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February 11, 2020
With harried lives owing to high stress jobs, pollution, increasing competition, and other such factors, the need for a healthy lifestyle and a best skincare routine are undeniable. The need to look and feel good is more pronounced today and shopping for the products with high quality ingredients can be quite a strain. The choices in the market today must be carefully evaluated such that the products do not fix one problem, while creating another – evaluate your choices carefully and ensure that only high quality skincare products find a place in your home.
Flawless and Naturally Healthy Skin
Natural beauty starts with a smooth, supple, healthy, and glowing skin – tight pores, no blemishes, and just pure radiance. Minor imperfections can easily be managed with care and high quality natural skincare products – to give you skin that glows with health. Of course, skincare depends on the individual using it and would differ from person to person, which makes choosing the right skincare products an even tougher task.
Trusting chic packaging, flowery words, and topline marketing is not wise with regard to health, skincare included. Brands will put out all the right words but it is important for users to know the ingredients and choose what would work best for them. A clear understanding would not only result in getting you the healthy skin you want, but will also save you a lot of time, money, and possible skin problems.
High Quality Skincare Products would contain:
These are set of natural and synthetic ingredients added to protect the skin against environmental damage and irritants such as free radicals. The most popular antioxidants are Vitamins A (retinols), E and C, niacinamide (form of Vitamin B3), green tea, lycopene, and others.
An emollient is an agent that aids the skin to retain natural moisture leaving it feeling soft and soothed. Plant oils, mineral oils, shea and cocoa butters, and fatty acids are all natural emollients and lend the creamy and silky texture to skincare products that will work wonders for your skin.
Plant extracts that are fragrant and contain anti-ageing and healing properties through aroma can irritate the skin if applied directly. When essential oils are combined with fatty oils such as jojoba, they have a smoothening effect. Essential oils such as lavender stimulate the body to produce antioxidants, while frankincense oil has astringent properties.
When choosing products – for example a body lotion – ensure that it contains peptides (help skin to produce collagen), ceramides (lock in the natural moisture of skin), sodium pyroglutamic acid (prevents skin from drying), essential fatty acids (preventing skin abnormalities and breakouts), glycerine, Vitamins A, C, and E, and a number of antioxidants.
In addition, ensure that the company follows good manufacturing practices (GMP), which would include consistency in production, while ensure minimal contamination risk during the manufacturing process. The company would have a facility with clean working area, sanitized equipment and personal hygiene of those handling the products, protective clothing, properly labeled raw materials, accurate records, and meticulous manufacturing documentation.
As a consumer, we understand that all you want is for your skincare product to work for you. While the words on the labels are important, they may not always be understood unless you have a grasp on what the main ingredients mentioned actually do, and what the products would achieve for your skin. When you understand what the ingredients do, you will save yourself a lot of trouble, time, and money. Eventually, you as the consumer must feel confident and empowered to analyze and judge the ingredients meant for your skin.
March 16, 2020