Palm-Coconut Oil Free Skin Care Line by Ceela
First Ceela also means Palm-Coconut Oil Free Skin Care for many reasons.
The "Vermont based" detergent manufacturer Seventh Generation tries to hide the use of coconut-palm oil by calling their detergents "plant derived." This Black-Rock/Unilever company has one of the more intensely cynical and effective campaigns using code language for guarding our environment in their advertising. This company calls their detergent "natural". And we know where the Lauric Acid used in Sodium Laurel Sulfate comes from: Coconut and Palm oil.
And we hear why a web blogger Fuffy does not like Palm/Coconut Oil:
I boycott Palm oil because of the animals. The Orangutans, the Rhinos, the Sumatran Tigers, the Sumatran Elephants, the Slow Loris, the Pygmy Tarsiers, and many more. This is part of my list of the Critically Endangered. It is horrendous what is done to these animals because they are considered to be pests... just for living in their own habitats.
I also can't stand that Southeast Asia is taking such a beating with THE HAZE created by the slash and burn methods of clearing land so more oil Palm trees can be planted.
I know it is not healthy as well and showing up in half of all products that are used on a daily basis. And it's hidden using over 300 ingredient names so most people don't know it's in the products that they buy.
Estimates range palm-coconut oil deforesttration have taken more than 80% of the homes of Orangutans.
While Ceela has an entirely Palm-Coconut oil free skin care line the US gobbles up Palm-Coconut Oils.
We in the US imported about 1.3 million tons of palm oil in 2015. In the supermarket this translates to about $40 billion dollars. We imported to the US about 400 thousand tons of coconut oil in 2015 . This translates to about $10 billion in the supermarket. Combined This makes the business worth almost $50 billion to American companies.
Palm-Coconut Oil Free Skin Care Supports Species Preservation
As noted, the Pygmy Tarsier falls within the endanger animal species affected by the palm/coconut deforestration. Another poignant reason for Palm and Coconut Oil Free Skin Care. Tasiers eat insects. They weigh about 2 ounces and are found only in Indonesia. This country factors seriously in the threat to Tarsiers. Therefore the Indonesians are largely responsible for the well-being of these creatures. We are answering the question of how valuable they are every day.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) places the slow loris on the endangerd species list.
The endangered species list contains this species. And certainly the extensive deforestration in South East Asia has had an impact on their homes. They weigh about half a pound. They are omnivores eating mainly gums and nectar; they also eat insects and snakes among other things. They have a venous bite that injects something similar to cat dander; some have died from anaphylaxis. Be nice to the next slow loris you meet. Some say they know the way to heaven and will take you if you are ready.
Palm-Coconut Oil Free Skin Care Means Our Suppliers Care Too
And we take our commitment to sustainable growth seriously. Any use of palm and coconut oils brings this into question. And we ask all our suppliers to commit to being non-GMO. When it comes to oils we know how important it is to be responsible so we come forward as entirely palm and coconut oil free skin care line. Even the Aussies have limited tropical oils such as palm.