Sunday, May 12

Moisturize Your Skin with Emu Oil and Linden Blossoms

emu oil cream
Emu Oil Cream (Photo credit: No Middle Name)
As we age, our skin becomes more and more prone to dryness and sagging. A lot of reasons for this exist, but the most common causes include the natural loss of collagen, which promotes elasticity and firmness of the skin; the reduction of moisture, which promotes cellular hydration; greater damage to cellular membranes because of free radicals; the inevitable slowing down of skin renewal; and excessive exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays. These factors definitely hasten the appearance of wrinkles for men and women in their thirties. The good news is that you can take preventive measures, such as keeping your skin hydrated using an effective moisturizing beauty product.

Realize that each time you're out in the sunlight or you expose yourself to harsh elements outdoors, your body loses a lot of moisture. This increases your risk of wrinkle formation. When you stay outdoors for quite some time, don't forget to apply a generous amount of sunscreen lotion with at least SPF 15 grade protection and all-natural moisturizers. Sunscreen lotions help prevent premature signs of aging.

linden tree blossoms
Linden Tree Blossoms (Photo credit: not on your nelly)
It is very crucial that you make use of natural moisturizers, which do not rely on preservatives and artificial boosters that can cause cellular damage to your skin. Choose moisturizers that contain all-natural ingredients, such as emu oil that is easily absorbed by the skin and remains there for a longer period. Emu oil has cosmetic properties that mirror the effects of mineral oil on skin. It's also effective in healing an inflamed area of skin, such as when a bad case of acne vulgaris breaks out or when eczema or dandruff develops.

An additional important component is Linden blossoms, which according to studies, is a powerful anti-wrinkle ingredient. They reduce the appearance of scars, liver spots, and acne as well as revitalize dull or dry skin. Additionally, the flowers of the Linden tree smell great. They're also used to brew organic tea, which has many health benefits, including lowering one's blood pressure.

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