Organic Cosmetics News and Skincare Tips

Ein Gedi Day Cream

This rich, yet light day-care moisturizing cream, enriched with natural Dead Sea minerals, nourishes and softens the skin. It works for you all day as you go about your daily routine. Regular use will help prevent formation of premature wrinkles and guar against environmental hazards. NO PARBENS - NO MINERAL OILS - NO SL.

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Take good care of your skin

Don't have time for intensive skin care? Pamper yourself with the basics. Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay the natural aging process and prevent various skin problems.
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Organix Cosmetix

The secret for the great quality of Organix cosmetix brand that it is made according to the ECOCERT standards for Organic Cosmetics: 

Contains: Organic Plant extracts, Organic oils, Shea butter, Aloe Vera & Natural origin emulsifiers 

No: SLS, Mineral oil, Silicone, Emulsifiers like peg, Carbomers, Parabens, Synthetic perfumes and dyes

No: Fatty alcohol or acids, Propylene Glycol and Isopropyl Myristate.

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Organic Skin Care

Healthy skin is alive with vibrating energy. It's radiant, smooth, supple, elastic, and moist. It also has a slight flush to it from optimal blood circulation. This kind of skin shows that lymph fluid is removing toxins and boosting immunity. Stress is under control, antioxidants are preventing free radical damage, and hormones are balanced. The oil and sweat glands are bathing the skin with just the right amount of natural oil and moisture, which in turn maintains the skin's natural acid mantle. All the while, the skin is experiencing a constant state of renewal, turning over and shedding over a million skin cells an hour in a sort of healthful internal dance. Every cell in your body communicates and works harmoniously. This is synergy in motion.

While this wonderful balance is indeed how your skin wants to react, you can damage this balance by putting your skin in harm's way. However, you can minimize damage by examining everything you do, which is sometimes easier said than done, since many people don't even realize that their routine activities damage their skin. The perfectly natural, organic ways to create beautiful skin are to manage stress, eat healthfully, stay hydrated, get a good balance of physical activity and rest, practice sun protection, and avoid smoking. And naturally, follow a healthful skin-care regimen with pure products, where you always use only the gentlest manipulation of the skin. Rough tugging, rubbing, or abrasive handling with your fingers, hands, towels, tissues or machines can mechanically damage your skin.

When we're young, our body is programmed to maintain clear, smooth, soft skin, and we have to really ignore our skin or take it for granted to derail this program. As we age, however, our skin begins to work less efficiently, thinning out, losing elasticity, and sagging. Exposure to stress--environmental, physical, mental--only exacerbates this natural aging process. And mind you, when I talk about aging skin I don't mean 50- or 60-year-old skin. These changes can begin at a much younger age if your skin does not receive proper care.

Proper care does not have to mean using lots of expensive and/or complicated products. What I'm referring to is organic skin care, a logical and relatively simple approach that holistically nurtures your skin's natural ability to maintain good health. It's about both those therapies that treat our skin from the inside out and from the outside in

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What to Look for on Organic Skin Care & Make-up Products Labels

What to Look for on Organic Skin Care & Make-up Products Labels

Some of the ingredients that you will find present in many type of skin care products, including organic skin care products & organic make-up:

  • Emollients
  • Humectants
  • Emulsifiers
  • Surfactants
  • Preservatives
What you need to know about these essential ingredients for all organic skin care products and organic make-up is that there are both synthetic and natural versions of each. Synthetic emollients, humectants, emulsifiers, surfactants, and preservatives are all harmful for our bodies. At one time, such a task might have proven to be an enormous undertaking, but with the wealth of information that is available to us on the Internet, researching almost any product is a task that is relatively simple, and well worth the effort.
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