Keep Your Face Looking Great With Moisturizer

What do you know about flower water cinnamon, aloe vera juice, and apricot pits? It seems to me not so much. But do not worry, I do not know much about one of these ingredients, except for the fact that they sound very metrosexual.

 To be honest with you, I really do not care for them too, until I started doing some research on moisturizers and discovered that some of these ingredients can do for my face ... and yours.

 During freezing temperatures, electric heating, lack of moisture, UV rays, pollutants and wind, the person must have a daily punishment and can become dry, itchy and flaky as a result.

 Moisturizer is not just a "girl thing." It moisturizes your face on a daily basis will contribute to hydration, regeneration of skin cells, treat and prevent the harmful effects of external forces and weather conditions that lead to premature wrinkles, fine lines, and in extreme cases, skin cancer.
where to start?
This is a real jungle out there when it comes to choosing a good moisturizer for the face. I suggest you start experimenting with various creams to determine which is best suited for your skin type and give the results you are looking for. Here are some tips that will help you narrow your search and your best face forward.

 As a rule, the richer the cream in terms of concentration and structure, better for your skin. Unfortunately, this also means that it can be a little greasier, harder to apply, and perhaps less aesthetic. But as you can imagine, there is progress in this area, you can now find creams that are easy to use and low in fat but very powerful ... but they will cost.

Ingredients for search
A good face cream should be rich in essential fatty acids and oils, vitamins and minerals, nutrients, plant extracts and antioxidants (to prevent skin damage caused by sun, pollutants and other harmful environmental factors). Below are some of the ingredients should be sought when buying persons moisturizers.

Shea Butter: Shea butter is used for its rich texture and strong hydrating properties. He is known as a good moisturizer, especially as it penetrates the skin quickly, leaving it feeling smooth and not greasy residue.

Glycerin is present in all natural and synthetic oil production. It is used in moisturizers because it seems to attract and retain the right amount of water to maintain a balance in the skin.

Silicone: Silicone slippery, water binder is used in some lotions and creams to offer long lasting protection. But be careful with him because creams that contain too much silicone can leave your face looking greasy.

Green tea: Green tea
is an excellent source of antioxidants, along with grape seed extract has become a very popular cosmetic ingredient.

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