As beauty bibles go, the list of natural ingredients found in skin care products is complete from A to Z. As a first-time user, you might find it all overwhelming and confusing. Well, it should not be. We narrowed down the options so choosing does not have to be a chore for you.
Check out these four ingredients that are originally found in nature and have now made their way into skin care goodies. We’ve got you covered in all areas, from hair to face to the skin between your toes.
Green tea is good for your skin. Sure, you've heard that before, right? But did you know you can get the same kick from using it on your hair as from drinking it in the morning? Find a conditioner that contains this ingredient to keep your mane fresh and alive after waking up.
Then, move to your face and apply some green tea love on your skin. This antioxidant can be used to spot-treat acne and heal blemishes fast. You'll love it more if you score a green tea facial wash that unclogs your pores and clears your blackheads.
By now you've probably become familiar with the moisturizing effect of coconut oil on your skin and hair and even inside your body. Its volumizing power should not also be cast aside. But what gets less talked about is the strengthening quality of coconut oil on every hair strand. It prevents breakage by fighting dryness and damage. That means: Goodbye, hair fall!
Coconut oil penetrates the roots, so you are sure that it's got your strands covered. Aside from using it to treat your crowning glory, you should consider having it with you all day. You can buy a hair spray to spritz on your hair to keep frizz and dryness at bay.
You may not have heard of it, but this natural ingredient from the Philippines is found no less than in the facial skin rejuvenation product of Chanel. Yes, that Chanel.
But first, get acquainted with Manila Elemi.
This essential oil is derived from a resin found in the bark of pili tree. Pili is a tropical tree that bears nuts, which in turn are made into various food products. Manila elemi has many therapeutic properties such as analgesic, antiseptic, expectorant, and tonic. It isn't just good on your skin; it also works wonders on your mood. It's found in a renowned fragrance brand's formula for fighting aging as well. So versatile!
Sodium is famous for its healing properties. It is said that soaking in the Dead Sea, where the concentration of salt is just high, can take away your most persistent skin condition. This nature's miracle is being replicated and made more accessible to people who 1) cannot live by the sea and 2) need an effective solution for their skin issues.
Make sure to have some salt scrub included in your routine. These tiny beads pack a punch as they cleanse pores deeply and stop the growth of bacteria. They also have a balancing effect on your skin's oil production.
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