Non Pore Clogging Moisturizer – What You Need to Know

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Moisturizers are available practically everywhere, from dollar stores to high end department stores. They all claim to be the best, but which one really is? With all the varied products on the market it can be difficult to know which ones really live up to their claims. Knowing what ingredients to stay away from will help you in your search for a non pore clogging moisturizer that will be good for your skin.

Many skin care products contain mineral oil. Everyone has heard of this oil and the benefits it can provide, but none of these benefits are to your skin. It will clog your pores and can even cause skin problems such as acne. Keep an eye out for this on the ingredient label of the products you purchase.

Mineral oil is a more cost-effective component, which is why cosmetic companies sometimes add it to their products. Unfortunately, in doing so, they are saving money at the expense of quality. The best moisturizers will not contain mineral oil and will be better for your skin.

A helpful moisturizer does not necessarily have to be an oil free one, either. There are some natural oils that are good for you skin and are often found in moisturizers. One such oil is macadamia oil. Most everyone is familiar with macadamia nuts, and they are the source for this great oil.

Macadamia oil is a wise choice for moisturizers because it is easily absorbed by the skin. It also does not leave you feeling greasy or oily. It is also a great selection if you want to turn the clock back just a bit, because it can even make you look younger with regular use!

Another common oil found in non pore clogging moisturizers is avocado oil. This oil has the ability to reverse skin damage thanks to its high levels of antioxidants. If you have ever used shampoo that contains avocado oil, think of how soft your hair felt afterward and then imagine what it can do for your skin! Avocado oil will provide much needed moisture to your skin, as well as help protect it from further damage from free radicals or UV rays.

If you have very sensitive skin, it might be a good idea to consult a dermatologist before trying a new non pore clogging moisturizer to avoid adverse skin reactions. Also, if you have nut allergies, you might want to stay away from products that contain macadamia oil to prevent potentially dangerous allergic reactions.

12 Sep, 2011

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