The Organic Skin Care Routine

Having a skin care routine is essential when it comes to skin health. We all know this. But what you may not know is that when you’re considering a routine to take care of your skin, you can actually use organic ingredients and products. There is a huge market for “organic” skin care products, but many of them out there may only have a few organic ingredients in them, and therefore the product as a whole also contains numerous chemicals you may have never even heard of or can barely pronounce.

When you’re going to do an all-natural skin care routine, we’re going to give you a good method that can help you from this website. All of these tips can help you greatly increase that natural glow you want to achieve. The difference? Everything we mention is going to be completely made of natural products that are good for your skin.

  1. Cleanse Your Face First
    It’s important here to use a natural soap. Believe it or not, sodium lauryl sulfate is a popular ingredient in soap, but it’s also one that isn’t good for your skin. Therefore, we recommend that you clean your skin with organic based soaps in order to achieve a better cleaning experience. This will help to keep natural oils where they need to be without drying your skin out. One thing you may want to do first is use a light mist on it, such as MAEEMO’s Revitalize Mist.
  2. Scrub Away the Grime
    There are all types of products out there that can help to exfoliate your skin. Believe it or not though, you can actually make your own exfoliating scrub to help make your skin soft and warm, while keeping it clean. Simply take a teaspoonful or coconut oil, and forget the essential oils that can harm your skin. You can actually mix a few drops of green tea or black tea into them if you wish to have an antioxidant rich scrub, and then combine the paste of the two (don’t use warm tea) with about a tablespoon of sea salt or even Epsom salt, then wash this mixture off with hot water and wipe your face clean with a towel, then let it dry completely.
  3. If Your Skin is Dry
    Your skin shouldn’t be dry if you used our above method of exfoliation, but in case it does you can use some rosehip oil to further help give your skin natural vitamins E and C, as well as help block harmful UV rays and it can also fight blemishes.
  4. Moisturize Your Skin
    You can use many natural products on your skin. Of course you want to use something that is made with natural ingredients, such as MAEEMO’s Hydrating Face Cream, which contains numerous healthy oils that can help benefit your skin and is also antioxidant rich, as well as infused with healthy ingredients like Aloe extract to help your skin. These oils are easily absorbed by our skin and help it to stay healthy.

Conclusion

After your skin dries from the moisturizing lotion, remember to use an organic eye cream (or do the cold teabag press), and then be sure to use a healthy organic sunblock in order to completely block those harmful UV rays but still be able to reap the vitamin D benefits. Here’s a myth buster for you too, you can actually still get a tan even if you have sunblock rubbed into your skin.