Top 10 Natural Ingredients for a Chemical-free Skin Care Regimen

Top 10 Natural Ingredients for a Chemical-free Skin Care Regimen
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The beauty market is filled with a host of skin care products. Every single day, more and more beauty products promising ultimate beauty are being manufactured. In the maze of products, it is hard not to get confused when looking for ideal beauty products. The reality on the other hand is that many of these products are loaded with toxins ranging from synthetic fragrances to preservatives and colors.

If you are health conscious, you must have thought about natural ingredients for skin care that promote beauty. Indeed, you do not have to be trapped in the sea of conventional beauty products. You can choose natural ingredients that come with more benefits. Chemicals in beauty products can cause long term effects by damaging the fibre of your skin. In fact, some toxins or chemicals can alter hormones leading to all manner of endocrine complications.

Reasons to choose natural ingredients for your beauty routine

There are many reasons to opt for natural ingredients for beauty. When looking to follow a healthier life, you have no choice but to look at your natural options; you will be delighted to find many reasons to switch to natural alternatives. Below is just a list of the most important merits.

  • You effectively cut or reduce the toxins you are putting in your body. Keep in mind that even traces of chemicals can accumulate over time to cause grave effects.
  • With natural ingredients for beauty or skin care, you enhance the body by nourishing skin properly. This will promote healing and ultimately, your natural beauty will radiate. Therefore, these ingredients are effective in delivering the needed results.
  • Natural ingredients do not cost you an arm and a leg. This is because they are cheaper and more cost effective. Conventional skin care or beauty products are not cheap. People spend millions every year in a bid to attain the needed results.
  • Natural ingredients for your skin are also readily available. There is more research and evidence proving the effectiveness therein. Therefore, these ingredients are not just being used because they are natural, there are facts to prove that going this direction is better for overall health and beauty.
  • With natural alternatives, you have DIY options to customize your beauty regime. This is hard to do with conventional skin care products. Keep in mind that all products cannot work the same for all people. In this regard, you become a master of your own beauty. Some natural ingredients may work for you better than others; and you have the power to choose what works best.

The best ingredients for chemical-free skin care

1. Shea butter

This ingredient is certainly synonymous with healthy and glowing skin. In Africa, it has been used for generations for moisturizing and healing benefits. If you have dry skin that is prone to peeling and flaking, this is an ideal option for you. It is able to rejuvenate the skin by providing deep moisture and locking it in. Also, it doesn’t clog pores; reducing the risk of breakouts. You will be delighted to learn that it is highly affordable and available near you or online. You can actually create a homemade butter by using some essential oils like bergamot and shea butter. Using this ingredient on your skin and lips will surely give you lasting beauty benefits that you will not regret.

2. Coconut oil

It is hard to talk about the best natural skin care ingredients without referring to coconut oil. This is virtually the best and most versatile natural ingredient in natural skin care. It is full of benefits both as a food and as a skin care ingredient. For your skin, it will strengthen your layers and help keep infections at bay. This is because of its antimicrobial attributes. If you love enjoying some sunlight, this oil will help prevent sunburns. For those who have sunburns, it is a good healer as well. This oil has also been found effective in treating skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis. The oil is also affordable and readily available in the market. Make sure to buy raw or virgin coconut oil to get the best results. You can also use it as a carrier oil to make a wholesome body oil at home. Just add your chosen essential oil and other natural ingredients.  

3. Avocado

We all know the merits of eating avocado. This fatty fruit has healthy oils that replenish your body. For your skin, avocado will do wonders. It is a very hydrating ingredient and will supply your skin with a host of vitamins. It has been seen to boost the production of collagen. If you are dealing with sunburns, this is the best way to soothe your problem. Also, age spots can be treated and prevented this way. Overall, it will tackle inflammation and leave your skin healthy naturally. An avocado face mask will refresh your skin and you can add some essential oils and honey or coconut oil to create a bigger effect.  

4. Argan oil

This oil works like a charm on skin because it is rich in vitamins A and E, omega 3 fatty acids, linoleic acids as well as an array of antioxidants. Originating from Morocco, it has been used for many generations to provide the needed results. Just like all the above ingredients, it is great for skin and hair. If you have skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and even bug bites, argan oil has healing benefits to transform your skin naturally. It hydrates your skin gently and leaves you feeling refreshed.

5. Lemon essential oil

This essential oil is versatile to say the least. It has rich antioxidant properties and has been found to eliminate dangerous bacteria. If you have oily skin that is prone to acne, this is the oil to use. Other skin benefits include naturally brightening and lightening the skin, fading scars, toning oily skin and even reducing and wrinkles. Having said this, it is important for you to use it properly. Any essential oil is highly potent and has to be used in small amounts. If not, lemon oil can actually burn the skin and cause irritation. Use a carrier oil like jojoba or coconut oil to make a great mix that can be used on trouble areas.

6. Jojoba oil

This is certainly the go-to carrier oil for many. It is a rich polyunsaturated wax that plays a protective role for your skin and hair. It heals and moisturizes the skin to help tackle problems such as acne, peeling skin, psoriasis and even sunburns. For hair use, it can be good for reducing and preventing balding. This soothing oil can be used with all manner of ingredients like essential oils to create a rich nourishing oil for your daily natural skin care routine.

7. Raw honey

Raw honey refers to the kind that has not been pasteurized, heated or processed. This honey retains its enzymes and nutrients to have a good effect on the skin. Raw honey has many benefits and is best known for wound healing and treating of rashes. It is also effective against acne and provides rich moisturization for the skin. If you are dealing with dandruff, this is a great option as well. It has been used effectively for diaper dermatitis, psoriasis and even bacterial infections.

8. Apple cider vinegar

Raw apple cider vinegar is ideal for skin care. This is because it contains the ‘mother’ or the natural goodness in the form of vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. It is awesome for killing pathogens and has been used to clear acne naturally and to treat wounds and sores. It can be used internally and externally to have great benefits for the skin. Just make sure to use a little amount as guided to avoid burning or irritation.

9. Sea salt

The benefits of sea salt are unmistakable. This salt is loaded with great minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium and sodium. These nutrients are beneficial to the skin for better health. Sea salt can be used to create homemade scrubs, toners and even masks. It can be enriched with coconut oil, raw honey and even essential oils to have even better results. This combination will be effective against irritation, acne, dead skin cells and even help promote your skin oil balance.

10. Tea tree oil

This is the most beneficial essential oil for skin. It can effectively tackle acane and has been used for a long time to heal and protect the skin. It is also ideal in reducing inflammation and redness on the skin. It is a great natural alternative to breakouts and is normally used with carrier oils such as coconut or jojoba oils. When used properly, most people of all skin types can tolerate this oil. It has antimicrobial properties to keep pathogens at bay.  

Conclusion

Natural ingredients are awesome for skin care. However, when used incorrectly, they can have severe effects. It is therefore important to always use ingredients the right way. If you are not sure, do some research or ask an expert. See what others are saying by reading real life experiences and the like. Follow guidelines provided when you buy the ingredients and you will make your natural skin care journey successful. If you are looking for an excellent natural skin care brand, Utama Spice is a good place to start.


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65 thoughts on “Top 10 Natural Ingredients for a Chemical-free Skin Care Regimen”

  • MollyR
    by MollyR

    Interesting!

  • Kate Johnson
    by Kate Johnson

    I love all natural products.

  • Christy
    by Christy

    Great natural alternative ideas. Anything you buy in the organic section of the grocery store or Whole Foods or Natural Grocers is very expensive.

  • Krystal W
    by Krystal W

    I love Argan oil I use it all the time as well as Coconut oil

  • Marissa Buffett
    by Marissa Buffett

    I love argan oil, it works wonders on my hair and skin.

  • William Lewis
    by William Lewis

    Great natural alternative ideas.

  • Kylie Ann
    by Kylie Ann

    i love shea butter!

  • Maria Lynn
    by Maria Lynn

    I love coconut oil!

  • Thomas Gibson
    by Thomas Gibson

    Great article. I love using coconut oil for skin lotion.

  • Jess Walker
    by Jess Walker

    I prefer natural products over anything else. My skin and hair always looks better without chemicals.

  • Sandy Klocinski
    by Sandy Klocinski

    Awesome! Natural alternatives are not always cheaper though

  • Maria Lamb
    by Maria Lamb

    Love that avocado in skincare!

  • Calvin
    by Calvin

    Have tried at least 4 of these, have to use honey again it's a good one.

  • Matthew Scott
    by Matthew Scott

    wow thanks for sharing this information

  • Amber Albertson
    by Amber Albertson

    I love all of these ideas as I am slowly trying to wean away from all chemicals for myself and my littles! I would lpvr to see a blog post all about how I could use these on my babies!

  • Angelica
    by Angelica

    I always make my own skin care. These are basically my fave ingredients in order! 😍

  • David Hollingsworth
    by David Hollingsworth

    This is really worthwhile. I never knew you could use honey for your skin.

  • Sarahjferg
    by Sarahjferg

    I've used an of these except for honey! Isn't it great what we can use right out of our cupboard!

  • Chris L
    by Chris L

    Good article. I use a lot of those ingredients. I like a few of the new products with CBD too.

  • Jennylyn Gross
    by Jennylyn Gross

    Thanks for the info

  • Leanne
    by Leanne

    I love Shea butter and coconut oil . I try not to use creams with chemicals because it makes me break out . Would like to try avocado oil .

  • Kim
    by Kim

    i only use natural ingredients in my skin care. helps with my sensitive skin.

  • Darren Scrubb
    by Darren Scrubb

    Natural ingredients do seem to be the best choice.

  • RedEyedRocker
    by RedEyedRocker

    Thanks!

  • Jessica W.
    by Jessica W.

    I love using coconut oil for multiple things, including my skin, hair, and nails.

  • Jennifer P
    by Jennifer P

    Nature has so much to offer us, I don't know why we ever let it become such a chemically induced world. I love making home made masks for my hair and face, but with being rushed a lot of the time it is wonderful to have a company that does it all natural so you can have it made up already for you and trust that what is in it won't cause you harm.

  • Veronica Lee
    by Veronica Lee

    I have been using coconut oil on my hair for years! It keeps my hair lush and silky.

  • MsBest246
    by MsBest246

    My biggest issue when it comes to natural ingredients is that there are sooo many that are sooo good!! I'm still in the process of fine tuning the regime and the ingredient combinations that work for me and give me the best results per season. You've just given me some more to think about.

  • Wendy Browne
    by Wendy Browne

    Water is a chemical...

  • Jason P.
    by Jason P.

    I tried the Apple Cider Vinegar remedy a few months back - I bought a whole bottle of it. I tried one tablespoon and I thought my cheeks were going to suck in together - it has the most pungent taste. I need to find the right juice, etc. to mix it with. Readers have been warned :)

  • Susan Smith
    by Susan Smith

    Great information. I'll have to check the ingredients on my beauty products.

  • Wanda B
    by Wanda B

    This fascinates me! I'd love to make my own natural beauty products.

  • Christina Gould
    by Christina Gould

    "In the maze of products, it is hard not to get confused when looking for ideal beauty products." Isn't that the truth! I can't tell which is what! Thanks for posting!

  • adrienne Harries
    by adrienne Harries

    OMGoodness how beautiful are these ingredients and all natural too Amazing what we can access to have beautiful skin glowing through

  • Sky Bright
    by Sky Bright

    Thanks for the reminder about Tea Tree. I used to use it regularly but haven't recently for some reason. Need to get some, pronto.

  • Sam
    by Sam

    Good list, I think you hit all the goods one

  • Arlene
    by Arlene

    Avocado- i didn't know they had benefits

  • Carrie
    by Carrie

    Did not know that lemon essential oil could be used for beauty treatments! It's just been sitting in my closet...

  • Cindy E
    by Cindy E

    Shea butter and coconut oil are my favorites for skincare

  • Miao-Ling
    by Miao-Ling

    Lovely read! Rye flour may also be considered. I've been using rye flour as a face wash for years. It effectively washes off excess oils without drying the skin. Absolutely love it plus it's super affordable :)

  • Sharif Shaikh
    by Sharif Shaikh

    If you use honey with turmeric apply on your skin and wash it after keeping it for a couple of minutes it will work as a moisturizer for your skin

  • Anthea Holloway
    by Anthea Holloway

    I like these natural ingredients and take on board the advice that they should be used carefully with professional advice.

  • RockLeeReview1
    by RockLeeReview1

    Tea tree oil is fantastic for the scalp!

  • Marissa
    by Marissa

    Rose hip oil is also really good.

  • Richard Hicks
    by Richard Hicks

    I like this as it is "back to the basics."

  • Sarah L
    by Sarah L

    Put them all together they spell : healthy.

  • Abdu
    by Abdu

    I`ve used honey a lot and coconut oil as well.

  • Amber H
    by Amber H

    I used to make all my own beauty products at home. At some point it either got too messy or i got too busy. Reading this has inspired me to begin again. 100% natural!

  • Clem
    by Clem

    Interesting list, I may look into shea butter for my dry skin.

  • diamond zieman
    by diamond zieman

    The best for your skin is the more expensive products. Nature is good for your skin because its not harmful...and the expensive products help your skin with what nature can't do

  • Holly S
    by Holly S

    I’m sold! Thanks

  • Alys James
    by Alys James

    I need to try some of these. Thanks for the info!

  • Del
    by Del

    I always look for products with natural ingredients.

  • Alex
    by Alex

    The option in the shop is not always the best.Stay safe.

  • Tiphanie Retana
    by Tiphanie Retana

    I used to honey my face up every day and I miss it! This reminded me to get back into it.

  • Barrie
    by Barrie

    We have used tea tree oil for over a decade for skincare issues. My teen used it for acne when they were younger.

  • jason jennings
    by jason jennings

    love it

  • phyllis owens
    by phyllis owens

    great info nice to have natural ingredients

  • Cheryl Mcfadyen
    by Cheryl Mcfadyen

    Thanks for all the info this will be a great help!

  • James Travis
    by James Travis

    Great information , can't beat natural ingredients

  • lisa king
    by lisa king

    i use coconut oil but never thought of honey,,i might try that. the others on the list i havent even thought of

  • JoKing
    by JoKing

    I have been a big fan of tea tree oil for many years. It's benefits are amazing!

  • Lyndsey Rullman
    by Lyndsey Rullman

    This is a great list. I never thought about using avocado for my skin care and now I will!

  • donna porter
    by donna porter

    I learned a lot from reading your article. This is the way skin care products should be ....safe and healthy!

  • Susan Marina Brown Lane
    by Susan Marina Brown Lane

    My daughter is a big fan of coconut oil. I plan to try it. Also bookmarked this page.

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