Sunday, March 22, 2009

Organic Skin Care Treatment Tips

Organic Skin Care Treatment Tips

By L. K. Reid

When it comes to organic skin care, using fruits and vegetables for cleansing routines has become common place.

Turmeric, apple, papaya, ginger are others that find a wide use in organic skin care routines. These organic materials have a very refreshing and vitalizing effect on your skin.

If you are referencing the organic skin care section of a skin care guide, be sure to understand all of the treatment options that are presented. Making the move to organic skin care is sure to benefit the overall health of your skin. Be sure to plan the necessary time to experiment with different combinations of organic products until you find the mixture that fits perfectly with your skin care routine.

Always use fresh organic fruits and vegetables for your organic skin care regime. It goes without saying that using old or rotten organic materials will only diminish the final results. Along with fruits and vegetables, milk is another effective item in the organic skin care arsenal. Milk, combined with ground oatmeal, has been proven to be an effective cleanser and moisturizer.

Ground oatmeal is especially good for oily skins and is a popular ingredient in organic skin care regimen. It is used in various combinations e.g. with egg, honey, milk and fruits, for preparation of organic facial packs.

Along with ground oatmeal, wheat germ is another component of a organic skin care routine. Wheat germ is highly concentrated with vitamin E, which facilitates exfoliation and offers excellent moisturizing capabilities.

In addition to oatmeal, wheat germ, and it's by product, wheat germ oil, are often ingredients found in organic skin treatments used to moisturize and exfoliate facial skin. Other organic sources for removing dead skin cells and helping the skin to retain its moisture are yogurt and sour cream.

If you are looking to add radiance and tone to your skin, consider using honey as part of your organic skin care treatment. To replace chemical skin toners, try using rose water or lavender water instead.

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