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Best Natural Skin Moisturisers
Ever look at the moisturisers available in the shops and wonder when money started growing on trees? Unfortunately, many products with complex formulas are costly. Fortunately, you aren’t alone in looking for more affordable solutions. Here are some of the best natural skin moisturisers that you probably already have around the home!
In recent years, it has become obvious that coconut oil has many more uses than just in cooking. Some people use the product for their teeth, hair, and eczema. Now, we’re talking about its use in skincare. For one thing, coconut oil is packed to the brim with fatty acids. The antibacterial properties in coconut oil also have a double effect on the skin:
- It provides moisture
- It encourages the production of collagen
Unfortunately, some people find that coconut oil clogs the pores. If so, use coconut oil with sea salt and create a body scrub rather than just applying the former directly.
Lots of people talk about the benefits of Manuka honey, but those on a smaller budget will still enjoy normal honey as a skin moisturiser. Thanks to some research in the field, antimicrobial properties have been found in organic (raw) honey. What’s more, honey fights inflammation and helps to heal wounds on the skin.
If you like a good face mask, why not try using honey as a healing mask? Dampen the skin, apply a thin layer of honey, and leave it for 10-15 minutes. From here, use warm water to rinse the honey off and feel the softness of your skin. There are great alternatives to commercial face masks, like those offered by Vita Health NZ. Their unique line of healthcare products will have your skin looking and feeling natural and amazing.
Avocado Oil and Avocado
Avocados have become a staple in many diets these days, and it just so happens that they’re a natural skin moisturiser too. Why? Because the fruit contains lots of different vitamins, waxes, proteins, and minerals. Some researchers have been looking at the effect of avocado oil on the skin; taken from the pulp, this oil has been shown to boost collagen production in at least one study.
Although no research or studies back up the use of cucumbers on the skin, they have been used in spas around the world for many decades (and they’re still used in this capacity today!). More than anything else, it soothes and gives energy to tired-looking skin. Experts believe cucumbers may help because of the many nutrients contained in the fruit as well as the water content.
This ingredient is found in lots of different skincare products and for good reason. Especially after sitting outside in the sun for too long, there’s nothing better than applying some aloe and feeling the soothing effects. As well as vitamin A, aloe contains B12, C, and E. This means that your skin benefits from enzymes that reduce inflammation and other ingredients that limit the damage of free radicals.
Compared to other natural skin moisturisers on this list, aloe contains lots of water and this means a simple application. While avocado oil and coconut oil are quite thick and messy, aloe sinks nicely into the skin with very little effort.
Sunflower Seed Oil
Finally, we finish with perhaps the one that has undergone the most research over the years. As one of the best natural skin moisturisers, sunflower seed oil improves hydration, strengthens barrier function, and offers other benefits with little risk of irritation. For those worried about blocking the pores, sunflower seed oil is a brilliant solution because it’s much lighter than other oils. Make sure you apply it to wet skin, and you’ll feel the effects soon after.
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