Meaningful Skincare – How To Select the Best Possible Product On The Market Today
I have to confess that I am one of the many people who have had skin irritation and redness caused by a chemically laden skincare product. If I had known more about meaningful skincare at the time, I might not have fallen into the trap.
I am just part of the vast silent majority of people that have had this experience. This fact is mentioned by the FDA. They are basically warning people that unless they read the ingredients list very carefully, they may end up with a red face, in more ways than one!
If I had known then what I know now, then I would have been much more savvy. For example I now know that the only truly meaningful skincare is the one which actually gets to work on skin cell renewal and can nourish and protect my skin in the long term. That means my skin is less likely to suffer the ravages of time because I have laid the foundations by using skincare products which actually do what they are supposed to do. My skin will be protected and my overall health is not going to suffer.
Basically we want products that are as bio available for our skin as possible. That is not so easy in to-day’s cosmetic world. For example a fragrance may be made up of any number of the 3,500 synthetic chemicals which can cause migraines, asthma and allergies. There is nothing natural or bio available about that kind of ingredient. The same goes for the parabens, mineral oils, dioxane, formaldehyde releasing agents, SLS and so on. They are all doubtful ingredients and will never address the problem of solving our skincare problems in the long term.
Compare these with ingredients like avocado oil, phytessenece wakame, grapeseed oil, extrapone nutgrass and so on. All these are serving a specific purpose and are totally skin friendly. They can boost collagen,moisturize without clogging our pores, reinforce HA and above all contribute to the skin cell renewal process. This is how you select the best product on the market to-day. You simply exclude any doubtful ingredients and go for the natural organic ones. Now that is meaningful skincare for me.
I have actually researched some more of the ingredients which will never harm your health on my website. I know that this particular company offers a six month guarantee. Now how many companies do you know who do that?