Organic Cream

Creams are such essential commodities in our daily lives that it is almost unimaginable to be without them. But have you ever wondered that far from serving their basic purpose of making your skin better, some creams can be really counterproductive? Skin irritation, pigmentation, rashes on the skin, severe acne breakouts, and premature wrinkles are just some of the side effects of creams which you may be regularly applying. If it is not an organic cream that you use, you are definitely vulnerable to these problems.

You may have often wondered why you have such skin-problems, and even perhaps blamed your genes for inheriting unhealthy skin! But had you once taken the pains of reading the labels of the creams you buy, you would easily understand where the problem lies. Chemicals such as petroleum gel, carbomer, benzene, glycols, and polysorbate are hardly fit for your skin, let alone producing that extra glow!

Organic creams on the other hand are constituted of natural herbs, with no synthetic essence, and hence can cause no adverse effects on your skin. Certified organic oils like soy, coconut, aloe vera, jojoba, cocoa butter, and virgin olive are used to make such creams, which also may contain flower power, lavender, lime, and rose and passion flower to form a natural therapeutic remedy for your sensitive skin. Corrosive chemicals, some of them harmful carcinogens, can ruin your skin and produce the same effect that SLS and SLES based cosmetics have on your body.

Your skin requires gentle nourishing without negative side-effects, and organic creams do just that. They gently exfoliate your skin, remove dead cells, moisturize and redeem it so that it exudes a refreshing glow. These creams also protect your skin by preventing harmful UV rays from penetrating it. Acne breakouts, pimples, skin rashes could very well become a thing of the past once you start using these creams with organic ingredients. Fruits and vegetables contained in these creams, replete with vitamins and minerals not only cleanse your skin and regenerate it, even your body gets to benefit from it, since more than fifty percent of the cream that you apply actually gets absorbed.

Organic cream has come to the forefront only during the last twenty years or so, prior to which harmful synthetic creams ruled the roost. Even today, because they are more expensive and there is low awareness about their benefits, people tend to opt for synthetic creams. Price is still an adjustable issue, but I am sure the above information has lifted the ‘lack of information’ cloud over your head. That should tilt the scale heavily in favor of the more safe and result producing cream.