You will often see the words “natural” and “organic” used on a variety of health and beauty products, and some people believe these words are interchangeable. Here’s how they’re different.While these words are often used synonymously, there are significant differences between organic products and natural products. If a product has “natural” on the label, it was produced by nature but is not necessarily “organic.” Natural beauty products may contain ingredients that are not 100% organic, and there are no regulations regarding use of the word “natural” as there are with the word “organic.” Natural products can contain chemicals, while organic products cannot. Organic strictly refers to product ingredients grown without pesticides, chemicals or artificial fertilizers.An organic product must have between 95-100% chemical-free ingredients, while a natural product usually is 50-70% chemical free. A label that reads “certified organic” means 95% of ingredients are organic while “made with organic ingredients” means at least 70% of ingredients are organic. Pretty crazy, no?