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Should You Use Natural Beauty Products?

Many people want to know if they should to change to natural cosmetic products. Just like any other subject there are great arguments from manufacturers and doctors on both sides of this topic. Dr. Roberta Palestine, who did her schooling at the Mayo Clinic in dermatology stated, "Natural isn't always the best. Synthetic isn't always worse. Some natural plants likePoison Sumac are not good for you at all…a chemical is a chemical, what matters is your skin type." There are so many different cosmetic choices because there are so many skin types, if you take the time you can find one that fits your face.

It is very important to use the new makeup and only the new cosmetics when changing to natural products. The skin needs a certain period of time before it can transition, and this will only work if it has consistent applications from the new natural makeup. By doing this, the face only has to go through the adjustment period one time. If you are considering making the change, it is important to pay attention to the ingredients in a product that says it's all natural. Do some research before trying out a new skin care line to see if it is a trustworthy company that uses high quality ingredients and backs the goods they make. So should women make the switch? It's an issue of personal choice but if you think the beauty products you currently use are possibly harming your skin, at least consider it. Most ladies use the same makeup everyday when they leave the house. This can create parchedand irritated skin that most people don't realize. Ladies who apply a foundation make-up to smooth out the skin tone on their faces will dry out and irritate their skin so each day is a little worse. Women with sensitive skin should stay away from products with perfumes, mineral oil, formaldehyde, and alcohol. These chemicals will all dry out the skin and cause aggravation.

Women who are affected from allergies and not had their choices in make-up now have more options as more manufacturers come out with products that are gentle on the skin and hypoallergenic. It should be noted that "hypoallergenic" has no official medical definition, as it is still not determined what ingredients reduce allergies. Many females want to know if they are getting what they pay for when purchasing an organic makeup product. Just glance at the label on the back of the package, there will be a list of ingredients that you can compare to other products.

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