Choosing the Right Supplement for Your Skin Type

 

Supplement

Caring properly for your skin is one of the best things you can do for your body. Your skin absorbs substances it comes into contact with, including the toxins and chemicals present in our environment. Since the skin is also the largest organ in the body, it plays huge role in your overall health. Supplements like sea buckthorn products are important part in supporting not only your skin health, but your immune health as well.

What Is Your Skin Type?

Not every supplement is best for every person. That’s because there are different skin types that all need different types of care. Your skin may be especially dry or especially oily. You may suffer from conditions like acne or eczema. Your skin might be sensitive to certain ingredients or easily damaged by sun and exposure. You might even have a combination of several of these skin types!

What to Look For

When looking for skin care products, choose one designed to address the issues your skin struggles with. People with dry skin–and related issues like eczema–need products to help their skin retain moisture. People with acne and overly oily skin, on the other hand, can benefit from cleansing products that remove toxins and debris from the pores. Hypoallergenic products without extra fragrances or chemicals are good things to look for as well–especially for people with sensitive skin.

Because people who make sea buckthorn supplements and other skin care products know that your skin isn’t the same as everyone else’s, you’ll find a wide variety of products to choose from, letting you select the one that’s perfect for you.

Oils vs. Pulp

Even within the fairly limited range of sea buckthorn supplements, you’ll find different choices.  Sea buckthorn supplements come in two major categories: sea buckthorn seed/fruit oils and the berry’s pulp. The fruit oil contains virtually all the omega 7 content, which, when taken internally, promotes healing of the skin from the inside out. Sea buckthorn seed oil provides the added benefits of omega 3 and omega 9.

The pulp or puree of sea buckthorn gives the full spectrum of nutrients provided by this little orange berry. Over 190 nutrients and omegas 3, 6, 9, and 7 provide whole body nutrition with added skin enhancing benefits.

 

 

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  1. gloria durst
    gloria durst says:

    I like how you say that you need to be sure to address the specific issues faced by your skin. FInding a cream or other treatment that is good for what ails you would be really important. My sister suffers from dry skin, so she’ll have to find a treatment that will address this.

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    • Wendi Coombs
      Wendi Coombs says:

      You’re right Gloria. Finding the right topical products to meet your skins needs is important. You should suggest SIBU and sea buckthorn supplements to your sister. The internal hydrating benefits of Omega 7 could really make a difference for her dry skin.

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