Organic Antiaging Skin Care products

Today’s vibrant and confident women embrace their maturity with love, grace, and care; a beauty secret that goes far beyond any cosmetics. She stands behind her age and frees herself from the dictates of a youth-obsessed society. Genuine beauty has no seasons; it merely comes in many different looks and shapes. Happy Aging instead of fighting aging is the key that keeps us healthy, beautiful and vibrant. As a woman discovers her true essence and authentic beauty, she accentuates and enhances her looks with a positive attitude, and a wholesome natural beauty strategy. If you have allergy-prone or hypersensitive skin, always review ingredients before applying any products, consult with your health or beauty professional for guidance as needed.

Regular body care is essential for good health and well-being. However, frequent showers and bathing can deplete and especially facial skin is very thin and more sensitive to irritants and allergens then the rest of the body. If it is treated with poorly formulated skin products that contain harsh and inferior ingredients, this can damage the skin's protective barrier, leaving your face more vulnerable to dryness, irritations and accelerated aging.

Top-quality, organic face and skin care products that brings out the natural beauty on the body with shine and glow. But that should be made with predominantly certified organic ingredients - Free of mineral oils, synthetic preservatives. Use this body lotion to sooth, moisturize and protect. High-quality natural ingredients that come predominantly from certified organic sources, made without the use of mineral oils or synthetic preservatives and colorants.

We are part of nature’s life and our health and beauty is deeply interconnected with the health and beauty of our environment. While modern society has brought many achievements for our lives it has also flooded the world with a wide array of man made chemicals and other pollutants that not only challenges our environment but increasingly our health as well. The food we choose to eat, as well as the products we select to use, will affect our health and quality of life. When choosing skin care products, we also have to consider that everything we apply on our skin will most likely enter our body.

Unfortunately, most mainstream cosmetic products are compromised with mineral oils, synthetic preservatives and other highly processed and contaminated ingredients that are not skin-friendly nor have they fostering or curing qualities. Over time, as the skin tries to manage with these foreign substances, it becomes overburdened and weak. As a result the skin becomes more susceptible to damage by free radicals, dryness and sensitivities as well as a host of other problems, all of which may well affect our health and accelerate the aging process.

We have only one body - it makes sense to care for it wisely. With today's numerous environmental challenges affecting the health and beauty of our environment and increasingly our health and beauty as well, it is of great importance to select the products and plan to use them carefully. By shopping for high quality genuine natural skin care products made with organic ingredients, this will ensure that you receive natural cares that are good for your body and your skin. Some of ingredients that are more dangerous to the skin are given below.

Ethyl Acetate - This is a highly toxic chemical and is used in cosmetics. This is also used in paint remover products, including nail polish remover. Do not put this ingredient on your body, especially your face.

Hydroquinone - This ingredient is commonly used in skin whitening products. and is a highly toxic chemical. Hydroquinone is a well known carcinogen and is known as a liver, blood, lung and respiratory, reproductive organ and skin toxicant.

Triethanolamine (TEA) - Often used in cosmetics to adjust the pH, and used with many fatty acids to convert acid to salt (stearate), which then becomes the base for a cleanser. TEA causes allergic reactions including eye problems, dryness of hair and skin, and could be toxic if absorbed into the body over a long period of time

Alcohol - Alcohol is a free radical and can cause dryness and flaking of the skin. Also very drying and are known to cause allergeric reactions and skin irritation.

Petrolatum - Petrolatum is mineral oil jelly, and mineral oil causes a lot of problems when used on the skin-it can produce photosensitivity (i.e., promotes sun damage), and it tends to interfere with the body's own natural moisturizing mechanism, leading to dry skin and chapping, hence creating what the product is intended to prevent.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate - This synthetic substance(mineral oil) is used in shampoos for its detergent and foam-building abilities. It causes eye irritations, skin rashes, hair loss, scalp scurf similar to dandruff, and allergic reactions.

Top Comments

I made an observation yseaerdty. You know how your parents always tell you to take a shower every day and wash your face to stay clean and healthy. Well it is true, but I noticed that whenever most people wash there face that have acne break out or for that matter have pimples. Like if you worked out really hard and sweated and didn't wash your face for a couple of days or more your face actually starts to clear up! So I did a little research on Sebum. I found out that Sebum forms part of oil that coats the skin. Sweat, lipids and environmental dirt are other ingredients of the oil on the skin. This oil protects skin from BACTERIAL INFECTION(ACNE!). It also reduces the natural water loss from the skin(WRINKLES). I thought to myself WOW!! Could it be that were actually causing our own problems!! I realized then that washing your face actually washes away the good oil(sebum) and causes more sebum to come back even more.. but after that wash of the face you remove that skin protection!I asked my wife who has beautiful clear skin without ever getting acne if she ever washed her face or put anything on it. She told me that she never puts anything on her face and never washes her face with water. The only time it gets wet is maby from washing her hair or from going swimming in the lake. I am pretty convinved that peoples own sebum might actually be the cure for our acne. If we keep washing our face we are removing that protective oil on our skin, then it comes back even more oily and aggravates the bacteria that has formed because of the last washing of the face wich removed that sebum protection.Ok then why does the pores get blocked?
by Amedeo     06-Aug-2012

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