Important Tips on How to Get A Flawless Look Using Organic Natural Skin Care

Healthy clear beautiful skin is not achieved just by putting skin care products on your skin. You could use the best organic products and still struggle with issues with your skin. It is important to use organic products as opposed to skin care with synthetic chemical ingredients. Too often the reason you might be experiencing skin problems like blemishes, dry skin, wrinkles, irritation, infection and other issues can be traced to the skin care you are using. There are reactions to chemical ingredients that are not often recognized as the source. Using organic natural products will not harm your skin or your health.

Creating flawless looking skin is best achieved naturally. When you have naturally beautiful skin you achieve better overall health as well. Naturally flawless skin is also dependent on how healthy you are internally. The symptoms from nutritional imbalance can show up as skin problems. Stress and emotional problems also can effect your skin. For naturally flawless looking skin you have to be conscious about your diet. Eating a healthy balanced diet is key to beautiful skin and is as much of a factor as what you put on your skin. Avoiding foods with synthetic ingredients, chemicals, preservatives and other potentially toxic ingredients is important for the condition of your skin. Highly processed, refined foods don’t offer much good nutrition and often also cause skin problems because of the sugars, salts and bad fats they contain. Eating lots of fresh organic fruits, vegetables and whole grains will give you balance and support your efforts to care for your skin.

Natural Organic Antioxidants Are a Must for Flawless Skin

The bottom line for your general health and the look and health of your skin is dependent on a consistent flow of antioxidant rich foods and skin care products. Free radicals are constantly attacking your skin cells, the way to fight back and keep these free radicals under control and minimize their negative consequences is with lots of antioxidants. Using organic skin care products that are high in antioxidants can help to keep not only skin cancer away, but also to avoid many common skin diseases, like rosacia, dermatitis, hives, infections, psoriasis, eczema etc. Antioxidants are one of our best aids in combating the negative effects of environmental toxicity. You are surrounded by toxins in the air, water and in the materials you are exposed to. The entry point into your body in through your skin. If you are adequately loaded up with antioxidants in both your skin and internally you can combat the effects of environmental toxins.

Choosing the Right Skin Care Products

Organic

There are a vast amount of products called natural skin care. It is important to beware of the term “natural”. This term is used very loosely, it no longer means products labeled natural don’t have preservatives, synthetic or chemical ingredients.

Organic is a much stronger term for knowing that a product is pure and free of toxic ingredients. When choosing organic skin care, it is still important to read the label and see what the ingredients are. There are some organic products that contain ingredients that although they are organic and from a source in nature they are not ultimately great for your skin. Do your home work. Also not all organic products are antioxidant rich. Botanical skin care ingredients from plants, fruits, nuts and other sources know for high antioxidant content are what you want to look for. For instance there are many plants and fruits that grow in the rainforest that are being used in organic skin care products because they are so high in antioxidants.

The Camu berry from the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest is an example, Acai berry, grapefruit, and countless other high antioxidant fruits are used in organic natural skin care. Look around do some research and educate yourself, then try some products, experiment. A good organic skin care product should offer a satisfaction guarantee so you can try the products risk free. Look for products online and through direct sales from someone you can connect with personally and get on going support.

Naturally flawless healthy skin is possible for you.

Complete Men’s Skin Care & Shaving Ingredient List Part 1

Acrylates/C10-30, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer – A film forming agent that produces excellent water binding properties. Used as a moisturizing agent.

Avobenzone (2%) – Used in sunscreen and sun block products. Doubles or triples their UVA protection. Avobenzone and Zinc Oxide are the only 2 sunscreens approved for broad spectrum protection.

Agave Tequilana Leaf Extact (Blue Agave) – A moisturizing agent derived from the Blue Agave plant. Ancient cultures have known about it’s great moisturizing properties for centuries.

Akyl Acrylate – A film forming agent that grabs moisture from the air and disperses it into the skin.

Alcohol (Denatured) – Also known as SD (Specially Denatured) Alcohol. Used in many skin toners to help break the surface tension of oils and make them easier to be removed from the skin.

Aleurities Moluccana (Kukui) Seed Oil – A moisturizing and skin soothing oil derived from the Candle Nut Tree. Mainly Exported from Hawaii but also found in other tropical regions.

Algae Extract – Am extract derived from Algae. Algae has been used for it’s skin healing properties for years. Scientists have recently that found that Algae contains many antioxidants that are easily absorbed into the skin to be in algae.

Alkyl Benzoate – is an emollient Ester that provides the skin with light conditioning and leaves the skin feeling silky soft. Alkyl Benzoate is great for men with sensitive skin.

Allantoin – is a by product of Uric Acid that is known to be a great anti skin irritant. Allantoin is a great ingredient for men who’s skin is sensitive or easily irritated.

Almond Oil (Sweet) – is an oil extracted from Almond Seed. It is considered a non-Volatile oil. It is used as a moisturizer and has great skin softening properties.

Aloe Vera – Known for years to have powerful Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Bacterial properties. Aloe Vera also contains a large amount of antioxidants and also a water binding agent that helps pull ambient moisture from the air onto your skin. A must have ingredient to help treat sunburns.

Alumina (Aluminum Oxide) – is used in skin care products as a thickening agent and also as an absorbent to help other ingredients be absorbed into the skin.

Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract (Chamomile) – a potent anti-Inflammatory for the skin. Also has strong anti microbial properties. Is considered an essential oil and is derived from the Chamomilla recutita Plant.

Apricot Kernel Oil – is a plant oil pressed from the seeds of the apricot fruit. It is a non fragrant plant oil and is used as a moisturizer in many Men’s skin care products.

Artemisia Vulgaris Extract (mugwort extract) – An Anti Inflammatory for the skin.

Ascorbic Acid – A form of Vitamin C that is known for its Antioxidant properties.

Ascorbyl Palmitate – is the Stable and non acidic form of vitamin C that is known for it’s Antioxidant properties.

Avena Sativa Kernel Extract (Oat) – Is an extract derived from the Oat Plant. Avena Sativa Extract has strong Anti Irritant and Anti Inflammatory properties.

Avobenzone 3% – is a synthetic ingredient that is used as a sunscreen and sunblock. It is also known by the names Parsol 1789 and butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane.

Avocado Oil – Is an emollient and also a non fragrant oil. It is used in skin care products for its moisturizing properties and its antioxidant qualities.

Azeloglicina – A Chemical compound that is known to moisturize the skin. It is also used as a an anit ance treatment in a variety on men’s skin care products.

Azulene – an extract from Chamomile used mostly as a natural coloring agent in cosmetics. It is known to have antioxidant properties.

Basil – an herb you usually see in Italian recipes. But it’s oil extract has been used for years in many cultures as a skin treatment. Basil enhance the tone of your skin as well as removing dullness from your hair and skin.

Bay Leaf Oil – A very potent Antioxidant rich oil derived from the Bay leaf.

Beeswax – A natural wax made by bees in the construction of there honeycombs. Beeswax is mainly used as a thickening agent. Due to this property it is used in many mens hair products such as gels and pomades.

Behentrimonium Chloride – is a skin conditioning agent and is often used for its emulsifying properties.

Behenyl Alcohol – is used in cosmetics and skin products as a thickening agent. It is not related to the forms of alcohol that can be irritating to the skin.

Bentonite – is a cometic grade clay that is used as an absorbent in skin care products. It is usually used in products designed for men with oily skin as it can help absorb excess oil on the male face.

Benzocaine – is a anesthetic that is used on the outside of the skin. Benzoncaine is used topically to help relieve the feeling of irritation or burning that some men experience while shaving.

Benzophenone-4 – a sun blocking compound found in many sunscreen products. It is mainly used in broad spectrum protection products as it mainly protect the skin from UVB rays. It does block some UVA rays but not as much as other compounds.

Bergamot Oil – is a citrus based oil that has a pleasant fragrance and can be used in skin products to soothe the skin.

Beta-Carotene – is a compound that helps form Retinol which is a fancy name for vitamin A. It has strong antioxidant properties and can help reduce the visual signs on sun damage and aging.

BETA-GLUCAN – is a sugar / starch based compound that is usually derived from yeast. It has mil antioxidant properties, but is mainly used for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Bilberry Extract – an antioxidant rich compound.

Biosaccharide Gum-1 – is made from fermenting plants. It is a skin soothing and moisturizing agent. It works by pulling moisture from the air into the skin. It is also a mild anti irritant.

Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2 – is a higher form of lanolin. It has high moisturizing properties. Due to it’s semi solid state it is usually used in lip balms and other lip products.

Bisabolol – is used on the skin as an anti-irritant. It is usually extracted from chamomile or created synthetically.

Bitter Orange Oil – a fragrant oil derived from the citrus family, mainly oranges. It is used as a natural fragrance for skin products.

Boerhavia Root Extract – is an Indian plant extract that has strong anti inflammatory properties. It is used in many men’s skin care products that are designed for men with sensitive skin, but it is mainly used in after shaves and post shave products.

BUTYLENE GLYCOL – used in cosmetics to keep products from freezing or melting from temperatures deviating from room temperature. It also helps active ingredients penetrate the skin and is used as a delivery agent.

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) – is extracted from the Karite Tree. It is a plant lipid that is rich in antioxidants. It is used as an emollient in many men’s skin care and shaving products. It is a staple in the skin care industry for its great skin moisturizing properties.

BUTYLPARABEN – is a chemical compound that is used as a preservative in skin care and shaving products. It is also used as an antifungal agent.

C12 15 Alkyl Lactate – is used as a thickening agent in skin products.

C12-15, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate – is used as a thickening agent in skin products.

Calcium d-Pantothenate (Pro-Vitamin B5 or Pantothenic Acid) – is used as an anti acne compound in many acne or pimple products. It is also known to have mild hydrating properties and wound healing abilities.

Calendula Extract – is used as an anti bacterial and anti inflammatory agent in many products. It is derived from the Pot Marigold plant.

Calophyllum Inophylum Seed Oil (Tamanu Oil) – is an exotic ingredient that is native Polynesia. It is an all around skin healer. It has been used to treat Acne, Eczema and Psoriasis. It is also know to have anti-inflammatory effects.

Camelia Oleifera Seed Extract (Green Tea) – Is known for it’s Antioxidant, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Carcinogen properties the world round. It is also thought to help prevent collegen breakdown and help reduce UV damage to the skin.

Canadian Willowherb (Epilobium Angustifolium Extract) – is used as an antimicrobial agent in many skin and shaving products. It is also known as an anti irritant. Commonly derived form the Fireweed or Willow Herb.

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil (Hemp) – is used as an emollient in cosmetics and other men’s products. It is also considered a fatty acid. It is derived from the plant genus Cannabis which is also the genus that marijuana is part of, however while similar in shape and color, Hemp contains almost zero THC which is the active ingredient that users seek from the drug Marijuana.

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride – is an extract that is commonly derived from the Coconut. It is usually used as an emollient or thickening agent.

Caprylyl Glycol – is a skin conditioning agent that can be obtained from plants or created synthetically in a lab. It is used as a preservative in many shaving, hair or facial products.

Carbomer – A group of chemical agents used to thicken a product. This thickening agent is usally used in gel based products such as shaving gels and hair gels.

Carica Papaya (Papaya) Fruit Extract – is commonly used in skin care products as an exfoliating agent. It is derived from the papaya plant and fruit.

Carrageenan Extract – is a cosmetic grade gum that is derived from seaweed. It is usually used as a thickening agent, but is also known for it’s moisturizing benefits to the skin.

Castor Oil – is a vegetable oil that comes from the Castor bean. Castor Oil leaves a film on the skin which attracts moisture to the skin. Castor oil is used in many men’s shaving products such as Pre-Shave Oils and Pre Shave Sticks and is also used in some shaving creams.

Centella Asiatica Extract (May be listed as Hydrocotyl, Gotu Kola or Asiatic Acid) – It is known for having Anti Bacterial and Anti-Psoriatic properties and is also a great ingredient to heal wounds and superficial cuts on the skin.

Ceratonia Siliqua Gum – Is derived from the Locust bean. It is used as an emollient and as a viscosity controlling agent.

Ceteareth-12, 20 & 25 – Is a family of fatty alcohols that are used in skin care products to thicken the product as well as keep all of the ingredients mixed together.

Cetyl Alcohol – Is a fatty alcohol that is usually derived from the coconut tree, but can also be created synthetically. It is used in skin products as an emulsifier, and as a thickener that also delivers other ingredients into the skin.

Chlorphenesin – An alcohol used to preserve the ingredients in a cosmetic product.

Cholesterol – Helps maintain the skin natural function and well as attract moisture to the skin.

Cinnamon Extract – Used for its antimicrobial properties as well as it antioxidant benefits.

Citric Acid – Is derived from the citrus family of fruits. It is used mostly to adjust the PH of skin products.

Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil – Used in many products to help with preventing and treating acne on the face and body. Lime Oil also has great antiseptic properties.

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil – Used in many products to help with preventing and treating acne on the face and body. Orange Oil also has great antiseptic properties.

Cocamide DEA, MEA & TEA – Are a group of chemicals that are used as a foaming agent in everything from shampoos, facial moisturizers, body washes and soap bars.

Cocamidopropyl Betaine – A gentle Surfactant or Surface Active Agent is a cleaning agent t