Five Essential Natural Skincare Products
There are five natural skincare products that every person should have in their beauty routine no matter what. Ideally, you need to find the best natural beauty product in each category for your particular skin type so you have a collection of natural skincare products to fall back on, safe in the knowledge that your skin loves them.
Natural Moisturiser -- everyone needs to moisture; at least every evening but ideally every morning too. Oily skin types are best suited to lighter natural moisturisers, but they still require moisturising just as much as dry skin does!
Natural Cleanser – whether you prefer cleansing with a flannel or cotton wool, a good, solid natural skincare cleanser is an absolute essential for your beauty routine. Removing daily dirt, grime and make-up is something that, whilst fairly tedious, is absolutely necessary to keep your skin in top condition.
Natural Eye Make-up Remover – even if you don’t wear eye make-up, it’s still important to have this product in your beauty collection to keep your eye area clean. The skin around the eyes is incredibly delicate, so it’s a good idea to keep this product around for when you’ve been out and about.
Natural Serum – a great natural serum is formulated different to a moisturiser, containing smaller particles that find it easier to penetrate your skin. Using a natural skin serum daily under your natural skincare moisturiser is an absolute essential for healthy and glowing skin.
Natural Eye Cream - a lot of people make the mistake of using their skincare moisturiser as an eye cream. Facial creams are usually far too rich for the delicate skin around the eyes, so this skin struggles to absorb the rich cream resulting in a build-up on the surface with often shows as tiny white spots. Therefore, it’s really important to use specific skincare product formulated just for your eye area.
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The Best Skincare Regime for Patchy and Dry Skin
It is important to remember that your skin is an organ, and responds to the outward environment as well as what you put into your body. This means it may change, and may fluctuate between dry or sensitive.
If your skin has recently changed, try to figure out what might have caused the changes; have you started using different products? Not just on your face but on your hair or in the shower, as these products will inevitably touch your face at some point during use. Stress is another factor that can dramatically change your skin and cause it to react strangely, so whilst it’s important to get to the root of the problem, it’s also important to act quickly and treat accordingly.
It is likely that your skin is dehydrated which means it’s lacking water. This is common when hormonal changes occur (often brought on by stress) and is a skin condition rather than a skin type. You’ll need to adjust your skincare to include natural products that are still aimed at your original skin type, but also that will help put more water in to the skin. A quick solution for dry skin is to add a richer Natural Normal to Dry Moisturiser to your routine, or using a natural Antioxidant Moisturising Mask, to allow your skin to replace lost moisture.
Another cause may be that your skin lacks oil. Therefore, your skincare routine should focus on products for dry skin that don’t worsen the problem (so avoid anything that foams, unless it is soap free as this will further strip the skin). Search for natural cream-based cleansers and rich natural moisturisers. Your skin type would also benefit from regular exfoliation (gently working a warm flannel over your face in circular motions a few times a week would suffice).
The key to keeping dry skin happy is to give it what it wants; lots of moisture, care and TLC.
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