You may change your clothes, turn your hair from curly to straight or vice versa, but one thing that you will always carry, no matter how styles change, is your skin. A supple, radiant complexion is without a doubt the best accessory in a woman. But over the years, the harsh weather, UV rays, and bad diet, don’t reflect well on our skin, so it’s normal that it starts to slowly lose its youthful glow and elasticity.
Today, many make up and cream manufacturers are well aware of this predicament of ageing and try their best to sell us products which are supposed to work “miraculously” on our skin. However, most of the time it’s fake advertising that not only fails to improve your complexion, but can in fact make it worse. Companies can put whatever they want in their products, including dangerous chemicals, ingredients that haven’t been tested yet, irritants, or unnecessary fillers. The result can be a dried out skin, redness, or breakouts.
Luckily, similar to the organic trend in food, there’s also a growing trend in beauty products – organic face care. Free of any potential side effects, organic face care products employ the goodness of mother nature to make our skin not only look healthier but also feel healthier. Most of you forget that our skin is an organ, and as such there’s no better way to take care of it than using 100% natural products which nourish it with all the important vitamins it needs.
But the best thing about organic face care is that you always know what you put on your skin, No more worrying about ingredients you can’t even pronounce or whether the product has been tested. These amazing gifts of nature have been around for as long as mankind. Remember Cleopatra, one of history’s most famous seductresses? Well, the secret to her flawless complexion was as simple as using almond oil. And essential oils like almond, are the most essential part of organic face care. Be it acne, scarring, blemishes, or wrinkles – there’s the proper oil out there for any skin problem.
Suffering from extremely dry and damaged skin? Rosehip oil is nature’s repair solution, rich in essentially fatty acids and vitamin A and C which hydrate the skin and speed up cell regeneration. On the other hand, if you’re having problems with fatty, acne-prone skin, don’t let people dissuade you from using the benefits of essential oils. For instance, regular use of Geranium oil balances out the sebum produced by the skin and supports the normal work of sebaceous glands which in turn helps prevent outbreaks.
Organic care products in combination with a healthy organic diet can help you achieve better results than any abrasive chemical treatment can. The only thing you need to do is get to know your skin inside and out, don’t get swayed by marketing and do some research on how various natural ingredients can help.