Table Of Contents
An Insiders Guide to Natural Skin Care
Benefits of Natural Beauty Secrets
Discover the Truth about All Natural Beauty
Discover the Truth about Raw Natural Beauty
How to Choose the Right Skin Care Products
Natural Beauty Tips to Help You Look Your Best
Proven Techniques for Natural Health and Beauty
The Benefits of Professional Skin Care
The Professionals Guide to Sensitive Skin Care
Where to Find the Latest Skin Care Information
An Insiders Guide to Natural Skin Care
Case Study – Hydroderm vs Other Skin Care
Discover the Truth About All Natural Health and Beauty Products
Discover Tips About Natural Beauty Products
Learn How to Make Natural Beauty Products at Home
Proven Skin Care Tips to Keep You Looking Young
Simple Safe Acne Anti Aging Skin Care
The Best Natural Beauty Recipes
What You Need to Know About Organic Skin Care
Why You Should Try All Natural Skin Care Products
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An Insiders Guide To Natural Skin Care
Natural skin care products may be the answer if you are concerned about the chemicals in most commercial cosmetic products. Some of these chemicals may be toxic enough to actually accelerate the aging process, which is the opposite of what you are trying to accomplish with your skin care. Even in these days of increased regulation and consumer watchdog groups, there are a number of new products introduced each year that still contain damaging chemicals.
Almost nine hundred toxic chemicals have been found in commercial cosmetic products by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. The Cancer Coalition has stated that cosmetic and personal care products pose a higher threat of cancer than even smoking cigarettes. Compounding the problem is the vast amount of incorrect information distributed by marketing departments to attract new customers.
Everything that you put on the surface of your skin is absorbed into the pores and gets into the bloodstream. The circulation of the blood distributes the toxins throughout the entire body, causing damage to internal organs as well as the skin. Since all of these products enter your body, you should analyze the labels on your cosmetic products the same way you would with labels on food. Of course, choosing only natural skin care products eliminates the problem of toxins altogether.
Once the toxins get into your bloodstream, it forces your body to work much harder than usual in an effort to get rid of them. The liver is responsible for most of this clean up, but it can only handle so much before health problems will set in. The liver is a key part of the body’s immune system and should be treated with care. Liver problems can cause major health issues such as auto-immune diseases, asthma, continual infections, and allergies.
Using natural ingredients can avoid these toxicity problems. The body recognizes natural skin care products as organic matter to be processed, not as a toxic threat that must be eliminated. Many of these products are made out of plant matter which contains the same basic vitamins and minerals as the ones already present in our bodies. Synthetic chemicals may be seen by the body as toxic and the immune system will react against them.
You can exfoliate with a gentle material such as crushed oatmeal, table sugar, or baking soda. Make exfoliating a regular part of your daily skin care routine and you will see much more life and bounce in your appearance. Other natural substances that may be useful for skin care include honey, egg whites, olive oil, bananas, and avocado. Be creative and use of some of the common items you have in your kitchen to give you softer, smoother skin.
How do you know which natural skin care products are actually safe? Some products are labeled as “100% natural” when they still contain chemicals and toxins. The only way to be completely sure is to look at the list of ingredients on the package. Dyes, fragrances, and synthetic preservatives can all be found in these “natural” skin care products.Other Details
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