How many people really know what they are using on their skin? For this reason, I have learnt to choose natural and organic skin care for the last few years. Not only should you know what you are putting into your body, you should know what you are using on your skin.
A simple rule of thumb is: If you can’t pronounce most of the ingredients then it may be too complex for what your skin actually needs. Skin care that uses these types of formulations are full of fillers, coloring, preservatives, and chemicals that are not beneficial for your skin and come with a high price where the consumer is paying for the filler more so than the active ingredients. This led many to choose natural and organic skin care for better value for money.
These types of ingredients are only needed to fill up the bottle and make it appealing to smell or touch. Sometimes these skin care products will contain multiple active ingredients but in order to formulate these ingredients, it requires that other ingredients be added. You end up paying for something your skin cannot use. The cheaper ingredients are filling up the bottle. Natural skin products tend to contain plants, fruits and natural ingredients that are recognizable. From what I learned from my friend in the insurance lead generation business, I was told to watch the labels and choose products with skin healthy formulations where the active ingredients are 80% of the ingredients.
If your skin care is really working, your skin will improve and you will not want to put makeup on it if you don’t have to. Most skin problems are correctable to a large degree. You should be able to go out feeling confident that your skin is at its best (with minimal makeup) no matter what how old you are. Also, by using makeup less, you are giving your skin more time to repair and restore itself without the interruption of other product chemicals on your skin. Perhaps, it’s time to consider natural and organic skin care for the better of your skin health.