June 01, 2019
When you think of summer what do you think of? Does vacations, skin UV for the sun, or cool sorbet come to mind? How about skin products that’s going to make us look our best from glowing complexion, shiny hair, and soft touchable skin, and the smell of “new money” as you walk by... YES!! !we’ll take it!
Self care is huge and I’m not talking about Mac Miller Self Care song . According to research, North America led the largest quest for global natural personal care market with Americans vested and no signs of slowing down! The market is expected to reach 25.11 billion by 2025 with more products expected to have plant and animal extracts for personal self care. This should explain the reports that suggest the average person is expected to purchase more than a dozen personal care products during their morning beauty regime alone.
So how will you decide on the best skin products to purchase? Below we analyzed and outlined five products that have either multipurpose use and or a must have ingredients to help you narrow down your search.
From Kim Kardashian with her most recent CBD baby shower to Ben & Jerry’s who now say they plan to launch a CBD infused ice cream , it seems as though everyone is getting in on the cannabis craze. Current law reforms show more and more states legalizing marijuana but will the use make you high and dependant? NO! According to the World Health Organization , “...CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential…” These finding along with the proactive stand to legalize may have contributed to the increase of CBD care products. To take it a step further, in 2018 the FDA approved three cannabinoids as drugs for the treatment of seizures. Although more studies are needed to definitively pinpoint all the effects of CBD on the body, CBD is now commonly used to make products like bath bombs , rubs and oils in helping with anxiety, patients who suffer chronic pain, and inflammation due to arthritis t oname a few.
One product studied for its various properties in treating skin conditions including but is not limited to acne, dark spots, and razor bumps, eczema, and fine lines- with the most popular usage was for overall skin care (70%) and all regions of the body (56% face and body), is the medicinal black soap . In its original form, black soap can be harsh to skin unfamiliar to its strength so finding soap with a butter base conditioner is recommended. So does this mean the use of medicinal products is a way to do away with conventional practices?Absolutely not, and actually responsible t rustworthy products should recommend you include your health care practitioner in deciding which products would be best to use for you.