I Need A Good Moisturizer for Dry Skin
June 20th, 2012
If you have dry skin you might want to look into these ingredients as they could help you quench that arid place called your face. Although I’m sure that they can be found in many skin care products, please remember the old adage, you get what you pay for, so only get the best skin care products by review.
Some of these exotic skin care ingredients come from some of the most unique landscapes and they offer botanical plants found nowhere else in the world.
The Amazon Rainforest of Brazil is just that place on the map where varieties of extremely potent medicinal plants are exclusively located. Aside from the very finite resources of this magnificent rainforest, Brazil has plenty to offer when it comes to natural skin care, for ultimate health and beauty that produces uncontested ageless skin.
And perhaps there is something to be said about the genetic gifts from Brazil, such as, Gisele Bündchen, Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima to name a few. These Brazilian women have that glow and appear as if they are always in the sun, yet youthful and even though they are lean they have some sensuous curves.
Therefore in homage to this mighty South American country with the most awe-inspiring beauty in the landscape and the people, I suggest some of the most hydrating natural skin care ingredient for dry skin.
Cupuacu butter is a natural emollient that promotes elasticity and strength for the health and vitality of winter skin. The refined cold-pressed butter is derived from the seeds of the Cupuacu tree of Brazil. This butter provides soothing relief from the dry scaly skin of the coldest season.
Maracuja oil is extracted from an Amazonian passion flower. Abundant in antioxidants, fatty acids and vitamin C, this powerful elixir deeply penetrates pores to deliver essential moisture for a softer smooth complexion that is also protected against environmental damage. Maracuja is so light it can be reliably used to hydrate acne prone skin without greasy residue or irritation.
Andiroba oil is sourced for its anti-inflammatory properties from the 300 ft. South American tree of the same name. A serum of this oil soaks the epidermis with omega-3 fatty acids for optimally moisturized skin. Andiroba provides an excellent barrier against cold climate as it prevents dry flaky skin with regular use. The myristic acid content expedites healing of damaged skin tissue due to psoriasis, eczema and similar skin conditions.
Buriti rich in carotenoids and vitamin A, the oil is drawn from the fruit of the Moriche Palm found throughout swampy wetland areas of South America including Brazil. Its soothing properties make it effective when used to relieve varying degrees of skin inflammation. The vitamin content of buriti oil deeply nourishes as it moisturizes skin it slows the onset of fine lines and wrinkles.
These restorative tropical moisturizers bring rejuvenated luminosity to dull chapped skin that will conjure visions of paradise in the depths of winter chill. Enjoy!
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