Everything You Need To Know About Topicals
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Getting started with topicals
When you are first trying out a topical product. Please first make sure that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients. Next, apply a very small amount to an area of your skin that is not visible in case the product you have chosen reacts to your skin differently. This is more important if you are using a topical that contains non-organic or artificial ingredients.
Type of topicals
Topicals are a type of healthcare product that is mixed with certain ingredients and compounds to illicit a desired effect. They are only intended to be used externally, absorbed through the skin. Do not ingest topical products!
These products take many forms including: body creams, skin lotions, pain balms, transdermal patches (designed to penetrate deeper layers of the skin), eye creams, cooling gels, and facial masks. We feature various types of topical products in our store above.
Effects of topicasls
Each of these products are designed to fulfill a different need. Many topical products, such as cooling gels and pain balms, are created for localized pain reduction. Other products are made to protect the skin and relieve acne inflammation, such as facial masks, and lotions. Transdermal patches are another class of topical product that is intended to penetrate deeper into the skin to produce stronger effects.
Is there anything else I need to know
Of course! The world of topical products is vast, and there is an endless amount of options to choose from. We understand that it can be a little overwhelming to someone who is just trying out topicals for the first time. On important thing to note is that not all topical products are created equally.
Be sure to keep an eye out for products by companies that practice transparency and responsibly source their products. Using organic products are also an effective way to make sure that you aren't going to harm your skin with unknown allergens or toxins.
Note that price is not always a good indicator of a product's effectiveness. Some products react differently with others, so be sure to do your research and tests before you try something that might not be best for you!
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