Welcome to Part 2 of our Ingredients to Avoid in Skin Care series! If you haven't had the chance to read Part 1 where we cover Sulfates, Mineral Oil/Petroleum/Silicone, and Polyethylene Glycol (PEGs) - click here!
At InstaNatural, we believe in the power of natural and safe skin care products and we aim to educate and empower our customers throughout their journey. Whether you’re a novice just getting started or a seasoned veteran looking to expand your knowledge, we hope this list of ingredients to avoid in your skin care provides you with the information to feel confident in your skin care decisions.
Chemotherapy, while providing lifesaving benefits in treating cancer, can unfortunately come with side effects that affect your skin's health. We’ve rounded up 7 tips and simple swaps for your everyday skincare routine to help ease common symptoms and help you feel your best during treatment.
As time passes, it is inevitable your skin will change. You may start to notice the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, or that your skin is not as plump as it used to be. Dark spots, fine lines and other signs of aging don’t happen overnight, they form over time and can be caused by multiple factors including environmental aggressors. Although it is completely normal you can certainly act early to slow down the skin’s aging process.
Dealing with both dry and sensitive skin can be difficult. It is often challenging to find products that provide enough hydration to the skin without irritating it. Natural products are the best for this skin type because of their gentle ingredients and effective results. Whether you’re looking for the best ingredients in a toner, serum, oil or moisturizer for your skin type and concerns, we’ve narrowed down your choices to four gentle, yet powerful ingredients and products that are easy to integrate into any skin care routine. For those of you that want to soothe and replenish flaky, irritated skin consider these ingredients and products.
There are a handful of ways to remove your makeup such as oils, foams, scrubs and wipes but our absolute favorite way to get a deep clean is with a cleansing balm. Cleansing balms can provide so many amazing benefits to the skin. Here's everything you need to know about cleansing balms.
Summer usually means you’re spending time outdoors in the sunshine. Consequently, with prolonged exposure to heat and ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun, your skin is more prone to getting sun spots. Here are five ways to prevent summer sun spots.