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Synthetic vs Organic
Taking care of the skin includes a range of practices that would ensure good health of the skin. These practices vary from good diet, avoiding unnecessary exposure to the sun to taking extra care of the skin to enhance its look by using cosmetics, exfoliation, fillers, peels, microdermabrasion, botulinum, retinol therapy and laser resurfacing.
But by using synthetic products, we expose the skin to harmful chemicals that are introduced into the synthetic skin care products such as the humectants, surfactants, emollients, emulsifiers and preservatives. On the other hand, natural skin care products use only topical lotions and creams that are available in nature and hence are the best to care for your facial skin. With the natural skin care products taking over the market, consumers’ preferences for these products have also shown considerable growth.
Taking Care of the Face
Keeping the facial skin beautiful and youthful, though, entails routine care of the skin. This could include cleaning the face, using moisturizers, toners, lotions and creams, exfoliating and protecting the skin from ultraviolet rays.
Most commercial face wash products contain chemical-laden emulsifiers or surfactants which can destroy the skin’s protective layer.
Make use of the organic-based products which are the best to take care of your facial skin. Use clay, which can draw out the toxins from your face and reduce inflammations. Chickpea flour is good for oily skin. Yogurt is a natural surfactant-free face cleaning agent and helps in removing the dead skin cells. You can also use mashed fruits or vegetables like papaya, avocados, mangoes, cucumbers and bananas to clean your face. Raw honey, with its antibacterial properties, is an extremely effective face cleaning agent.
A toner helps to keep the skin tissue firm, reduce the pore size and is an important step to be taken during the skin care routine. Using a toner after cleaning the face ensures that clean any residue cleansing agent is cleaned away thoroughly; using it before moisturizing the face ensures that the moisture is effectively applied on the face.
But many of the toners contain alcohol, artificial fragrances and other harmful ingredients. Use natural toners so that your face gets the maximum benefit. Some of the natural toners that can be used are – apple cider vinegar, to keep the skin clear and witch hazel which is a natural astringent.
Moisturizers should be humectants, those which draw moisture into the skin; emollient, that which preserves the moisture in the skin; and lubricating, which lays a protective lipid layer on the skin.
Everything that our skin needs for moisturizing have been provided in nature and can be found in abundance around us in the natural state – Vitamin E for regeneration of skin cells, Vitamin A and Vitamin C to slow down the process of aging and Omega 3 acids to strengthen the skin cells and prevent acne. Other natural ingredients that we can use as moisturizers are Aloe vera, coconut oil and olive oil.
Exfoliate your face regularly but not too often. This will help in the removal of the top layer of dead cells and prevent clogged pores. Sugar, baking soda, sea salt, oatmeal, kefir and honey make good scrubs for exfoliating the facial skin.
Last but not the least; protect your face from the harsh rays of the sun which is one of the prime causes for premature ageing of the skin. Always protect your skin with a sunscreen especially during mid-day. Olive oil serves as a good sunscreen. The antioxidant properties of olive oil protect the skin from premature ageing. Vitamin E present in olive oils also protects the facial skin from the ultraviolet sun rays. In tropical countries, where coconuts are found in abundance, its oil is used to protect the skin from the harmful rays of the sun.
Go Organic for the Face
Most of us use facial skin care products on a daily basis, and in the process, continuously expose the sensitive skin to the hazardous effects of the chemical laden moisturizers that we buy from the market. In contrast, organic products, designed specifically for the sensitive facial skin, can be applied on the face without any second thoughts and keep our skin smooth and soft. Organic products are the best to care for your facial skin. So next time you are using synthetic products, think twice and then go organic.
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