To feel good about yourself and be confident, you have to take care of yourself. And it starts by taking care of your skin. The skin is continually subjected to external aggressions and can quickly become irritated. To keep your skin supple and soft, apply lotion every day after showering is recommended.
Lotion, what is it used for?
According to the definition, a lotion is a slightly aqueous liquid care preparation that is applied to the skin or hair to care or maintain the epidermis on the irritated areas.
A body lotion therefore moisturizes the skin and has other beauty benefits as well.
Lotion, cream, milk... what are the differences?
Nowadays, the number of products designed to take care of one's skin is incredible. Creams, lotions, oils, body milk... you would think that they all have the same properties but this is not quite the case. Indeed, even if their main attribute is hydration, all these products differ in their texture, among other things.
The greasy substance: the essential element in body care products
If you wish to moisturize your skin, the use of a greasy product is unavoidable. Regardless of the product chosen, the presence of a greasy substance is necessary to protect the epidermis.
Therefore, the texture of each treatment is defined by the proportion of fat present in the product.
Here are the different body care products in increasing order of their fat content:
The body milk
The moisturizing cream
The vegetable oil
The choice of one or the other of these treatments depends on your skin type but also on what you expect from your care. From moisturizing to toning and cleansing action to a softening and softening effect, each product has its own specificities.
Colloidal silver for the skin: a forgotten lotion
What is colloidal silver?
Colloidal silver is a solution based on silver and purified water that can be taken orally (only on medical advice) or applied directly to the skin.
Thanks to its antibacterial and antiviral properties, this naturally derived solution effectively treats all kinds of skin problems for both humans and animals.
The benefits of colloidal silver
According to a survey carried out in 2018, more than 1 in 3 French people would be affected by a skin condition. France would thus count nearly 16 million people affected by a skin problem. Acne, eczema, psoriasis, mycoses, warts, herpes and pimples... all these conditions are common among the population and colloidal silver in cutaneous application is ideal to treat them.
Acne is the scourge of adolescence, but not only. Sometimes this inflammation continues long after the hormone surge and it's not a pleasant experience. Colloidal silver is effective in removing skin bacteria and treating existing inflammation to reduce the amount of pimples on the face.
Colloidal silver is a great help for people suffering from eczema because it relieves itching and regenerates damaged and irritated skin. Thus, the red patches caused by eczema are quickly reabsorbed.
Psoriasis is a chronic disease that affects approximately 2.4 million French people. Caused by significant stress or emotional shock, it causes significant discomfort for those who suffer from it. Colloidal silver, as in eczema, relieves the itching and reduces inflammation.
Thanks to its cell regenerating, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, colloidal silver is ideal for relieving this skin disease.
10, 15 or 20 ppm: what does that mean?
Colloidal silver solution can be bought online, in organic stores and sometimes in pharmacies. This colourless liquid is found in different concentrations: 10 ppm, 15 ppm or 20 ppm. So what are the differences?
The acronym PPM stands for part per million.
Thus, a 10 ppm solution is only composed of silver ion.
In a 15 ppm solution, there are ions and a small amount of complete silver particles.