The popular/ injuring/dermatological product industrial/ spaCreams and other personal care products contain an abundance of ingredients that can cause allergic reactions in some people.Some of the ingredients used and the possible/ likely reactions are listed below:Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
The first couple of ingredients listed are some of the more common ones.
Sunscreen can be a potentially injurious ingredient in a hypoallergenic facial cleanser. It may dilate the small blood vessels of the face and cause a minor sun burn.
Fragrance is a term that can refer to up to 4,000 separate ingredients, many toxic or carcinogenic. The term ‘fragrance’ is a generic term that can apply to up to 4,000 different toxic or carcinogenic ingredients. Many synthetic fragrances are made of toxic or carcinogenic substances. In fact, the cosmetic industry claims that it is impossible to determine what is in a cosmetic product and this is simply not true.
If something is labeled as a hypoallergenic facial cleanser, it probably will not contain any ingredients that are known to cause allergic reactions or irritation.
If something is labeled as a hypoallergenic personal grooming product it probably will contain an oil or skin softener that could cause allergic reactions. The fact is that even natural ingredients can cause allergic reactions, particularly if they are absorbed into the body through the skin.
Mineral oil is one of the ingredients that are commonly found in the cheaper hypoallergenic facial cleansers. It is supposed to protect the skin by keeping in moisture. However, it clogs the pores and encourages the formation of acne and other types of skin problems. It also robs the skin of its natural oils, making it dryer than before it was applied.
If you have ever used a medicated pad, recognising that it has small black granules inside, you know how painful they can be, particularly if you rub them on the skin, whereas a hypoallergenic facial cleanser is not going to be any more painful.
Parabens, some of them being methylparaben, are used in many moisturisers and are considered safe. However, they have been associated with hormonal problems and thus are not safe for use on a regular basis.
If you are looking for a good hypoallergenic cleanser, the best advice is to opt for one that is made from natural ingredients, as they are unlikely to cause allergies. However, do make sure that you read the label on any product you buy and ensure that it contains the right ingredients that would be able to cleanse and moisturize the skin without causing any adverse reactions.
The best of the ingredients in a good hypoallergenic facial cleanser is that it should contain natural ingredients such as active Manuka honey, grapeseed oil and macadamia oil. These are wonderful moisturizers and help the skin to recover from damage due to the daily stress of life. They also contain antioxidants, agents that are able to combat the free radicals that cause skin damage.
Another element of the creams that are really effective in the prevention of allergic reactions is Xtend-TK. It is a special type of functional keratin that stimulates the production of elastin and collagen, both of which are necessary in the skin matrix.
In conclusion, the best type of cleanser to use is one that is made from natural ingredients and does not contain any harmful chemicals. To find out more about how to keep your skin healthy and beautiful, visit my website.