Best 5 Natural Skin Hydrators For Your Beauty Routine Presented by Beauty Research

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2014

Roughly 8.4 million people in the United States suffer from chronic dry skin, while millions more develop seasonal dryness during the fall and winter months when conditions become more arid across the country. Moisturizers can be used to keep skin properly hydrated year-round, but for women who prefer to use natural skin care products over synthetics, choosing the right moisturizer can be challenging. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Best 5 Natural Skin Hydrators, discusses five of the most widely used and rigorously studied natural skin hydrators found in moisturizers and body lotions to help women make informed buying choices.

 

An emollient is a type of skin moisturizer that supplements hydration levels in the skin tissue and promotes softer, smoother skin. What are some of the best natural emollients used in skin care products today? Why do they stand out among other options that are available on the market? How do the natural emollients differ from one another? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click:

 

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A humectant is a second type of skin hydrator that helps moisture from the air bind with the skin to keep it moisturized. What is the best natural humectant found in moisturizers? From where is this natural ingredient sourced? Does it offer other benefits for the skin beyond decreasing the likelihood of dry skin occurring?

 

Occlusives are the third and final type of skin hydrator. These moisturizers work by sealing moisture into the skin to keep the tissue’s natural protective barrier intact. What is the best natural lanolin? How is it sourced? In what types of products is it often found and for what type of skin is it best suited? To find out more about occlusive and humectants, visit BeautyResearch.com or click:

 

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Women who wish to use natural skin care products instead of traditional synthetic products must use caution when shopping for body lotions and moisturizers. What is one thing that a woman should do before purchasing a moisturizer or body lotion that is advertised as being natural? Why is this so important? Is there a specific definition or set of criteria that is used to determine whether or not a product is natural? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click:

 

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See also:

 

“Sugar Alcohols – a Sweet Alternative”

 

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/09/15/sugar-alcohols-a-sweet-alternative.aspx

 

Health experts recommend that people limit their intake of white or table sugar to 9.5 teaspoons per day or less, but studies show that the average American will eat roughly 22 teaspoons of sugar every day throughout adulthood. For those looking to lower their sugar intake, there are a number of alternatives available, and one option that is growing in popularity is sugar alcohol. This class of natural sweeteners offers some distinctive benefits over table sugar and artificial sweeteners alike. Discover just what a sugar alcohol is. Get the facts about the calorie content in sugar alcohols. Learn about the different types of sugar alcohols that are used in process foods and available for purchase to use in home-cooked dishes.

 

“Mindy Kaling – Redefining Body Image ”

 

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/09/12/mindy-kaling-redefining-body-image.aspx

 

Thirty-five-year-old Indian-American actress Mindy Kaling has been making audiences laugh since she debuted on the NBC comedy series, “The Office” back in 2005. Now, she is expanding her fan base, not just with her own FOX sitcom “The Mindy Project,” but also by being a positive body image role model for women and young girls alike. Learn about Kaling’s views on body image. Find out why her message is beneficial for promoting self-acceptance and a healthy attitude about weight management. Read the biggest takeaways from Kaling’s personal views on body image that can help inspire women of all sizes and shapes.

 

“Earth tones, Nudes, and Gun Metal for Face and Nails”

 

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/09/10/earth-tones-nudes-and-gun-metal-for-face-and-nails.aspx

 

While color cosmetics like nail polish, lipstick and eye shadow remain consistently popular among women, certain colors emerge every season as major trends. For Fall 2014, earth tones, nudes and gun metal are all making appearances on the faces and nails of fashion models and everyday women. Get tips on how to select earth tone hues that are flattering for a woman’s unique skin tone. Discover how to create attractive makeup looks using this season’s nude shades for the eyes, lips and nails. Read about the secret to wearing gun metal cosmetics without looking overdone.

 

About Beauty Research

 

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women’s health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com



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10 Comments

  1. i have very dry skin. about 3 years ago i used it to make my tan shine and make all the hard work at the gym more noticeable. just 2 weeks ago i found some at the local kroger.

  2. I am so glad I read this because I just purchased some coconut oil to use for my hair, I bought ” Spectrum organic virgin coconut oil” I hope this it the right kind, but my hair is breaking like crazy and I heard about this remedy but I was still skeptical after trying so many things.

    • I’m just as hopeful for you and your hair. Let us know what happens and good luck!

    • try it on a small area for a few days and see how you react to it and if it starts helping. If you see even small improvement, start using it all over.

  3. I started using virgin coconut oil on my face about 2 months ago, and it actually seems to show my fine lines and wrinkles more. I look very young for my age (I’m 54, and people guess me to be about 39 or 40).

  4. We are all individual, Tara, and some people may not respond well to coconut oil. There is also a transition period, when you skin is trying to figure out what it thinks of the new addition and deciding what to do with its oil production.

  5. Hello Eva, i’m using coconut oil since i found your website, using every night for my body, my face ,my hair, my nails, for mouthwash, I cant believe my skin is very soft and clean…

  6. Thank you for sharing, Eva Richards! So glad it is doing good things for you as well as the rest of us.

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