Natural Ethnic Skin Care
As we all know, few natural ethnic skin care products in the mainstream cosmetics industry can solve the skin color problem correctly. It seems that almost anything formulated on the ethnic market for our skin is either too dry, too irritating, too oily, or too ineffective.
Why do some formulators of these products think that these types of products will help our skin? Naturally, people will want to know what they think. Is there any hope?
I am very happy to say “it is,” it is true. Start using natural ethnic skincare products. Stop using toxic products. We know how sensitive our skin is, so the first thing to do is avoid skincare and personal care products containing chemicals like the plague.
It turns out that these types of products are destructive to our skin in many ways. But, unfortunately, these products have long been saturated and even dominated the cosmetics industry.
There are still many shortcomings in the ethnic personal care market and the mainstream personal care market. By now, you may already know why most mainstream personal care products are not recommended for sensitive skin tones. Don’t worry, and natural personal care products are the answer.
Natural Ethnic Skin Care: herbs make the difference for ethnic skin
In terms of natural skincare, the herbs in the product can positively affect ethnic skin. There is a fundamental difference between the method of herbal care and traditional skincare.
The herbal remedy itself contains a single active ingredient and contains many active ingredients that provide essential nutrients to the skin. These different compounds work together to more effectively solve skin problems from all angles.
Remember that plant cells and human cells are very compatible. What does it mean? This means that herbs can treat symptoms and treat the underlying cause of existing skin or health problems more effectively.
As we all know, herbs are naturally gentler not only for the skin but also for the whole body. This can be attributed to the fact that herbs are extracted as natural substances. As a result, herbs are mild and will not cause major toxic side effects on the skin.
This is especially beneficial for pigmented skin as it is more reactive than most other skin types and requires the gentlest and most effective treatment. There’s no doubt that herbal skincare can be milder, but that doesn’t mean it’s less effective. On the contrary, you will be pleasantly surprised!
Remember that 60-70% of the applied skin can penetrate the pores and eventually enter the bloodstream. So if you plan to use products to solve your skin condition, why not use natural and healthy products?
Before traditional personal care products are in demand in the mainstream cosmetics industry, buying or making natural products with natural ingredients should be the first choice.
Modern medicine in the herbal and skincare industry
Modern drugs (including benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, kojic acid, etc.) in mainstream or conventional skincare products are manufactured in labs and mass-produced in factories.
Before going public, these drugs will be tested on a large number of users. The knowledge that forms the basis of the traditional or mainstream skincare industry is based on experimental findings and observations.
In this regard, herbal therapies are also supported by fact-based evidence collected over the years across generations and cultures, so their value is well known.
The unfortunate fact is that testing herbal beauty therapies is not as thorough and rigorous as the tests in the mainstream beauty industry.
A lot of money is being used to fund the analysis of modern medicines (which are also in many skincare products) to demonstrate the benefits of herbal treatments. In the modern pharmaceutical and personal care market, it’s all about money.
Compared to the production of non-natural or even unsafe skin care products, the production of active, natural, and organic skincare products by mainstream manufacturers of cosmetics and skin care products is much less cost-effective.
Remember that herbal treatments are different because they are a complex mixture of multiple active substances. These active compounds work together to heal the skin more effectively and are difficult to separate, making replication and measurement a difficult task for mainstream formulators.
A word of warning
When choosing herbal ethnic skincare products for our dark skin, we should still be careful with our skin. Beware of companies that claim to offer you so-called “natural,” “herbal,” and “organic” skincare or hair care products, and they aren’t!
Ultimately, there may only be one, two, or even three organic and/or natural ingredients in the entire product, followed by or before many chemical ingredients, such as colorants, preservatives, stabilizers, thickeners, PH balancers, perfumes. Wait.
Read the label carefully. Avoid using these products. Your skin will thank you.
What it comes down to:
Dark skin types should be treated to thoroughly understand our skin’s characteristics, strengths, and weaknesses. Once we understand this, we can treat it more effectively with natural herbs and prevent excessive skin problems from recurring.
We can start learning more about our beautiful dark skin (because you’re reading this article).
First, avoid using unhealthy and unnatural ethnic skin care products, add more fresh, nutritious foods to our diet, and use natural ethnic skincare products designed for “us” (even if you have to make your own). Then, you are on your way!