For years we have all seen beauty industry power houses using the term “organic” or “natural” to sell a product, but what does it actually mean? Furthermore, what are the benefits of going all natural or organic with your skincare regime?
Our belief here at i.anka-eo is that if you can’t eat it, you shouldn’t put it on your skin. We realise not everyone might have evolved their yet, never having wondered why there is a protocol on your lotion for what to do if you accidentally ingest it. So here goes….
"Don't forget the vaseline!" These are the words that my Mum shouted whenever we were packing to go anywhere… no, really. For a long time, I actually used Vaseline on my face, because let’s face it… when you need that deeply moisturised feeling, it’s really good at giving it to you.
This is about all the ingredients that you should NOT be putting on your skin. A few of them are only in your skincare products because they keep the product from going bad, but the effect it has on your skin... not so good.
If you read the directions on most cleansers, they tell you to cleanse in the morning and at night. I've even heard of triple cleansing (yup that's a thing too). Then I heard Salma Hayek talk about it one day, and it blew my mind. Over cleansing could actually be one of the reasons you're still getting adult acne.
One of my favorite things to do is to run into people in the skin care section in stores. I am always interested to see how people react when I got through ingredients that are actually in a product that they are purchasing. Here I breakdown the ingredients in my latest product run-in.