19 Apr

ImageThe expert in everything was once a beginner. Your body is precious and you need to treat it with care. I would like to share some knowledge about moisturizers so that you become expert in your dry skin problems. One thing  you need to know about skin is that more you use dry skin lotions more your skin gets drier. Reason being emulsifiers, binding agents that allow oil and water to mix in moisturizers and lotions, leave a residue on the skin that disrupts your skin’s lipid barrier, allowing water to evaporate from the skin faster. “Knowledge is power”, if you use skin products without any knowledge you might expose your skin to dozens of unregulated and untested chemicals that are ingredients in them.

Some of the best moisturizers for dry skin are:

Grapeseed Oil: Grapeseed oil comes from the seeds of pressed grapes and is a by-product of winemaking. It is especially good for thin skin around your eyes and neck. It is capable of reducing even fine lines. This oil is also high in vitamin C which brightens your Imageskin.

Olive Oil: This is a great option if you really have dry skin. It provides intense moisture to your skin. The best part is it is rich in antioxidants and helps fighting free radicals created by exposure to sunlight.

Sunflower Oil: In addition to being a good moisturizer it makes a good massage oil as well because it is thinner and more slipperyImage than some of the other cooking oils you can use.  It also absorbs into skin more quickly.

I hope after reading this you have some good options for extremely dry skin over unregulated and untested chemicals that you use in form of face cream for dry skin. Not all the lotions are bad, some companies provide you quality products but you must be competent to check their ingredients.

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Posted by on April 19, 2014 in Health, skin care


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