Benefits of Using an All-Natural Moisturizer

Benefits of Using an All-Natural Moisturizer

When looking for skincare products to buy, there are various terms and key Fphrases that we would come across. Some of these are “organic”, “natural”, “chemical-free”, “eco-friendly”, and more.

These terms are a bit difficult to decipher and can get confusing when shopping for skincare to buy. So when it comes to buying skincare products, such as a good moisturizer, it’s important that you familiarize yourself with these terms. That way, you will know how to read the label.

One of the biggest confusions about skincare products is the concept of natural and organic, which are often used interchangeably. But it’s important to note that a skincare product can be organic and natural but not all products are organic or 100% natural.

For your overall health, it’s a good idea to choose something natural. The biggest benefit of applying skincare products that are organic and natural is that they are made from the purest form of ingredients, which means they are free from harsh chemicals that could harm your skin.

If you’ve got oily skin, you might not benefit from applying more moisturizer to hydrate your skin. Also, some people are just plain lazy and would forego cleaning or moisturizing their face before bedtime.

Using an oil-free moisturizer is a good idea, especially if it’s rich in nutrients. It will provide you with lots of excellent benefits, even if you’ve got oily skin.

Let's take a closer look into the benefits of applying oil-free moisturizer and which ingredients are crucial when shopping for skincare products:

  • Less Oily Skin

As the largest organ in our body, our skin is an incredibly important part of our complex body system. If you have oily skin and you will not apply moisturizer, your skin will hydrate itself by getting oil from your sebaceous glands.

Sometimes, the skin will overproduce the oil and this will lead to breakouts. This is the reason why applying moisturizer even if you’ve got oily skin is especially important.

Applying oil-free moisturizers can help to balance out your skin and prevent the overproduction of oil that could lead to breakouts. Of course, they can also provide your skin with enough hydration so as to keep it from getting dry.

Aloe or aloe vera is a great ingredient for treating sore and inflamed skin. It also provides a deep moisturizing effect on your skin. A moisturizer that’s made from natural ingredients such as the Pumpkin & Spice Day Moisturizer can help to nourish your skin while also controlling the production of oil in order to prevent breakouts. 

  • No Clogged Pores

Certain types of oil can be extremely nourishing and hydrating for the skin, such as the Squalene oil and rosehip oil. If you have oily or acne prone skin, the water-based moisturizers can work best for you.

Water-based and oil-free moisturizers are usually non-comedogenic. This means that they will sink deep into your skin layers without clogging your pores so as to prevent breakouts.

  • You Will Feel Younger

Hydration is the key to achieve a youthful complexion. The lack of hydration can lead to saggy and aged skin because of the lack of collagen. Collagen is an important structural protein that helps to keep the skin to stay plump and healthy.

Applying a moisturizer is the best way to provide your skin with enough hydration, along with vitamins and minerals that help to promote the production of collagen. Avoid those moisturizers that are filled with harmful oils. Instead, go for oil-free moisturizers that are loaded with antioxidants.

The Pumpkin & Spice Night Moisturizer is filled with vitamins and antioxidants that help to build the skin's natural defenses and promote a healthy glow. It also helps to protect your skin from harmful free radicals.

  • Skin Protection

Eating clean and whole foods while using the right skincare products can go a long way in maintaining a healthy and bright complexion.

Unfortunately, a lot of people are not aware that by simply going outside unprotected, you end up exposing yourself to the harmful free radicals, such as the harmful UV rays. Air pollution is also damaging to your skin and the wind can dry out your skin.

It is for these reasons why you need to ensure that your skin is fully protected before you go outdoors. The best protection that you can use is an oil-free moisturizer that’s rich in vitamins and nutrients. This will serve as a protective barrier against harmful pollutants while its antioxidants can ward-off the free radicals.

Using an oil-free moisturizer should not be that hard for as long as you always refer to the label. Find out what ingredients are used and see if they are ingredients that you need to avoid or use. Unfortunately, most of the commercial-made moisturizers are loaded with chemicals and comedogenic oils that could clog your pores and will not benefit your skin in any way.

Also, avoid those moisturizers that are loaded with chemicals. Instead, choose natural and organic products that you’ll feel good applying on your skin. The benefits of this is that the fewer toxins and chemicals found, the more effective the natural ingredients will turn out. 

  • Better Aroma

When the ingredients used are organic and natural, the product will smell natural. For instance, a rose cream will be made from real rose water while essential oils are derived from real plants and not some kind of imitation.

After a few weeks of applying the product, you will notice a huge difference between the imitation and real fragrance that you will never want to go back to the imitation product.

But just because the fragrance is all-natural does not mean that your skin won’t get irritated. Remember that natural sources can also trigger allergies. So if you have acne-prone or sensitive skin, it is highly recommended that you test the product by applying it in a small patch of your skin.

So how do you know if the fragrance of a skincare product is natural? Simply refer to the label and look for “fragrance-free” and “natural fragrance”. Watch out for those chemicals that are used as a fragrance. An example of this is limonene, a liquid that gives off an orange scent.

  • Saves Money

Anyone who has ever tried switching from commercial skincare to organic skincare will understand that it’s actually good for your wallet in the long run.

It’s been found that the average consumer would purchase skincare products from different brands with prices that range from a few dollars up to a couple of hundred dollars.

If you will replace those luxury spa products that you purchase with products that are made from organic or natural brands, you’ll find that it benefits you in the long run with huge savings.


Different Moisturizers for Different Body Parts

The epidermis, which is the outermost layer of your skin, works by trapping moisture in your body while also keeping the damaging free radicals out.

In order to ensure that your skin cells are hydrated constantly, you must create a moisture barrier and this can be achieved by applying the right moisturizer. Proper moisturizing can help to minimize dry, cracked, and flaky skin.

For thousands of years, our bodies have evolved greatly and have been aggravated by the various stressors in the environment. As a result, our skin ends up developing thicker tissues, especially in the bottom area of our feet and the palms of our hands.

Thick skin can also develop in the knees and elbows. As a matter of fact, these areas in your body are up to ten times thicker than those delicate tissues surrounding your eyes.

It is for this reason why moisturizers are specifically made for a specific body part. Others are created for use in the tougher areas of the body and aimed at treating dryness and premature aging. Meanwhile, moisturizers for the face will only need to pass into a thinner skin layer.

There should be no problem in using a moisturizer that’s not intended for the part of the body that you will be applying it on. This will not cause any adverse effects, however, you cannot expect it to be effective so you’ll only end up wasting your money.

So it is always a good idea to use the moisturizer that’s especially intended for the body part that you will be putting it on. If you need to use it for the face, then choose a facial moisturizer to reap all the benefits.


Moisturizer Ingredients

In order to fully treat your dry skin, you should look for a product that’s made from an ingredient that has undergone extensive research. The result of the research should be compelling and conclusive.

Take note that there is not one single ingredient that is perfect for the skin. But there are probably a dozen ingredients that can work well for you, regardless of your skin type. Here are some of them.


  • Emollients

Emollients are ingredients that lubricate the skin and minimize water loss. They soften, beautify, and smooth your skin, as well as reduce signs of aging.

All these are important in maintaining the skin’s silky and radiant texture. Emollients can come in the form of thick, solid or fluid and may also come with non-fragrant plant oils.

Emollients may also come with cocoa butter, Shea butter, fatty acids, linoleic acid, borage oil, coconut oil, sunflower oil, avocado oil, primrose oil, as well as mango butter.


  • Antioxidants

Antioxidants play an important role in alleviating the dryness of your skin. Sometimes, dry skin is a result of the damaging effects of the sun along with other external factors.

If you have dry skin, your skin’s ability to produce moisture will be hampered. When the damage accumulates, your skin won’t be able to regain its smooth texture back and your skin will remain rough.

Potent and stable antioxidants can step in to protect the surface of your skin from further damage and shield it from the damaging effects of the environment.

We cannot avoid getting exposed to various environmental factors, but there are ways to tame it. So in order to achieve the best results, choose a moisturizer that’s formulated with several antioxidants such as vitamin E that can rejuvenate your skin in many ways.


  • Skin-Replenishing Ingredients

Look for moisturizers that contain skin-replenishing ingredients. These ingredients can help to enrich your skin surface by drenching it with enough hydration and then locking the moisture in.

This amazing benefit can help your skin to feel soft, smooth, and supple, which is the total opposite of dry skin.

There are various types of skin-replenishing ingredients that are used for moisturizers. But the ones that are truly effective at boosting hydration are alpha hydroxyl acids, ceramides, hyaluronic acid, sodium PCA, glycerol, glycerin, petrolatum, silicones, and salicylic acid.


  • Sunscreen

When worn during the day, it’s important that your moisturizer contains broad-spectrum sunscreen. If possible, it should be rated at least SPF 30+.

It’s unfortunate that a lot of the moisturizers and anti-aging products in the world cannot keep up with the damaging effects of constant sun exposure of the skin, even during cloudy days. Remember that the sun can still see you even if you cannot see it.

If you will not keep your skin protected from the harmful rays of the sun, it will continue to wreak havoc on your skin and will prevent it from locking moisture in. It will also replenish the vital substances that can help to prevent your skin from drying.

So when it comes to buying a moisturizer for day use, look for one that says “broad spectrum” in its label.


Applying moisturizers should be important for your daily skincare regimen. But when it comes to buying a moisturizer, make sure you choose something that can work well for you.

It should be effective at keeping your skin hydrated and locking the moisture in. Furthermore, it must also contain ingredients that are good for your skin.

When it comes to this, the Pumpkin & Spice Day Moisturizer is highly recommended. It’s rich in Vitamins A, D & E, and has antioxidants that protect your skin from the harmful free radicals.

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