14 Jun Ingredients You Do Not Want in Your Skin Care Products
Do you ever find yourself reading labels of skin care products that claim that they have discovered some advances wrinkle-eraser ingredient or a purer form of collagen and thinking “I’m sold!”
But do not get caught out by these sneaky marketing ploys and do not get captivated by their words that keep promising you beautiful skin, instead, just turn over the bottle and read the label. Often we will scan the lines of ingredients and those vowel-heavy words that most of us can’t even pronounce and wonder if everyone else has the same reaction as us when thinking about putting these things on our skin. Do consumers even read the labels to begin with? Then this article may change your mind and inspire you to start.
If you are one of the people who don’t read the labels of the products you buy or you just can’t seem to get yourself into the habit of doing so, then this article may change your mind and inspire you to start. If you are one to buy your beauty products based on what the marketing claim is, then what if the cards were turned? Imagine that your skin care products were labeled “harsh chemical ridden, ineffective, petroleum-derived goodness inside bottle?” Are you still going to purchase the product? Probably not.
As the consumers of these products are becoming more and more educated on the ingredients and their effects or ill effects on the skin, all of those shocking chemicals that are listed on the labels will start becoming much more transparent. Beauty companies can’t pull the wool over your eyes when you are able to decipher what is really inside their products.
Below are a few ingredients to stay away from when shopping for healthy skin care products:
- Tetrasodium edta
- Triethanolamine (tea)
- Para-aminobenzoic acid (paba)
At Matsimela Home Spa, we create unique skin care products that incorporate the finest natural ingredients. We endeavor to obtain and source raw materials through Southern African based companies who support local farms that produce our wonderful Ubuntu oils and extracts. For more information, visit our website on www.matsimelaonline.com.