New Year, New You - 5 Reasons Why You Need to Start Using Black Soap and Organic Skincare
Everywhere you look lately, it seems as though natural and “100% organic” has been the #1 trend in all things beauty related. There are a ton of perks to “going green” when it comes to your beauty routine though – below are 5 reasons why you should start using organic soap and skincare. Check it out and your skin will thank you in the New Year!
Black soap is antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory. In fact, this specific type of soap is handmade from plant-based materials, so it’s an excellent alternative to the chemical-based cleansers that are out there today. It’s also rich in vitamins A and E, which can help with certain conditions that inflame the skin, like rosacea.
It’s also a powerful acne fighter. Teens and young adults, rejoice! Black soap helps balance your skin’s natural oils and its antimicrobial properties help to clear up skin and keep the skin looking balanced.
Adults, don’t worry: organic skincare and soap helps fight signs of aging and can even help prevent fine lines and wrinkles. How? The ingredients commonly found in these products like coconut oil and shea butter help moisturize the skin, increase elasticity, and help with exfoliation – all things that can plump up skin and make wrinkles less noticeable.
You will notice improvement in skin’s tone, texture, and overall appearance, both right away and in the future. Natural oils help skin to not be overly dry, and glowing skin lets light bounce off, leaving it looking luminous. Texture can be improved through exfoliation, like with natural sugar, and overtime texture stays smooth thanks to continued use.
Affordable and an environmentally friendly choice. Organic skincare means less chemicals and less wasteful packaging, which means you can feel good making a “green” choice. Plus, with ingredients sourced from nature, you get quality product for less money (because there’s usually no middle man – aka: factory production). Win-win!
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