Let the Web familiarize you with the special needs of your skin, and teach you good skin care habits to help you look and feel your best. If you have a specific skin condition you need to treat, are looking for skin care products to purchase or want to develop a regular skin care routine, the Skin Care Web Guide can help.
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Not only can you buy skin care products online, but most sites that deal in skin care products also offer valuable information about them. The following sites point you to some of the most reliable resources to buy skin care products of all kinds, including natural and organic items.
- If you're buying makeup online, be advised that it is often difficult to match your skin tone to the colors on the screen. You might consider testing your shades in a store before purchasing them online.
- If you experience allergic reactions or irritations from skin care products, you may find the natural and organic Web sites listed below to be helpful. “Natural” and “organic” aren't the same thing, however. The USDA's organic guidelines outline the differences.
To know what to look for …
describes a number of essential skin care ingredients to look for when purchasing lotions or cleansing products. The explanations are valuable because they offer warnings when a product might irritate sensitive skin.
For standard skin care products …
offers mostly creams and serums by some of the most high-end skin doctors and product lines. The site also allows you to select a skin condition and browse products designed to cure it.
Skin Care Rx
arranges products by skin type, condition and treatment. The site is helpful in tailoring products specifically to your needs.
categorizes skin care products by skin condition. When you select a category, links to price ranges appear so that you can shop for what you need within a budget.
For skin care products made especially for ethnic skin …
is a site for women with an extensive section specifically for women of color. This link offers product reviews for skin and beauty items, and also offers tips and techniques for skin care.
is a beauty product line designed specifically for women of color, although products can be used for all skin types and shades. There are more than 300 products available for skin and general beauty needs.
For organic beauty products …
gives an overview of the organic skin care market. The site is British but allows you to easily convert prices from pounds to dollars on products you're considering purchasing. “Your Online Consultation
” can help you learn about your skin type and how to care for it organically.
has more than 800 organic skin care and beauty products, many of which are quite expensive. There are, however, more than 150 free samples available, and you're allowed to order between two and five at a time, depending on the amount you spend on other full-sized products.
The Organic Beauty Expert
is a blog that offers articles and discussions about what constitutes organic products and why they are better for your skin. You'll also learn about a variety of other organic body care items.
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