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Cleanse your face naturally

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Within the last five years or so organic has become popular, whether it’s your food or beauty products. It has become increasingly important for consumers to know where their products are coming from and that they come from somewhere safe, like nature. Especially when it comes to skincare products- no more harsh chemicals.These are five natural facial cleansers you need to try today.

 

Tea Tree Oil

 

Tea tree oil is known as magic from Australia. It is used as a healer for cuts because of its antiviral and antifungal qualities, but it is can also heal skin of acne. It is compared to being as effective as benzoyl peroxide (a common antibacterial ingredient in facial cleansers), but it is much less harsh on the skin.[1]

 

Pomegranate

 

Pomegranate does wonders for skin. It is a cell regenerator, antiaging agent, exfoliator and a moisturizer. It’s full of antioxidants, which help stop free radicals from damaging skin and keeps it nourished.[2]

 

Seaweed

 

Seaweed has been added in many different facial cleansers and moisturisers as of late. It possesses great qualities for skin care such as cleansing, toning, moisturizing and repairing. It’s even great for helping with wrinkles.[3]

 

Chamomile

 

Chamomile is perfect for irritated and sensitive skin. It acts as an anti inflammatory to heal skin. It is hypoallergenic, which is good for cleaning sensitive skin without being too harsh and causing more irritation.[4]

 

Aloe Vera

 

Aloe vera is a very important ingredient in facial cleansing because of it’s healing abilities. It not only helps moisturize dry skin, but it also has Auxin and Gibberellins. These hormones act as anti-inflammatory and heal acne through making new skin and healing the old skin cells.[5]

 

All of these natural ingredients can be found in facial cleansing and moisturizing products at The Body Shop. The Body Shop is a store consisting of products made by nature. Shop now at thebodyshop.com.

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Josey graduated from Malone University with a communication arts degree with an emphasis in public relations and marketing minor. She was the editor in chief of the student newspaper, The Aviso. When she was about 12 years old she read her first magazine and instantly knew she wanted to write for one. She absolutely loves telling a story through her writing.

1 Comment

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    Emily Stone

    October 10, 2016 at 9:15 am

    I think it’s always best to use natural products on your skin, harsh chemicals can often damage or irritate the skin.

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