Organic skin care products have gained a lot of popularity over the last few years. It’s simply better for you, the consumer. Also, the natural ingredients found in organic skin care products are much more effective in treating your skin. Because it’s more natural, organic products are less likely to cause allergic reactions.
Organic products are typically formulated using only all natural ingredients i.e. without any synthetic chemicals or toxic materials with questionable environmental safety! Organic skin care is naturally RICH. The first general rule that applies to organic skin care as opposed to regular skin care is that if you can’t eat it, don’t apply it to your skin! Organic skin care products contain NO added fragrances, colors, preservatives or artificial ingredients, so if you have sensitivities, allergies or you’re prone to allergies, organic skin care products can be your best solution.
I’ve talked about my personal philosophy about waste skincare routine and how organic products tend to work better for the skin. You should look for the ingredients mentioned above when shopping for an organic skin care product. It’s also important to read the label to make sure there are no hidden harmful chemicals in your product. Remember to avoid buying from small farmers and craftspeople who don’t employ effective and safe practices. I personally prefer U.S. organic products, but they vary from company to company, so do your due diligence and research as much as possible before buying.
The most effective organic ingredients are antioxidants like Vitamins A, C & E and Coenzyme Q10. Other organic skin care products include Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Maracuja passion fruit extract and others. You can use any or all of these ingredients. One good idea is to mix one or more of them with your regular skin care products and apply them a few times a week for great results. These ingredients will repair your skin from the inside out, so you’ll look better and feel great.
Another part of an effective organic skin care routine includes cleansing and toning. Cleansing is a step in your beauty routine because it removes dead skin cells and pollutants from your face and body. Toning is also a vital step in your beauty routine. It tones your epidermis to make it look firmer and tight and helps eliminate blemishes and wrinkles by exfoliating your skin so it’s nice and smooth looking again. To do this, look for products that contain Vitamin A, Vitamin C & E or a combination of them and other antioxidants.
You may not think anything about the packaging of your beauty products, but it’s important. There are many companies that use harmful chemicals in their skin care products. The most popular type of chemicals used by companies is parabens. Unfortunately they have been linked to cancer and a host of other health problems. Reading the label on the back of the bottle on the product you buy is a good way to ensure you’re buying a truly organic product.