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Body cream

The leather is not just an envelope that separates us from the outside world, or an aesthetic packaging for its own sake, but it is a real barrier, a protection system that should be treated and pampered as such.
Having beautiful skin is not just a matter of aesthetics, but a sign that our first defense is in good shape.
But when is our skin in perfect health?
When it is bright and well fed. This should occur naturally but more often than not it is up to us to take care of her, mainly thanks to a good and correct diet and with the support of specific and dedicated body creams.
Attention to power! Eating lots of fruits and vegetables provides all the substances necessary to purify, strengthen and brighten the skin. In addition to food, the best internal skin health ally is water: never drink less than a liter a day!
As regards, instead, the support of specific creams, these have the function of reinforcing the beneficial effect of a balanced diet, of pampering the epidermis and of intervening in situations and problems of which we can suffer.
Most of the time our attention is focused on the skin of the face, but it is the skin of the body that is the one that, most of all, needs constant care: how many times have we found it opaque or dehydrated? how many times, even for stress and psychological factors, has skin suffered? and finally, how many times have we wanted a smooth skin?
So let's focus on our body starting from the assumption that the skin is not the same on the whole surface.
The skin of the legs is usually more fragile and cracked, in addition to internal factors, it is subjected to mechanical stress caused by the rubbing of clothing; the skin of the back, on the other hand, can be more easily oily or have imperfections, this is because it is the most neglected and least nourished part of the body. It will seem a contradiction but often the skin is oily because it is not hydrated enough.


As we have already said, the body can present a non-uniform epidermis and with various problems also opposite to each other.
Let's see, however, what are the main types of skin and what signs they carry.
A sensitive and reactive skin is an epidermis that easily responds to external stresses: you can be sensitive to cosmetic ingredients, to external factors (temperature, sunlight, etc.) or to any agent that irritates the skin, in fact the most common sign of sensitized skin, is desquamation, redness and, rarely, erythema.
The skin, on the other hand, is oily when it has an accentuated shine that often results in pustules or pimples, small or large imperfections.
Lastly, the skin is normal if it does not have any of the previous characteristics but requires, in any case, basic care.


The question is from a million dollars: the answer too. Once we find the cream that makes our skin perfect, we can define ourselves as satisfied and happy, getting to this treasure is more complicated.
Meanwhile it is useful to specify some things, beginning with the statement of a basic rule: the skin, all skin types, must be hydrated and nourished. A healthy diet is essential and essential, creams do the rest.
Furthermore, in case of sensitive and reactive skin, it is necessary to turn to specialist doctors who are really able to suggest valid supports.
Another general rule, watch out for the INCI.
What is INCI? It is the standard and international name that indicates the ingredients present in a product. In practice it is the recipe of that product: through the elements that compose it we can get an idea of ​​what is inside and in what quantity, in the sense that the first ingredients are present in higher doses while the others go to climb.
The INCI is important because it allows you to avoid some products rather than others. By examining the INCI, it is possible to identify each component and understand if it is harmful or not; on the net, moreover, it is possible to consult biodadalters that classify more or less each substance, according to its own harmfulness. There are substances marked in red, which can be derived from petroleum or silicones, therefore not very healthy for the skin, substances marked in yellow, and substances marked in green that are of natural origin or in any case with beneficial active ingredients.
Reading the INCI is not an impossible task: just keep in mind what the most harmful substances are and try to avoid them, or weigh them in the quantity.


Probably for those who have never paid attention to these details, INCI and ingredients, the feeling is one of dizziness, however questions like those of the origin of the components of body creams, have become important and have made buyers more sensitive to these issues. But how to deal with body products without renouncing skin well-being?
Most of us consumers ignore it, but the ideal body cream exists and is the one that we ourselves can do with our own hands.
Today it is possible to prepare body lotion (and many other products) with little and at home.
The magic formula of DIY, do it yourself, combines economy and naturalness. Just go online and follow the tutorials of many beauty gurus to learn how to prepare a body cream at home.
Always thanks to the network, it is easy to find websites that sell raw materials at affordable prices, and ... voilà, with little, you can make your own cream, personalized and original.
The basic ingredients are all natural, starting with butters such as shea and cocoa, nourishing and moisturizing, and then moving on to oils and aromas, all one hundred percent beneficial!
In essence, it is a question of really taking care of oneself, personally.