Top 4 Natural Skin Care Products That You Need Immediately

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Want to take proper care of your skin? Make sure to choose products for your skin type. Oily skin doesn’t have the same needs as dry skin.

Feeling overwhelmed by your breakouts?

I’ve been there too. I kept trying my best to stay breakout free. I tried astringents, foaming facial cleansers, facial cleansers, and topical creams. I should stop feeling overwhelmed.

The endless tries made me feel self-conscious and embarrassed. As if I was under acne attack.

Recently, I stopped applying topical medicines to my skin. Instead, I looked to using natural products to treat my breakouts and blemishes.

The result? I feel less stressed, beautiful and more confident. I can even see an improvement in my skin complexion.

In this post, I’ve compiled my top four natural products for acne prone and natural skin care. Even if you’re still learning how to take care of your skin, taking care of your skin is an important step. You should be conscious about what you put on your body. 

Commitment and a skin care regimen are essential for glowing skin all year long.

Whatever your skin type, here are the four natural products for your skin. The following selection of products are based on my own personal experience and what works for effectively treating my oily, acne prone skin. These products are listed in no particular order.

1. Black Soap
Black Soap also known as Black Soap, has been used to heal problem skin due to the abundance of antioxidants. The soap is made from Coconut Oil, Cocoa Pod Ashes, Plantain Skin Ashes, Palm Kernel Oil, and Shea Butter (depending on the manufacturer of the soap). Also, Black Soap is used to lightly exfoliate the skin and improve skin tone. 

The soap relieves dry and irritated skin. After using it for about a little over a week, I noticed that my skin was much softer and my blemishes started to fade. I recommend it because this soap is made with organic ingredients, all-natural and comes in a bar soap or liquid soap form.

Why it works: Black Soap can be used on the body and works for all skin types (dry, oily, and sensitive skin). The soap helps to heal acne, eczema, ease skin conditions and rashes, and fade skin discolorations. Antioxidants in Black Soap protect your skin from free radical damage, a cause of facial lines, skin aging, and wrinkles.

Men often use Black Soap during shaving. Its high Shea Butter content protects the skin and alleviates razor bumps. Another benefit of using Black Soap is that it firms and nourishes your skin.

2. Coconut Oil

Do you have dry skin? Then, this is the best product to remedy your skin. Coconut Oil is excellent as a natural moisturizer with anti-bacterial properties. 

Coconut Oil has anti-inflammatory properties that alleviates skin conditions. It can be used for treating eczema, dry skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, and repairing skin damage. 

Did you know that you can use it as a body oil? To use Coconut Oil as a body, simply rub the oil in your hands and focus on dry areas such as the elbows and knees. Coconut Oil is also an inexpensive way to shave. 

Why it works: The fatty acids found in Coconut Oil work to lock in the skin’s moisture. Anti-bacterial properties in Coconut Oil remove grime and makeup from the skin. Specifically, the Lauric Acid in Coconut Oil has anti-inflammatory properties and has been found to effectively treat acne. 

Avoid razor bumps. Use Coconut Oil. Its skin-soothing properties will leave your skin looking hydrated after shaving.

3. Green Tea Sugar Scrubs

Green Tea Sugar Scrubs | Ikohaus
Green Tea Sugar Scrubs

First, naturally purifying Green Tea extract soothes and calms skin while treating blemishes without over-drying. Then, sugar helps gently exfoliate away dead skin cells for softness and clarity. Perfect for all skin types.  

Start your morning with a scrub. Clean pores are happy pores! These scrubs are essential for creating that spa experience at home. 

Looking for a natural scrub? Use Green Tea Sugar Scrubs. 

Why it works: The key for youthful looking skin begins with a weekly exfoliation of your skin. Start an exfoliation treatment once or twice a week. Green Tea Sugar Scrubs are best for smoothing and purifying the skin while leaving your skin glowing.

These scrubs help prevent ingrown hair follicles where you wax. And will prep your skin to better receive makeup, self-tanning products and other topical products. 

4. Shea Butter
Shea Butter is known for providing effective skin care and has numerous healing benefits. It contains Vitamins A & E to repair skin damage and strengthen skin. The anti-microbial properties found in Shea Butter make it an excellent treatment for acne scars. 

Shea Butter is your skin’s bestie! It provides the skin with essential fatty acids and nutrients necessary for collagen reproduction. Shea Butter’s high moisturizing properties helps protect the skin from dryness, making it a great addition to your winter skin care regimen. 

Why it works: Shea Butter is one of the ingredients found in some Black Soaps. It helps to replenish and protect the skin against UV rays, acting as a natural sunscreen. Shea Butter is used to heal heal burns, fade scars, and to treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

It promotes cell renewal and diminishes the appearance of wrinkles. The moisturizers in Shea Butter are the same ones produced by your skin’s sebaceous glands, making it an ideal remedy for dry skin. Moreover, Shea Butter can be used to treat chapped lips and feet.

So, these are my top four natural products for effectively treating your skin. Remember to exercise, sleep, drink water, and take care of your skin. 

Beautiful skin begins with exceptional skin care. Start an exfoliation treatment, exfoliating your skin once or twice a week. 

Which of these four products do you need to focus on using next to hydrate your dry winter skin? Let us know in the comments below.

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