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The Best Natural Skincare Products

I wrote this article for a client, but he wasn't happy because it didn't fit if in the type of skin he wanted. But, I did put a bit of research into this. I searched Amazon to find inexpensive products that have high ratings and claim to be good for sensitive skin.  I can't answer one way or another. I only use Nature's Aid. But, I wanted to share this anyway.

Although I've chosen highly rated products, you should always run a trial before using anything new. I suggest you run a little bit on your thigh or calf so it's not visible if there's a reaction.

This hydrating face mask is made from kaolin clay. This helps to take the dead skin cells off your skin and open up your pores, eliminating unnecessary oil. The matcha helps to revitalize your skin with the antioxidants. This can also reduce the signs of aging! This mask comes in the form of a powder. To use it, you'll have to mix the powder with water until you get a paste consistency. Then apply it like any other mask and rinse after it dries. This mask works deep and is gentle on those with sensitive skin.

This facial toner is made of witch hazel and amino acids. There's added vitamin C and even Aloe Vera as well. The combination of these natural ingredients helps to hydrate and balance out skin. You can use this toner to reduce the damage from sun and prevent breakouts. If you already have a breakout, this spray-styled toner can help to clear your skin. Not everyone can find use in a toner, but if you have uneven skin, you may want to consider this spray.

Neem oil is a favorite as it can provide moisturize and even nourishment. You can use the oil for your skin, hair, and even your nails! The oil by Mary Tylor is rich in antioxidants, as well as vitamin E. The oil is made without the use of a heating source. This helps to lock those essential nutrients into the oil. This aids in the nourishment of your skin. There are some mixed reviews about this neem oil, but there's no evidence against it. Just make sure you try it before you use it.

Bar soap is a typical part of our daily routines. When you have sensitive skin, this can be a nightmare. This charcoal soap is designed with you in mind. It's made with sodium hydroxide like every other soap, but this ingredient is taken out of the final product to provide you with a completely natural bar soap. The charcoal helps to thoroughly cleanse your skin and is known to be beneficial to those who suffer from itchy skin (like eczema or psoriasis). The soap is scented using essential oils so it's safe on the skin.

An exfoliating body scrub can help you to remove dirt that finds itself in your pores. This particular scrub is made using dead sea salts. This helps with so many things, including hydration, moisturizing,  and polishing healthy skin cells. The process of massaging the salt over your skin can completely scrub off dead skin cells too. Sweet almond is added to help detoxify and lavender essential oil adds a delightful scent.

Vitamin C is important for skin health. That is why this serum (or any Vitamin C serum) is a must-have for anyone with sensitive skin. You can use this serum to tighten your skin which creates a radiant glow. Add a bit of green tea extract in for hydration and blueberries as an antioxidant and you're looking at a whole new you! This serum is gentle on your skin as well.

Sweet almonds are rich in vitamin E which helps to boost your complexion and make your skin radiate with beauty. The sweet almonds also add a tasty aroma without any additives. You can use this oil for your hair, as well as your skin. As an oil, it can be used in combination to create your own skincare products. Sweet almond oil is also ideal as a make-up remover. Gentle on your skin, almond oil also makes an amazing massage oil.

Coconut oil is used in combination with many different oils or herbs to create homemade skincare products. Although, you can always use coconut oil directly on your skin to thoroughly hydrate. It's often used to help a burning scalp as well. Organic coconut oil is ideal for sensitive skin and Viva Naturals provides a coconut oil that is safe for consumption as well. A warning with this product is that it may arrive solid or liquid. Coconut oil is susceptible to the temperature in the environment.

Since facial scrubs offer different benefits, it doesn't hurt to have a couple to choose from. The green tea combined with white tea and organic aloe helps to gently remove dead skin and provide a deep exfoliation. This particular scrub is one of the best moisturizing scrubs on the market. The company is so confident in their product that they have a money back guarantee for anyone who might be unsatisfied.

Once you find a brand you love, stick to it! Brand loyalty is important and saves you having to test new products. You may find a handful of great companies and the more the merrier!

Again, I strongly advocate for Nature's Aid. It's safe for use on animals and humans. It has aloe vera to heal and instantly soothe skin. I use it when I'm itchy and it takes down swelling. I like the smell because it's faint. I also use it as an acne remedy. 3 times a day and the break out is gone. I'm so grateful to be introduced to this product and I've been using it for years. It's a serious must-have. 

If you'd like to look into the company more, you can go to their website: https://www.naturesaid.ca

If you have any experience with these cosmetics, please let me know in the comments. I don't want to support a poorly made product! 

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