Do you know how good your food or beauty products are for you? Try this application.

When it comes to finding the best products for our bodies, it can be tough to know where to start. Luckily, there is a new application that can help us find the right products for our individual needs. Yuka is an app that uses a scanner to read product barcodes and then provides information on how good the product is for you to consume or for your body. With Yuka, you can easily determine which products are worth trying and which ones to avoid. So if you’re looking for a simple way to find the best-for-you products, be sure to check out Yuka!

What I like is this app is not influenced by brands, and if you would like information on a product, you can ask, and they will do the research for you on how good or harmful it is for you.

Evaluate the quality of your foods

Do you know what you’re buying? Yuka does! Yuka scans and analyzes labels in the blink of an eye so you can learn which products are good for you and which ones you should avoid.

Check the quality of your cosmetics!

Endocrine disruptors, carcinogens, allergens, or irritants: cosmetic products, too, contain ingredients that hold unpleasant surprises. With Yuka, you can discover the health impact of all your personal care products.

I recommend you try this app and scan a couple of products you have in your home. It’s amazing how, when you scan beauty products, it shows you the ingredients, why they may be harmful, and the degree of risk on your skin or body. When you scan food it will show you the amounts of energy, sugar, additives, and ingredients and color rating them for indications. I believe the more we know what is harmful in products or what products are good for our bodies, the better we will choose what we put into or on our bodies in the future. This could also be helpful to people who are trying to avoid certain things due to allergies or to better their weight and consumption of Curtin ingredients.

I think it’s fun being there are so many products that are similar. For example, I wanted vegan burgers the other day, and there were 3 different kinds to choose from. I scanned each, and out of the 3, only one was excellent quality the other 2 were poor. Wouldn’t you want to buy the one that is better for you in the long run? This app checks off all boxes for me.