Vitamins, minerals, and botanicals are considered to be the main contributors to clean, supple, and radiant skin. This list also includes vitamin E, which some individuals takes as a supplement. But is vitamin E actually beneficial for maintaining healthy skin, or is it just a marketing stunt? Let’s see.
Vitamin E is renowned for its miraculous abilities! You name it, and vitamin E will work its magic to improve immunity, prevent cancer, and improve skin. Getting enough of it is crucial for your general health because it also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. The benefits of vitamin E for skin health is well-known.
How Does Vitamin E Help the Skin?
- Serves As a Cleaner: Cleansing skin pores of clogged dirt and other pollutants is an excellent use of vitamin E oil. To clean your face, dab a cotton ball with a few drops of vitamin E oil.
- Preventing Wrinkles and Ageing: Antioxidant-rich vitamin E has an impact on blood circulation. The firmness and structure of people’s skin may change as a result of using vitamin E oil in your skin care products.
- Makes skin Soft & Smooth: Due to its oil-soluble nature, it absorbs quickly and penetrates deeply into the skin, naturally hydrating it and leaving your skin feeling smooth and soft. It enhances water binding, which hydrates the skin more effectively.
- Treats Stretch Marks: The scariest part of life after childbirth is having stretch marks. While it doesn’t hurt, it does appear unsightly where numerous gels and ointments have failed to lessen it. Stretch marks can be surprisingly reduced in appearance by applying vitamin E oil topically to the affected area.
- Hair growth: Vitamin E, which is usually present in hair serums, promotes blood flow to the hair roots, which enhances hair growth.
- Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant
Vitamin E is an antioxidant. As a result, when it is added to oils, it will aid in extending an oil’s shelf life.
At Be Natural Organics, Shimmer, Evening Eye Repair Night Serum, and Bio-Recovery Evening Repair are just a few of our products that contain significant amounts of vitamin E. To know more, visit http://benaturalorganics.com/.
In response to consumer preferences around the world, retailers now prominently display organic and natural skin care products in their stores. But how do we know if these products are truly clean, organic and toxin free?
Since the usage and marketing of the terms “Natural or Organic” are uncontrolled, products with these labels do not come with any assurances. Unfortunately, manufacturers can falsely label their products as “organic” or “natural” even though they include chemically processed, poisonous, and chemically enhanced substances without the knowledge of the consumer.
Since many people believe that “Natural and Organic” items don’t contain hazardous chemicals or artificial perfumes and that their contents are processed in a healthy manner, it is crucial to check for a reliable seal or certification to ensure you are getting a product that is safe.
EWG Verified Seal (Environmental Working Group)
Among the thousands of consumer goods available, knowing which things are healthier and safer for your family can be overwhelming. The EWG-verified seal takes care of the research for you. When a product displays the EWG Verified seal, you can be sure it complies with the EWG requirements and is free of all harmful chemicals.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is one of the largest non-profit organizations to safeguard US citizens from dangerous chemical exposure. The strictest standards for quality, traceability, and transparency are used in their thorough evaluation methods for each ingredient.
The EWG Verified seal indicates that:
- No components from EWG’s “Unacceptable” list are present in the goods.
- The ingredient list is completely traceable and transparent.
- Best manufacturing methods are used to guarantee the safety of the products.
At Be Natural Organics, we are thrilled to announce that we are having our products EWG VERIFIED. The EWG VERIFIED seal is awarded to products that have passed a rigorous protocol of traceability and ingredient purity, such as our Squalane Serum and Squalane Light Serum, which fights free radicals and skin damage, both of which can quicken the aging process. We will always work to provide you with products that are of the greatest quality and integrity since we feel that the most beautiful skin is healthy skin.
Exfoliation is extremely important for anti-aging and acne-prone skin. It also opens the pores, clears the skin of debris and provides an optimal condition for 100% penetration of products for optimal benefits.
Physical exfoliation involves manual motion, a circular scrubbing and/or rubbing on your face and body with products that contain beads or fine granules.
Benefits of Physical Exfoliation:
- Removal of top layer of dead skin
- Brings forth fresh radiant skin
- Improves circulation
- Promotes cellular turnover
Physical Exfoliation products:
- Mother of Pearl Facial Scrub – Fresh water pearl and bamboo powder for scrubbing away dead cells and natural clay to absorb toxins. You choose the pressure so extremely safe for sensitive skin.
- Pomegranate Facial Scrub – Jojoba beads provide a gentle scrub while the sweet almond oil’s antioxidants and fatty acids make skin glow, plump and refines the texture. Can be used daily.
- Amaretto Body Scrub – Natural sugar polish’s your skin while removing dead surface cells and debris. Vitamin E and botanical oils softens and moisturizes the skin with a luxurious aroma for a calming spa like experience.
- Chemical exfoliation involves a variety of acids to work on a deeper level and is more effective in improving acne scarring, discoloration and fine lines
Benefits of Chemical Exfoliation:
- Removal of top layer of dead skin
- Brings forth fresh radiant skin
- Smooths and polishes
Chemical Exfoliation products:
- AHA Facial Wash – uses a whopping 10% Alpha Hydroxy Acid to destroy acne causing bacteria while possessing the ability to lighten skin discolorations and help smooth skin caused by acne and sun damage. This acne treatment is consistently one of our best sellers.
- BHA Serum – The powerful blend of salicylic acids deeply penetrate and lifts congestion and clears clogged pores. Beta Hydroxy Acid is especially effective for those with acne-prone and oily skin. Its exfoliating properties deeply penetrate to lift stubborn debris, allowing fresh, radiant cells to emerge.
- Daily Botanical Enzyme Peel – This is one of the best chemical exfoliators available for both anti-aging and acne-prone benefits. Start with 1 time a week and add more as needed.
The beauty of a serum is the potency of the product. Serums are more potent than moisturizers and have a greater variety of functions. Serums contain concentrations of antioxidants, vitamins, essential fatty acids and micronutrients that nourish the skin on a cellular level for a youthful appearance. Serums contain smaller molecules which enable the serum to penetrate deeper into the skin for optimal absorption of ingredients.
The biggest difference between a serum and a moisturizer is what the serum does NOT include. Serums leave out the occlusive moisturizing ingredients, fillers and thickening agents which dilutes the efficacy of a product.
Because active ingredients are more expensive than thickeners and fillers, serums are usually the costliest product in many skin care lines.
- Absorbs deep into the skin for optimal absorption of actives
- Tightens and smooths skin
- Improves skin’s texture
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
How to Apply Serums:
Adding a serum to your daily beauty routine? Here’s how to apply for maximum effect. After cleansing your face, apply a pea-sized amount of serum, patting it evenly over skin with your fingers until absorbed. Re-apply if needed.
NOTE: Never add a serum over a moisturizer. The thicker, heavier ingredients in creams & lotions are designed to form a barrier on your skin to hold hydration in. But they can also lock active ingredients out. Serums always go on first if layering.
When to Apply Serums
Serums penetrate the skin’s surface a lot better while you’re asleep and your body goes through its circadian rhythm for the nightly process of renewal and rejuvenation as we sleep.
Moisturizers have a simpler job; they are meant to hydrate the skin and prevent water loss. Some have added anti-aging ingredients, so they can do double duty for your skin, but their main role is to get hydration into the skin and keep it there.
In order to address mature or dry skin, you’ll want to combine your moisturizer with a quality serum for renewal.