Is it possible to go 100% natural and attain a sparkling skin glow? With natural skin care, it is certain. Unfortunately it takes too long for most people to figure out that good looking skin is best guaranteed in natural skin care. We just came across five tried, tested and proven tips that ensure you achieve a gentle beauty regimen.
· Refrain from Heavy-duty Cleansers – Kitchen pots and pans require thorough scrubbing to become squeaky clean. Leading dermatologists argue that it is inadvisable to borrow this principle and apply it to your skin. Instead go for mild cleansers which are free of detergents such as gels, milk, cloths or foams. Check out the ingredient labels on your products to find out whether they contain gentle surfactants derived from plants.
· Avoid Using Toners – At the onset toners were invented for restoring your skins natural pH after a wash-down with detergent alkaline soap.
· Ensure your Acid-laced products are pH balanced – Once your pH augers well with a product is when you can use it. Sebum and makeup are gently removed without stripping off natural oils. When selecting the right cleansers narrow your search on those that contain lactic acids, glycolic and exfoliators. Those with low pH can result in skin dryness so beware.
· Go for the Fragrance-free products – Allergic reactions on your skin are mostly brought about by skin-care complications. Go for fragrance free products if it happens that you are skin sensitive. Those marked unscented actually have low amounts in fragrance to keep off active ingredient odors.
· Go For Multitasking Moisturizers – The best day creams should deliver on skin protection and skin hydration. Only go for plant based moisturizers that comprise of natural oils, essential fatty acids and butters. The natural materials penetrate your skin much better than the artificially made emollients such as petroleum. Natural products may also contain antioxidants that might contain important compounds such as bioflavonoids as well as other beneficial material absent in man-made versions. Artificial products may contain some irritating compounds such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide.