9 Best Natural Ingredients for Healthy Skin and Hair Care

9 Best Natural Ingredients for Healthy Skin and Hair Care

If you ask any skin care expert about their best skin or hair tip they’ll probably recommend checking the ingredients of the products you are about to use first as tip # 1.

Don’t get fooled by expensive packaging or misleading promises. At Pure Fiji we take pride in ensuring that we are providing our worldwide customer base with the safest and most natural ingredients. Knowing this about Pure Fiji saves you time and money, while reducing breakouts and fine lines at the same time.

Here are nine of the best ingredients you need to know about to nurture & maintain radiant skin!

1) High-oleic oils: Dilo Oil, Sikeci Oil and Macadamia Oil

Fatty acids are the building blocks of oils. What makes oils different from one another is the combination and percentage of fatty acids they each contain. It’s these differences that determine how they will affect your skin.

Why Dilo Oil, Sikeci Oil and Macadamia Oil are good for your skin and hair:

  • Suitable for very dry skin, as they deliver heavier moisture than even the most potent night cream.
  • Helps improve thickness of hair.
  • Good for sensitive or acne prone skin.
  • Provides anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and healing support.
  • Helps fight acne, softens the skin and keeps it supple & youthful.
  • Nourishes and protects the skin without being too heavy.
  • They may be best known for their ability to heal, hydrate and plump the skin.
  • Helps maintain shine and strength of hair.
  • Macadamia: excellent for ageing skin.

These ingredients can be found in:

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2) Cold pressed virgin coconut oil

Why it’s good for your skin and hair:

  • Moisturizes, nourishes and protects skin.
  • High in Vitamin E and fatty acids (such as lauric acid, myristic acid, capric acid and more) which are anti-fungal, anti-oxidizing.
  • Anti-bacterial.
  • Firms, tones and heals skin.
  • Unclogs pores.
  • Moisturizes, nourishes and protects the skin.
  • Skin protection, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkle.

These ingredients can be found in:

MORE SKIN CARE TIPS: 10 Clever Ways to Use Coconut Oil for Skin and Hair

3) Dilo oil

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • Regenerates skin cells, highly moisturizing.
  • Soothing and healing effect on almost any form of skin irritation. (Sunburns, inflammation, rashes, insect bites, acne, eczema).
  • Regenerating effect on the skin’s epidermis, and accelerates the healing process.
  • Stimulates the healing of scars and decreases their visibility.
  • Speeds and facilitates healing of burns, bruises, wounds, etc.
  • Firms and tones the skin by realigning lipids- anti wrinkle.

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4) Passionflower

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • Full of vitamins A and C, and essential fatty acids.
  • It’s known for protecting the skin against environmental stressors.
  • Great for keeping the skin looking firm and youthful.
  • It reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and keeps the skin smooth and plump.
  • It hydrates and moisturizes the skin without clogging pores
  • It’s soothing and calming for dry, itchy, and irritated skin.

These ingredients can be found in:

5) Pineapple enzymes

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • Removes ageing cells and brightens skin.
  • Pineapple is rich in Vitamins C & E which are the two you need to pep up your skin when it's looking a bit meh. They’re known to brighten and even out skin tone whilst being an antioxidant and prevent the skin from environmental pollution damage during the day.
  • It’s also a gentle exfoliator. The enzymes found in pineapple can slough away dead skin cells and reduce the appearance of blackheads, which means its ideal for anyone struggling with persistent dark spots.
  • Pineapple is also a natural anti-inflammatory so when blemishes appear, the fruit will help reduce redness and swelling. Basically, it’s the answer to all our skincare dreams.

These ingredients can be found in:

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6) Dilo leaf

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • The leaves have large amounts of flavonoids, poly-phenols and anti-microbial properties which stimulates collagen to smooth and plump skin
  • Contains vitamins A, B and C
  • Purifies skin
  • Anti-microbial
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-oxidant
  • Anti-histamine
  • Skin protection and anti-ageing

These ingredients can be found in:

7) Coconut milk

We’ve all heard of take of taking a milk bath, right? Well, if you are going to do it (and you should) use coconut milk instead. It is a great moisturizer due its soothing properties.

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • It has high levels of Vitamin C which helps maintain elasticity and flexibility of skin. It is also rich in copper, and prevents wrinkles, sagging skin and age spots.
  • It combats dryness, itchiness, swelling, and redness, soothes the skin, and promotes a healthy, glowing skin.

Creative Ways to Use Pure Fiji’s Milk Bath Soak:

  • Add 1 cup of rose petals, ½ cup of rose water to lukewarm water in a tub with ¼ cup of Pure Fiji Coconut Milk Bath soak.
  • Grind 1/2 cup of old fashioned oatmeal and mix it with ¼ cup of Pure Fiji Coconut Milk Bath soak and add 1 tablespoon of honey.
  • Add 1 cup Epsom salt for muscle soreness in a tub with ¼ cup of Pure Fiji Coconut Milk Bath soak.

These ingredients can be found in:

8) Ngi grass

Why it’s good for your skin:

  • Boosts hydration by increasing cellular water flow as well as moisture holding power for 24 hours.
  • An increase of 60% hydration, immediately after application.

These ingredients can be found in:

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9) Hydrolyzed Soy Protein

Why it’s good for your face and hair:

  • Created for tired and untoned skin: it reduces irregularities and dryness, and effectively fights wrinkles and face lines by oxygenating the skin.
  • Encourages the skin to absorb oxygen and make it more receptive to oxygen… but most importantly it also increases the efficiency of the cells respiration process, decreasing damage and stress due to oxidative damage and therefore allowing the skin to “relax”.
  • When used in skin care products it increases the ability of the skin to hold moisture and provides a smoothing effect for minimizing roughness and wrinkles.
  • In hair care, this product has been shown to improve gloss and texture, increases moisture retention, and improves manageability and body.

These ingredients can be found in:

Gorgeous, healthy skin is not just in your genes — your daily habits, in fact, have a big impact on what you see in the mirror. Consider these ingredients the next time you need to stock up on your face and hair care products. Remember that getting great results are only seen with consistent use. Aim to use a product over at least six weeks, once or twice daily, and you’ll be able to see if your investment has made any difference in your skin.

Posted: Sun, Sep 15th, 2019