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Why Natural Skin Care Better?

Skin is your body’s largest organ and your protective barrier. However, that doesn’t mean it’s impervious or impenetrable. You need to be aware of what you’re exposing it to. If you put dangerous ingredients on your skin, they get into your body - exactly where you don’t want them. Consider all of the potential irritants that come in contact with your skin - chemical-laden personal hygiene products, fragrances,  city-treated water , deodorant; the list goes on and on. Abiding by an organic skin care routine and using natural skin care products will help your skin feel and look healthier than ever before. The Concern With Standard Skin Care Products The process of developing and putting a skin care product on the market is shrouded in mystery. You might think there are regulations in place to keep everyone honest but, believe it or not, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t need to approve what ingredients are added to personal care products. If a company says a

Everything About Natural Makeup

In recent years, natural makeup has become all the rage. People are caring more about what they put on their face and body. They’re studying labels, researching brands, and learning about potentially harmful substances found in traditional makeup . Consequently, people are turning toward more natural makeup like lipstick colored with fruit pigment. It’s also known as clean, green, ornontoxic makeup. In this article, we’ll explore the differences between natural and regular makeup. Natural vs. regular   The main difference between natural and regular makeup is the ingredients. Generally, makeup is called natural if it contains ingredients from natural sources . It usually has a minimal amount of altered or synthetic substances. Here are some ingredients you probably won’t find in natural makeup: Synthetic preservatives. Natural makeup doesn’t contain preservatives designed to increase shelf life. Artificial colorants. The bright colors of r

Best Foods for Healthy Skin

Nutrition is important for health. An unhealthy diet can damage your metabolism, cause weight gain, and even damage organs, such as your heart and liver. But what you eat also affects another organ - your skin . As scientists learn more about diet and the body, it’s increasingly clear that what you eat can significantly affect the health and aging of your skin. This article takes a look at best foods for keeping your skin healthy . Avocados Avocados are high in healthy fats. These fats benefit many functions in your body, including the health of your skin. Getting enough of these fats is essential to help keep skin flexible and moisturized. One study involving over 700 women found that a high intake of total fat - specifically the types of healthy fats found in  avocados  - was associated with more supple, springy skin. Preliminary evidence also shows that avocados contain compounds that may help protect your skin from sun damage. UV damage to your skin can cause