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 What is the best face moisturizer?

Best Overall: Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream. ...
Best Splurge: Crème de la Mer Moisturizing Cream. ...
Best Splurge: Formula 21 Lady Thulston   Ultimate Skin Revitalisation Jar 50g Anti-Wrinkle Cream 
Rare white diamond cream Anti-Wrinkle and Firming Face Cream  
Best PH-Balancing: Base Butter Radiate Face Jelly. ...
Best Drugstore: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel. ...
Best for Oily Skin: Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Cream.

 Which moisturizer is best for daily use?
The Absolute Best Moisturizers for Dry Faces Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel Cream. ...
Olay Regenerist Deep Hydration Regenerating Cream Moisturizer. ...
Avène Cicalfate Restorative Skin Cream. ...
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 History of American Native Skin Care.
Shampagne explores what women did to moisten their skin.
Shampagne lived in Florida, USA for over 15 years and she interviewed Elu a friend and local Florida Native American’s who shared her makeup secrets with Shampagne.
What Indian tribes lived in Florida?
The Seminole Tribe of Florida and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida are two of three federally recognized Seminole nations, along with the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. There are six Seminole Tribe of Florida reservations across the state of Florida.
Elu says. “Indian skin is much thicker than that of people from other regions in the world. Compared to Caucasian skin, it is more prone to tanning but less prone to getting sunburnt”
What are the 4 types of skin?
There are four basic types of healthy skin: normal, dry, oily and combination skin.
Skin type is determined by genetics.
What does oily skin look like?
An oily skin type is exactly what it sounds like – excess oil on the face produces a persistently shiny or greasy appearance. If you do not treat your oily skin, pores can become clogged and enlarged, and dead skin cells may accumulate. Blackheads, pimples, and other types of acne are also common with this skin type.
Is it better to have oily or dry skin?
But oily skin does have a plus: It wards off wrinkles better than dry skin because the oils keep skin moister and smoother. Using moisturizer is one way to lessen the impact of wrinkles before they appear. If you have oily skin, you can keep your skin clear and less wrinkled with hypoallergenic moisturizers.
If you go on the Birth control pill
you will find your oil in your face will dry up. Discuss with your doctor the best Birth control Pill and how it can solve excessive oil in the face.
Elu tells me Native American Women used aloe vera to soothe and heal the skin, as well as to hydrate and protect it from extreme climates in areas like dry deserts. It was also used to treat sunburn and for soap. Today, the ingredient is included in many skin-soothing formulas from after sun cream to face masks and moisturizers.
Long before moisturizer could be purchased at convenience stores, or anti-wrinkle eye cream Indigenous people created their own skincare and cosmetic products with minerals, oils and plants harvested from the Earth.
Products are made with a variety of curative, healing plants used in ancient Native American medicine, such as sweet grass, cedar, yarrow, chamomile, and hibiscus. Elu said her Mother use to sell herbal balms, lotions, teas, massage oils and tinctures made from native plants to help heal a variety of conditions, such as burns, cuts, arthritis, sore muscles, stress, and eczema. Their products are sold mostly at powwows, Native American conferences, museums, casinos, and health food stores. Elu said her mother had a Spa Line of lotions, shampoos, conditioners, scrubs, and oils made from plants that, according to ancient wisdom, have special healing powers: tobacco, sage, sweetgrass and cedar. Native Naturals says that their products were created “for those who want to connect more fully with the world of plants and spirits; to reconnect with the source that deeply feeds us – to bring mind, body and spirit into perfect balance.”
For centuries, Aborigines in Australia
have used emu oil as a natural sunscreen, and today scientific studies prove it soothes skin and reduces inflammation thanks to its essential fatty acids.
Aboriginal women also first discovered the ability of yarrow extract to prevent stretch marks. Now yarrow-based hydrating creams are marketed to pregnant women to rub on their bellies.
Many ingredients in modern day beauty and makeup products, like the Aloe Vera used in makeup remover, the jojoba in face moisturizers, and the Yucca used in firming facial serums were discovered (and used) by Native elders hundreds of years ago.
Shampagne visited her Aunty Dora
who also made home made beauty products and asked her what the Victorian women would use for skincare.
Her research found: -
Victorian-era cosmetics refers to cosmetic products used during the Victorian age.
Victorian cosmetics were often toxic or otherwise damaging. Commonly used products included ingredients such as lead, mercury, arsenic, and ammonia. Many cosmetic products were aimed at achieving as pale a complexion as possible, as this would indicate a woman did not have to work outside and was thus of high status.
The two main styles were "natural", which conveyed that a woman was of good morals, and "painted", which was somewhat provocative.
A pure, natural face, free from blemishes, freckles, or marks was considered beautiful. However, that did not mean woman did not secretly concoct their own remedies and cosmetics to enhance features and hide imperfections. Societal women did not want it known that they wore cosmetics, so their beauty rituals were not publicized or discussed. One of the most important features to a woman in the Victorian Era was to have the most translucent, pale complexion possible.
A fair and healthy complexion distinguished a woman's social status. A lady of a higher social standing would use accessories like gloves and umbrellas to help protect her from the environment. Cold cream - consisting of water, oil, emulsifier, and thickening agent - became a staple in the beauty rituals of Victorian women.
It was believed that cold cream is beneficial for cleansing the skin and providing a moisturizing effect, and so the cream was essential to Victorian women who wanted to maintain very soft, delicate skin. It was one of the only products in the Victorian era that was safe to use and not looked down upon.
The invention of cold cream goes back to antiquity.
Aunty Dora showed me a photo of one of her relatives who would use the ‘Painted’ look. They used white paints and enamels on their faces and arms. This would mean avoiding exaggerated facial expressions because the substances would crack. These substances were also corrosive to the skin because they contained lead, mercury, and arsenic so women would have to keep applying them to cover the damage. We enjoyed re-creating this look in Gatwick Gangsters for the Queen Victoria Scene.

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