How to choose the Body wash according to your skin type?

 Natural Solution     |      2019-05-25 16:09

Body wash is the best way to suds up and gets neat and clean, but they contain additional benefits as well. There are basically 2 types of formulas, so have a look and see which type of body wash or shower gel best suits your skin.

Shower Gels:

These type of formulas are usually clear, they are available in bright colors and might be labeled as a body wash or shower gels. They are very similar to the shampoos and their main functions are to clean the body and it means that they are made of water plus detergents (called sodium laureth sulfate) that is commonly used to formulate shower gels.

Surfactants are well known for cleaning purposes like they remove oils and grime from your hair and skin. They work well especially on skin that’s why many companies use some conditioning ingredients to keep skin from drying out. Somebody wash is designed specifically according to the skin type and detergent level tends to be used in low quantity than the shampoos. Also, shower gel is super fun to play with the different kinds of aroma as they usually use a higher level of fragrances as compare to shampoo. you can call these 'body washes for oily skin"

body wash for dry skin

Pros:

Cheap, an ideal cleansers and tons of scents to choose from.

Cons:

Surfactants might dry out the skin and it might be irritating due to the high level of fragrances.

Best for:

Oily skin types that doesn’t experience the skin sensitivity.

Moisturizing Body wash:

Moisturizing Body wash formula is creamy instead of liquids, they look like lotions, thick and fall under a variety of names like cream oil, nourishing or deep moisture. These body wash provides cleansing as well as the a benefit of skin moisture. The ingredients used to formulate the body wash are water and detergent same like shower gel but they also contain the high level of oil like soybean or sunflower etc. or might be petroleum jelly.

Moisturizing body wash is fairly substantive to skin it means that they stick well even after the body wash is rinsed away. This substantive quality makes your skin feel fresh, slick and moisturized.

lavender body wash

Pros:

Less drying than shower gels, leave your skin hydrated and moisturized.

Cons:

Formula might be expensive and your skin fee sticky after shower.

Best for:

Best for normal dry skin for moisturizing purposes.