How To Find Perfect Moisturizer By Skin Type

Not all moisturizers are the same, which is good because no two people have the same skin type! Each person has unique needs when it comes to the right face cream; one might have aging skin while another needs help with acne or oily skin. When you’re searching for a moisturizer or cream for your skin, you always want to search by skin type. Consider these tips on how to choose your moisturizer successfully.

Tip #1: Get to know the ingredients.

Very often when you search for moisturizers by skin type you’ll see some common ingredients in each product. These are typically best for treating your unique skin concerns, and you should learn the names so you can look out for them every time you shop.

For dry skin, look for various forms of oil that will add moisture back to the skin such as olive oil, which is a great, oil that grows from the olive tree. Witch hazel is commonly used in products for oily skin as it cleans and tightens pores. Ingredients like tea tree oil are also good for fighting acne, and you may see white willow bark extract in these products as well, since it works as

Between Exercise and Blood Sugar

In short, carbohydrates are a source of energy.

I refer to carbohydrates as energy because that is what fuels your muscles. Before we get into specifics, I want to debunk a carbohydrate myth that causes “low carb” diets to fall short: not all carbohydrates are created equal!

Now, let’s talk differences.

Simple carbs are the quickest source of energy and the most easily digested. The glucose in your blood will increase and decrease rapidly, also know as a blood sugar spike and crash. Examples include maple syrup, honey, sugar, and soda.

Complex carbs have a structure that is harder to break down by the body and usually present with fiber; therefore, it is slower to digest, giving a more steady gradual increased and decreased supply of glucose to the blood. Examples include legumes, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and seeds.

So what are refined carbs?

Refining: the human process of changing food

Refining complex carbohydrates affect blood sugar the same way as simple carbohydrates. Using refined carbs in your body as fuel is like trying to keep a bonfire going all night with newspaper. On the other hand, using unrefined carbs in your body for fuel is like using slow burning logs to keep a bonfire going all