Your Skin Type Is What????

Here are some ingredients in your skin care products including makeup you should avoid using in your skin type category!

If your skin is highly sensitive: Lactic acid, glycolic acid, alpha-lipoic acid, acetic acid, benzoic acid, cinnamic acid, menthol, parabens, quaternium-15, vitamin C.

If your skin is excessively oily: Mineral oil, petrolatum, coconut oil

If your skin is acne prone: Butyl stearate, cinnamon oil, isostearyl isostearate, cocoa butter, jojoba oil, coconut oil, decyl oleate, myristyl myristate, myristyl propionate, octyl palminate, octyl stearate, peppermint oil, isopropyl isostearate, myristate, palmitate

If you have existing discoloration: Celery extract, lime extract, parsley extract, fig extract, carrot extract, bergamont oil, estradiol, genistein

 

I hope this information will give you better decision making skills when buying your facial products.

P.S. Tune in tomorrow…something special is coming!

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More Acne Secrets

Retnoids are the category in which the most advances have been made. The most current research underlines the importance of incorporating a retnoid into your anti-acne regimen. Using a gentle cleanser, applying a moisturizer before you apply the retinoid, or using a retinoid on  an every other day basis will reduce the chances of dryness and irritation. The following types are retinoids:

Tretinoin – is available as a gel, cream, a solution, or even in the form of slow release micro sponges. Tretinoin is unstable in sunlight, so use at night.

Tazarotene – acts quickly to control acne. Available in a cream or gel, Tazarotene seems to be the most effective retinoid to shrink enlarged pores.

Adapalene  – is less irritating than others in this category. It is not affected by sunlight and can be used in combination with benzoyl peroxide. It is available as a cream, gel, a solution, or wipes in different strengths.

please choose the best skin care for your personal needs.

Thanks guys!