Many companies are green-washing their products, labeling them natural, but you need a science degree to decipher the ingredients. The sheer number of choices can be overwhelming. How can you determine what’s essential? Do you need natural products or organic, or will the store brand do the trick? These skin buffs help answer these questions and discuss the pros and cons of natural soap or shampoo.
Steven Nistico is an entrepreneur, dermatologist, and laser therapist at the Heliotherapy.
Natural Products are Good for People With Dry and Sensitive Skin
In my work, I often scold my patients for not using natural products in their self-care routine when trying to get rid of their skin problems. The benefits of natural soaps and shampoos and their advantages over their synthetic counterparts are especially noticeable for people with dry, sensitive skin. The soap from the store causes apparent damage to the skin. It dries, tightens, and provokes peeling and allergic reactions. The handmade natural product does the opposite.
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