Organic Skincare Verses Chemical Based Products
Women today are so confused when they go to buy skincare products. There is so many products available today at beauty salon, departments stores & online.
What is best, the one advertised on TV by a well known celebrate or shopping centre X Brand or do we go Natural & Organic will it give RESULTS??
Are the products you use tested on animals (if you saw the pictures of trauma these animals go through you would STOP using those products) more information at end of blog.
Our skin is the largest living organ of our body, do you want harsh chemical applied to your skin??
Do you want these chemicals on your skin?
Sodium Laureth Sulfate
Animal Derived Ingredients
TDOY Skin Care believes in Natural & Organic & checks out the benefits
Aloe Vera – rejuvenates the skin cells up to 8 times
Grapefruit Extracts – natural fragrance
Vitamin A – reduces wrinkles
Vitamin E – natural antioxidant
AHA or Glycolic Acid – derived from sugar cane
Lavender – healing & fragrance
Zinc Oxide – healing of skin wounds & firming skin tone
Your facial skin is made up of three layers the epidermis (what we see), dermis (the middle layer) and subcutaneous layer (the third layer). Your skin, due to shedding of skin cells, replaces itself every 7 years. Actually, your skin sheds every 28-45 days, rejuvenating the epidermis and allowing the next generation of skin cells to come forward. What happens is we get a BUILD UP of DEAD SKIN CELLS this will make your skin look tired, uneven tone & fine wrinkles may appear. With young skin types they get blocked pores that forms pimples and scar tissue.
We shed about 40 lbs of skin in a lifetime! The dead skin needs to be slough off to allow the new cells to the top.
Skin science using AHA
Glycolic Acid – Naturally sourced from bilberries, citrus fruits and sugar and containing alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Glycolic Acid, which is made from sugar cane, has the smallest molecule of all the Alpha Hydroxy Acids which gives it the best permeability of all the AHA’s. It is also used as a vehicle for ingredients with larger molecules for better penetration. AHA Acids have caused a sensation recently as anti-wrinkle active ingredients. They loosen the intercellular ‘glue’, allowing new cells to come through more rapidly and stimulate the formation of collagen and elastin. The visible effect is a skin which looks fresher and younger. AHA acids help remove the surface skin cells, improving skin texture and color. Skin is left feeling plump and glowing as the new skin layers are revealed. A cocktail of malic, tartaric and glycolic acid “skin rejuvenators”. The AHA acids directly counteract one of the main causes of wrinkles and dry skin: excessively thickened, hard skin as results from a slow regeneration process. The acids loosen the intercellular “glue” that holds the dead cells to the surface, allowing these to be shed more quickly and clearing the way for the growth of new cells. The skin appears fresher and smoother. Additionally, the skin is cleared of smaller irregularities or impurities – an effect welcomed by many women, especially at critical times of the month.
TDOY uses natural AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) or Glycolic derived from sugar cane in a simple and highly effective daily skin care program. AHA is a natural substance found in basic foods plants and the human body.
Despite its modern chemical name, the beneficial effects of AHA have been used for centuries. Cleopatra use to have her legendary milk baths and tales of woman using red wine baths to keep their skin youthful. TDOY NATURAL & ORGANIC SKIN CARE RICH in AHA as this is recognized as a key ingredient for addressing fine lines, wrinkles, open pores, acne, dryness, scar tissue, pigmentation and many other skin issues.
AHA is one of the KEY ingredient & essential today for a youthful complexion.
TDOY Foaming Cleanser benefits with 5% AHA buffs off the dead skin cells.
TDOY Serum 12.5% AHA applied at night time, slowly breaks down and unglues the dead skin cells. Regular use of TDOY skin care will help your skin to reveal its radiant beauty, reverse any damage to the skin and maintain the results.
Are the products you use tested on animals (if you saw the pictures of trauma these animals go through you would STOP using those products TODAY)
Testing consumer products on animals is illegal in Australia, but that hasn’t stopped big companies like Procter & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive and L’Oreal from torturing animals in other countries before sending their products down under for us to buy… In fact, before stocking our supermarket shelves, these cruel companies pay big bucks for thousands of animals to be poisoned, burnt and killed. Why would they do this? In an attempt to find out the toxicity of the chemicals that make up cosmetics, cleaning products, drugs, pesticides, foods and even packing materials.
Cruel companies expose animals to chemicals that may cause painful eye and skin irritation, developmental abnormalities, cancer and death. The pain from such tests can be excruciating, yet animals are typically not given pain relief, as the ‘scientists’ fear anesthetics could affect the toxicity of the chemicals being tested. So the animals are left to languish in pain.