New natural skin care products are coming out all the time. I want to make you aware of some information about these products that you might not know. My goal is to help you become more informed consumers.
The packaging and fancy bottles are no surprise and are in fact a great sales strategy! That aside, quality research is sometimes sacrificed because of the time and money that goes into sales and marketing. In some cases, the product may not be new but just packaged in different packaging and the container may be fancier or brighter.

The processing of a product may be what makes it different from an earlier version of it. You can process the same ingredients in a different way and call them new. Calling a product natural is another thing. Be forewarned that a product may say it is natural when it's really been made with synthetic material that has naturally occurring substances in them.
These so called natural products may have very unsafe ingredients in them. For example, synthetic materials may have natural substance in them. It's the artificial chemicals, preservatives, and fillers that can damage your skin and put your health at risk. Companies may use animal fats including beef fat as fillers.

I think you should be told what ingredients to look for and to stay away from for your skin's health. These ingredients can put your general health at risk as well. I don't think we can be told often enough to learn to read product labels on anything we put on our body or in it.

You are smart and I am sure you might recognize the ends of words that usually indicate some kind of chemical such as alcohols. You might even recognize chemical names. Do avoid purchasing these products and if you have them at home get rid of them. These toxic ingredients and others are being linked to different kinds of cancer, depressive disorders, stress disorders and skin disorders. New information is coming out really fast these days. I think we would all benefit from paying attention to news reports or we can do searches online to keep informed.

Now, the news isn't all bad.
There is really good news about new natural skin care products. Reading the label is truly the best thing you can do for yourself. Do you want to know whether an ingredient you see on the label is safe? All you have to do is decide if the ingredient is safe to eat. If it is than it is safe to use on your skin. You are probably thinking that who'd want to eat this stuff? In case of an accident ingestion of these products occur, you will not be harmed.

There are two new substances that have been discovered and are in some of the best current natural skin care products. The first is Active Manuka Honey. It destroys bacteria on the skin and can heal infections. The Manuka bush is native to New Zealand and one species of bee feeds on this almost exclusively.

It has the following the following safe effects on the skin and your health.
It has antioxidants.
It in anti-inflammatory qualities for sensitive skin.
It's a great moisturizer.
It helps to stimulate your immune system.
The second new substance is called Cynergy TK. This a very unique substance.
It enables your body to rekindle its ability to re-grow collagen.
It also starts elastin re-growing.
It might help the body retain its moisture.
Other natural ingredients include an exotic kelp that is native to the Japanese Sea. It is called Phytessence Wakame.
It blocks an enzyme called Hyaluronidase that strips your skin of Hyaluronic Acid.
Hyaluronic acid holds collagen and elastin fibers together and makes skin more firm.
May help your skin to retain the skin's much needed moisture
Coenzyme Q10 is not something that can penetrate your skin easily. A nano emulsion form called Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 can.
It is a powerful antioxidant.
It goes deep into the skin: it goes as much as 7 layers deep.
It also helps to grow collagen and elastin.
Nano-lipobelle Q10, Phytessence Wakame and Cynergy TK together make the strongest skin care products now available. New natural skin care products with the ingredients will prove effective in treating you skin.



Isabella



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1 comments:

    alicia said...

    good information

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