If you’re getting ready to go natural skin care shopping, I want to congratulate you. This means you understand that healthy, beautiful skin is not a cosmetic issue…it’s a health issue. However, you need to be aware that the term “natural” is used as a powerful marketing strategy. As such, it can be misleading if you don’t know what to look for. Please read on so that you’ll have the information you need to get the most out of your natural skin care shopping.
In order to make this is as simple as possible for you, I’ve summarized what you need to know in three short points.
1. The best natural skin care products will be free of synthetic chemicals.
Be on the look out for synthetic substances such as petrolatum, mineral oil, propylene glycol, trietholamine, glycerin, isopropyl myristate, dioxane, other alcohols and fragrances. These synthetic chemicals have NOTHING to do with supporting the underlying health of your skin. If you truly want to treat and heal your skin, products containing these artificial substances should be eliminated from your natural skin care shopping.
2. The best natural products will contain high concentrations of clinically-tested, bio-active ingredients.
This is probably the most important information you need to be aware of when shopping for natural products. “High concentrations” are the words you need to keep in mind.
High concentrations are indicated by the order in which the natural substances are listed. The most preferred ingredients appear at the beginning of the list. Substances such as natural vitamin E, Co Enzyme Q10, avocado, macadamia or grapeseed oils, Japanese sea kelp (phytessence wakame), active Manuka honey, shea butter, sheep wool extract ( Cynergy TK ) and others, indicate you’ve located a, truly, “natural” product.
Be aware that some companies include trace amounts of natural ingredients in order to justify calling their cream, “natural.” There are no benefits to be had from these tiny amounts.
3. The best natural products won’t be found at your favorite drug or department store.
Through my own indepth research I have learned that the best products won’t be found on the shelves of the stores where consumers usually do their natural skin care shopping. But this is good news, since you can sit in the comfort and convenience of your home and locate the products you need online and have them delivered to your front door.
This decision to market products online has made it possible for smaller skin care companies to invest heavily in research and development, quality control and personal customer support. So, not only is natural skin care shopping experience easy and convenient, but you end up with the highest quality products on the market.
So, now that you have the information you need to begin your natural skin care shopping, what’s your next step? Why not take what you’ve learned and use it find the natural products that will make significant improvements in the health and appearance of your skin?
You can begin by visiting my web site, where I have posted more important details about the best natural skincare products I, personally, use and recommend.