TBB BLOG- TIPS & TRICKS FOR PERFECT SKIN
Some people have perfect hair and skin. They look flawless in person and on TV and social media. And they seem to age gracefully over time. What is their secret? Well, there is no one specific secret to perfect hair and skin. It can be good genetics, plastic surgery, and a healthy diet. Or it could be a combination of some of those things or something else. The hair and skin care products you use directly affect your perfection. In this blog, we are going to share some of the best secrets for perfect hair and skin! So get ready to start the journey to your perfect hair and skin with us at www.thebetterbutters.com today!
Let us begin with skin. One of the best kept secrets to perfect skin is knowing what type of skin you personally have and using natural products tailored for your specific skin type and individual characteristics. There are several different skin types and then there are combinations of skin types. The six main skin types are as follows:
So what type of skin do you have? Is it a single skin type like oily skin, or a combination? Knowing your skin type is the first step to creating a skin care regimen that makes your skin perfect. Each skin type reacts differently to healthy skin products like vegetable oils, butters, and essential oils- three key ingredients for perfect skin. Furthermore, each individual with a skin type has their own body chemistry that reacts uniquely to anything applied to it. This creates a reality in which the more you know your skin type and body chemistry, the better you are able to create a natural skin regimen that nourishes, hydrates, and moisturizes your skin perfectly.
A person with oily skin is going to use vegetable oils that do not clog their pores (non-comedogenic). The glands the produce the skin’s oil are called sebaceous glands. Oily skin is often a result of a person’s sebaceous glands over producing the oil. So oily skinned people need vegetable oils that oils are very light, so they do not clog their already clogged (oily) pores.
These types of oils are high in linoleic acid like castor oil, kiwi oil, and pomegranate oil.
A person with dry skin is going to use vegetable oils that do clog pores (comedogenic). Dry skin is often a result of a person’s sebaceous glands not producing enough of the body’s natural oil (sebum). This lower oil production level leads to a state of dry skin. Oils that clog pores help this situation by replenishing that dry skin with healthy, nourishing oils that supplement its lower oil levels. The types of vegetable oils and butters that do this are higher in oleic acids like avocado oil, olive oil, and carrot seed oil.
There are different vegetable oils and butters that work well for all of the other skin types as well. Check out our blog on what vegetable oil and butter combinations work best for your specific skin type. The information in that blog is for individuals and businesses that use and or make skin products. It will teach you the basics of combining different vegetable oils, essential oils, and plant-based butters to make skin products for your self or your clients that work for their specific skin types. If you want glowing skin that blog is perfect for you. When combined with a consultation from one of our professionals you gain the experience and knowledge to give your skin exactly what it needs to thrive and perfect itself. This is something we do for our clients at www.thebetterbutters.com and we are sharing it with you.
To sum up, the more you know your skin type and body chemistry, the better you are able to create a natural skin regimen that nourishes, hydrates, and moisturizes your skin perfectly.