If you’re a newbie to facial creams, this guide to the ingredients in the popular creams will make sure you know exactly what to expect.
It’ll help you know when to apply them and how to properly brush them off and when to use them to moisturize your face.
The most important thing to know about facial cream ingredients is that they’re all naturally occurring in your skin.
That means they’re made up of just four essential ingredients: zinc oxide, zinc sulfate, calcium magnesium sulfate (aka magnesium selenate), and titanium dioxide.
(They’re also found in the sunscreen we use daily.)
When it comes to skin care, the ingredients have a very specific chemical makeup, so it’s important to use your skin care routine in a way that’s consistent with the ingredients and their role in your daily life.
The following list is designed to help you identify which ingredients you should be using for your face, neck, and scalp in order to make sure that you’re getting the most benefit.
You can learn more about how to treat Acne, a condition that affects up to 90% of women, at the University of Minnesota Medical Center’s Acne Foundation page.
The Mayo Clinic has a page dedicated to acne, too.
We’re also going to focus on the ingredients that have been tested in animal studies, which means you can read about how they’ve been used in the medical community and what the research tells us about the risks and benefits of these ingredients.
(You can also find the information on the FDA website.)
Before you go, check out these other beauty tips for facial care:How to treat acne with natural, plant-based productsThe Best Anti-Acne Mask Available TodayHow to Treat Eczema, Lymphadenopathy, and Other Skin ConditionsWhat’s in your acne treatment?
Find out about the ingredients found in your next acne treatment.
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