why you should be using customized skin and hair care

As a general rule, I have oily skin. When I was younger, I always thought it was weird that I needed to moisturize my already-oily skin. I mean–isn’t there enough “moisture” there to begin with? So I did a little research, and you know what I found? Our body is pretty darn smart. Oil is produced for a reason (even though some of us have a bit too much and some don’t have enough). For those of us with oily skin, if we stop moisturizing, our body tells the skin that it needs MORE! Guess what happens…yep, it produces even more oil than before. The same is true for those with dry skin. When we slather on the moisturizer, out body thinks it’s getting at the very least enough and possibly too much. That means it doesn’t produce as much!

So how do we fix it? We use customized skin and hair care products! Even two people with seemingly similar oily skin have completely different biological factors in play. When they use the same products, they might have similar results, but those products will probably work better for one person than for the other.

It’s also important to consider the ingredients in the products. When we use products with artificial chemicals and other additives, our body doesn’t know what to do with them. Our reactions to those ingredients can vary in degree, but one thing is certain–they won’t be overly effective for the long-term. And worst case scenario…they cause other problems down the road!

The thing I love most about my homemade, all-natural products (I make a full skin care set with cleanser, toner, and moisturizer; hair and body wash; and lotion) is that I can customize them for my needs. Since I am prone to acne, my skin care set includes carrier and essential oils to help minimize acne-causing bacteria. Since my hair tends to lean toward the oily side, my hair and body wash includes carrier and essential oils that are of a lighter “weight” and that have deep cleansing properties. I also make hair and body wash and skin care for my husband. He has more of a combination skin (some areas are oily while other areas tend to be drier), and he is prone to dandruff. The carrier and essential oils in his products are chosen to specifically address those needs.

Make the switch today to customized products, and you won’t be disappointed!

Read more:
easy homemade skin care
homemade dry shampoo
choosing carrier and essential oils for your skin type
choosing carrier and essential oils for your hair type
all-natural foaming face wash
homemade non-greasy lotion

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Jodi Hoyt

Jodi Hoyt is a content specialist and blogger working out of a home office in Sioux Falls, SD. Through Jot, she provides copywriting, proofreading, and editing services for any personal or business need. Specialties include digital content creation and copywriting for social media platforms, websites (with an emphasis in SEO tag words and key phrases), and print materials. Jodi has been a freelance consultant for nearly ten years, and she officially started Jot (previously Hoyt Consulting) in January 2011. She earned her Master of Business Administration in 2009 from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND, and her Bachelor of Music in music theory and composition in 2004 from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. Additionally, Jodi is an adjunct business instructor at Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls, and she is a creator and blogger with Simple Family Remedies. Jodi and her husband, Nathan, married in 2004 and have a two-year-old son, Lincoln. They are expecting their second son in May 2018. They also have two cats. In her spare time, Jodi loves to golf, run, ride bicycle, and play sand volleyball. She is also a big Marvel fan and a self-proclaimed tech geek.

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