Do you only buy beauty products that protect your skin? | The Tylt
Do you only buy beauty products that protect your skin?
Loving the skin you’re in is important. Part of that love should stem from what you put on your skin, particularly when it comes to beauty products. Harsh chemicals and parabens can have harmful effects on your skin in the long run, so checking what’s on those products labels can go a long way for your skin’s health.
Apart from chemicals you shouldn’t put on your skin, there are some ingredients you consistently should. Moisturizers and other skincare purchases should most certainly have some amount of SPF in them, and other timeless ingredients such as aloe could help in the anti-aging process. Protection all the way, baby!
Beauty products are beauty products. You don’t have to go too wild in looking at what those labels say—a lot of them already have great ingredients that are good for your skin, and many more have a lot that aren’t too great, but nothing to worry about. Skincare is more about how you handle those products, anyhow, like whether or not you wash your face before bed at night.
A lot of those fancier products that claim to be good for your skin are way too expensive, anyway, and essentially have the same effect as any ol’ store brand. Similar to the food we eat, we’ll just stick to the beauty products that make us happy, thanks.