Add Moisture to your Skin using products without petrochemicals and oils that block pores only makes sense. What do you think? Today’s natural and organic scientists/researchers and formulators are constantly developing better natural alternatives to these above ingredients. Although we’ve used these, and psychologically professed that they’ve worked, it’s not altogether true. They may have shielded us from external toxins and debris and worked as a waterproof barrier but do not add or enhance our skin’s needs to become and remain healthy.
Heavy oils and certain butters, mineral oil and petroleum jelly can weigh down hair and block the pores of your skin, and block moisture just as build up and dirt does. Castor oil, Avocado, Olive or Coconut Oil can help carry oils and butters through your skin and the cuticle (outer layer) to the hair's cortex (inner layer) and help water to retain/attach to inner layer of skin. This is why it is usually recommended that you leave some water on your skin after bathing or showering before applying a cream or oil to your skin to lock in the moisture.
Check these out good people and leave your comments below. I want to try these for myself and leave a review in the near future.
Some New Natural Good Stuff on the Market for Skin Care
A newly natural alternative to petroleum jelly is Waxelene.
If you look up the properties and benefits of each ingredient you will see that this product seems genius!
Another new natural alternative product to cloggingheavy waxes and jellies (Vaseline andmineral oil) is Beeseline. Beeseline contains 100% natural and