Good Skin Reactions to New Products
Herbs, essential oils and most of the other ingredients that are found in the korean skin products contain medicinal actions and are introduced for a specific purpose, meaning, the formulations that create our various products were initially designed to cure certain skin health issues.
As you may already know, there are three basic skin types; Normal, Oily and Dry. Keep also in mind that, your skin could also be sensitive, prone to allergic reactions. The herbs and essential oils in the korean skin care products are precisely selected to normalize the skin given one of the skin types. They will have a therapeutic effect on the skin’s structure and function so that it provides an environment under which your skin will begin to function normally again.
Bad Skin Reactions to New Products
Naturally there are times when a new product may in reality cause a bad skin reaction. What you probably didn’t know is that a bad reaction a lot of times appears very similarly to a good reaction. But how can you tell the difference and what should you do?
The first thing to do every time you buy a new skin or personal care product is to test it to see if you have any unwanted reactions to this product.
Before you buy a product, look at the ingredients list and see if the they are easily recognisable. The easiest way to figure it out is this: if the ingredients are easily recognizable it is probably that the ingredients are of a natural source and have not been excessively modified. But if you need a chemistry degree to understand what the ingredient is, it is probably for it not to be a holistically-natural ingredient. Clearly, it can still be a natural ingredient that it has been isolated and is used in a concentrated, possibly even synthetic form.
Unfortunately it is true that most ‘natural skin care products’ widely available in stores are nothing near to being natural or that matter organic. Almost all of them have minimal quantities of a certain natural ingredient and are referring to the single natural ingredient in the product, and not at the nature of the product itself.