Let’s Examine The “All Natural” And “Organic” Skincare Market
There is much conflicting information being put out in the skincare products market and it is used by many companies to promote their products using terms such as “All Natural” or “Organic”, and it can be enough to make your head spin.
There are some in their marketing campaigns trying to convince you that their ingredients remain in a natural state when added to their formulas. But let’s see the reality of this claim.
FULL ARTICLE: Are ONATI Skin Care Products All Natural & Organic?
Preservatives Make Our Skin Care Products Safer
Despite the evidence to the contrary of a belief by some, that organic to completely natural creams and cleansers are best for us, is devoid of a real understanding of what they are actually putting on their skin. The truth of the matter is, they simply cannot withstand the touching of fingers, the temperature extremes in shipping, or handle the climate changes in a bathroom. This includes that false sense of security that is inferred that by keeping them in the refrigerator will maintain freshness, when in reality this does no more than prolonging a cream similar to that of raw produce. It all goes bad within a matter of days.
FULL ARTICLE: Are Preservative Needed Or Safe In Natural Skincare Products?
Essential Oils Versus Fragrance Oils In Skincare Products
We love the aroma of essential oils and we use them in our Grecian Secret Body Souffle which is our all over body care cream, yet is loved as a face care cream by women as well.
For women that tend to be fragrance sensitive and must avoid perfumes, they may also think a fragrance oil and an essential oil are one in the same thing, so we want to clarify their distinctive differences. Especially when essential oils are infused with a fragrance oil or vice versa to maximize their fragrance, including being used in many perfumes today.
FULL ARTICLE: Essential Oils Used In Skincare Are Not Fragrance Oils
Is It Even Possible To Shrink Large Pores?
Allow us to preface this answer; we believe, no matter your pore size, proper makeup and skincare will assist you with controlling this, but to also remember you are beautiful no matter what. Looking coiffed and smartly dressed will lift self esteem, and having some large pores on the face won’t even matter, much less be noticed by anyone else.
Dress shabbily, they notice the dress. Dress impeccably, they notice the woman ~ Coco Chanel
So with that we’ll get to the question at hand!
FULL ARTICLE: How To Shrink The Appearance Of Pores On The Face?
Answer: There are as many answers to this question as there are symptoms of acne. The short answer; it is an excess of oil on the face, whether it be through natural oil production or from adding oily products to the face which tend to be too heavy for the skin, whereby resulting in these benign breakouts. They don’t actually turn into a true pimple but the skin just feels bumpy all over as though you are about to have a major outbreak, but never do. They just kind of sit there and then finally recede.
FULL ARTICLE: What Causes Tiny Bumps Under The Skin On My Face?
Silicone Oils And Your Mineral Makeup Are Not Synergistic
We have had just a scant few women with an issue using their favorite moisturizer with our mineral makeup, and explain the problem, that the minerals are perfect when they leave the house in the morning, but by days end, seem to be sitting on top of the skin. They love our mineral makeup no matter the issue, but they would like to enjoy the benefits as other women have found with the minerals looking like natural flawless, healthy skin, lasting all day.
FULL ARTICLE: Mineral Makeup And Moisturizer Problem
Answer: All of our products work well for all skin types, but to define a specific skincare regimen, we highly recommend the very best facial care products for controlling oily skin and for improving the appearance of any sun damage, melasma, acne scarring, age spots, psoriasis or rosacea which accompany oily skin types.
We do have a skincare regimen designed specifically for those with oily skin.
FULL ARTICLE: What Is The Best Skincare Regimen For Oily Skin?