Are your dry skin care products hurting instead of helping your dry skin?
Most dry skin care products on the shelf today contain harsh artificial chemicals, fragrances, colorants, antibacterial agents, and other harmful ingredients that damage your skin’s protective layer and strip away natural oils. Dry skin products that contain a long list of chemicals leave skin slick and greasy in an attempt to hide the symptoms of dry skin.
Dr. Peter Helton
There are no regulations within the skin care industry regarding the use of the term “natural”. With the move towards more natural, healthy products many dry skin care lotions are labeling themselves as “natural” when they sometimes contain toxic ingredients that are irritating and possibly carcinogenic. Skin MD Natural is more than 93% natural and does not contain any harsh chemicals or irritants. Its lightweight formula goes on easy and doesn’t leave skin greasy. The nourishing antioxidant and vitamin rich ingredients make it the ideal dry skin care product.
“The Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion™ does provide an invisible barrier onto the skin to help protect us from all these irritants, which can lead to dry skin, eczema and other skin problems. What I like about Skin MD Natural is that it’s not greasy, it goes on the skin smooth and silky and you don’t even feel like you have anything on”
Dr. Lisa Benest
The dry skin care lotion that protects against dry skin
Frequent hand washing and exposure to harsh irritants are leading causes of dry skin. A good dry skin care product should do more than just replace lost moisture; it should prevent dry skin from occurring. Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion™ is water resistant, protecting hands from dry skin caused by hand washing, dish washing, and exposure to cleaning products.
“Every day our skin is exposed to numerous chemicals and irritants just in everyday life and you don’t have to be working in chemicals or with cleaning fluids to have that happen. Skin care and skin treatment are important in today’s polluted environment.”
Dr. Lisa Benest