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Finding the Best Skin Care Products for You I am sure that you will agree with me that product brands and heads-up packaging – backed by good advertising, is a characteristic behavior that most of us gets preyed on. And in the market today, there are a lot of skin care products, each claiming to be the solution to every skin care problem that makes it very appealing to consumers. And the skin care problems that these products can supposedly cure include dry skin, oily skin, acne, fine line, and any other skin ailments you might have. You can find them on shelves of every grocery store, pharmacy, department stores and are publicized extensively all over and in our different types of media. In truth, all these skin can products might be able to deliver on their claims; however, not all of them are safe to use because of the chemicals present in them; parabens which are used in preserving personal care products to stop fungus, bacteria, and other microbes from growing in your favorite creams and makeup. It also includes those additive or fillers, as the term goes are those binders that might trigger allergic reactions, irritation and can also form cancer causing compounds. Therefore, unless you know exactly what ingredients goes into the skin care products that you will be using or is already using, the initial outcome that they claim is irrelevant. Even those products that claims to be natural or products having natural ingredients in them. Legally, these products must have labels with the ingredients specified in descending order of their quantity. So when you read the list of ingredients, the greatest quantity is the first ingredient listed which is about 90 – 95 % of the mixture, next is 5 – 8% and finally 1-3 % for the remaining ingredients.
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Care should also be taken by consumers when they are reading the ingredients list when buying natural skin care products since there are those who classify chemical substances derived from a natural source as natural. Some of these ingredients have lost their natural components through processing inordinately despite having been extracted from a natural source. And it is not only parabens and fillers that fall under these ‘natural’ ingredients, there are also natural alternatives to chemical substances that are needed in natural skin care products like emollients and humectants that provides a barriers to help prevent dryness and protects the skin. But unlike the natural emollients, its synthetic version usually coats you skin and at times not allowing air to pass through your skin and causing irritation. Plant oil, shea, cocoa and jojoba butter are all natural emollients would be the better choice. Glycerin, lecithin, and panthenol or pro vitamin B5 are natural humectants which are used as additives to reduce the loss of skin moisture. The animal extracts like collagen, keratin, and elastin are arguable.A Simple Plan: Products