First of all, the products you use should be made of all natural, primarily vegetable-based ingredients. You need to carefully nourish your skin for the best results, particularly if you confronting an issue like acne or aging. You want what you’re giving your skin to be pure enough to literally eat.
Second, your products should come from a manufacturer that strives to provide products that aren’t available on the market elsewhere. Why? Because in order to stay in business, they must use the best quality control standards and processing methods, preferably natural, to provide the best product they can. In order to benefit from your business, your skin must only benefit from using their products in your regular skincare routine. Thus, they will carefully choose the components of their products for safety and effectiveness. And they will allow you to ask questions about their products if you have any concerns and actually answer them to your satisfaction before you buy. They also will refund your money if you’re not satisfied after you buy.
Third, the products you choose should contain more active ingredients per volume of product than most of those you research. You see, most products, even those big department store brands, advertise their value based on their active ingredients. But, studies show that they don’t really contain enough of the active ingredient to be beneficial to your skin. So, most of what you’re buying is fancy packaging and persuasive advertising. The higher the quality and more natural the ingredients in your skin care products, the better for your overall health they are. You’ll avoid all kinds of problems with your skin and potentially your wellbeing if you invest in products that contain the most natural ingredients available. And, those products frequently come from manufacturers that aren’t household names.
And, finally, just to be clear, the products you use every day should not contain harmful ingredients. There should be no alcohol, parabens, fragrances, allergens or other harmful chemicals of any kind. In fact, studies show using products containing parabens as a regular part of your skincare routine can actually lead to cancer, especially breast cancer, by increasing estrogen levels. And, remember, though rare, men get breast cancer, too.