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The More The Better for Your Skin??

In a nutshell

Vitamin E retains moisture and Omega-6 EFA builds a shield protecting the skin while it allows good stuff to pass through it. A perfect match complementing one another.

The Story
Someone asked me a question whether I think it is better if an organic face wash product contains many various organic ingredients in it?
It may be more of a matter to do with one’s preference but I like to keep the purpose of a product as specific as possible, whether selling or buying. I prefer simple and specific use of a product rather than going for something saying “multi-purpose”, “contains various beneficial ingredients” etc.
Personally, whenever I purchase a product, I give myself some time to think to narrow down and identify my “specific” need. Then I would take a look at the product description and see whether the benefits would specifically match them.
Likewise, we try hard to adhere and incorporate that philosophy into our products.

For example…
Common issues with other face wash products: Dry skin after face wash (also people over wash. Basic rule is not to wash your face for more than 20 seconds.)

Specific purpose of our organic face wash soaps: Improve skin's natural function to retain moisture.

Main ingredients (see below or check our online shop) 
Palm Oil: Abundant in Vitamin E and Omega-6 EFA (linoleic acid)
Sunflower Oil: Abundant in Vitamin E and Omega-6 EFA (linoleic acid)
Safflower Oil: Abundant in Vitamin E and Omega-6 EFA (linoleic acid)
Coconut Oil: Abundant in Omega-6 EFA (linoleic acid)

Vitamin E
  § Emollient properties to support your skin cells retain moisture.

Omega-6 EFA (linoleic acid)
 § Deficiency of EFA results in dry skin.
 § Helps maintain supple skin by supporting formation of new, healthy skin and balanced sebum.
 § Ability to permeate the skin barrier thus facilitates penetration of other active ingredients.

Be specific with your needs and make sure the purpose of the product matches it. Don’t fall for the “All-in-One!”, “Multi-purpose!”, “Many Good Ingredients” hype. Keep it simple. Keep it specific.

This post is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a dermatologist. The reader should regularly consult a licensed dermatologist in matters with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.

This post first appeared on Three Olive Trees, please read the originial post: here

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The More The Better for Your Skin??


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