Natural Skin Care Products Lincoln NE

Nothing beats the skin-nurturing effect of an herb-rich facial moisturizer or a natural, botanical-brand cleanser. Over the years, however, misunderstandings have cropped up regarding how to define a "natural" skin care product.

Wingsets Aromatherapy
(402) 489-1885
4061 Teri Lane
Lincoln, NE

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New Image Salon & Spa
(402) 476-3078
144 N 44TH St Ste 100
Lincoln, NE

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Oasis Barber Shop & Salon
(402) 477-4282
2208 O St
Lincoln, NE

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Stacy's Shop
(402) 435-3552
824 P St Ste 102
Lincoln, NE

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Directive's Salon
(402) 477-6921
1200 N St Ste 205
Lincoln, NE

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Sephora
(402) 466-2222
68 Gateway Mall
Lincoln, NE
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Monday-Saturday:10am-9pm
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Hair By Lana
(402) 477-2266
2704 Y St
Lincoln, NE

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(402) 217-8202
701 P. Street, The Creamery Building, Ste. 106
Lincoln, NE
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Audrey Gossard Salon
(402) 464-4191
4242 Cornhusker Hwy Ste 6
Lincoln, NE

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(402) 477-9939
2701 O St
Lincoln, NE

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By Laurel Kallenbach

Nothing beats the skin-nurturing effect of an herb-rich facial moisturizer or a natural, botanical-brand cleanser. Over the years, however, misunderstandings have cropped up regarding how to define a "natural" skin care product. Although there's no standard definition for "natural" skin care, a good rule of thumb is to look for products with familiar names such as chamomile, lavender, rose, and aloe vera at the top of the ingredient list. (Ingredients are listed on the label in descending order, starting from the largest quantity and getting smaller. Anything that makes up less than 1 percent of the product may be displayed toward the bottom of the list in any order.) Skin care products containing mostly botanical oils and herbs will help enhance the natural function of your skin.

However, if you want to dig deeper into cosmetic ingredients, you must be willing to decipher some chemical hieroglyphics. "Cosmetic manufacturing is a sophisticated art and labels are difficult to read. There's no way around it," says Tara Schweig, who's worked in the natural personal care industry for 25 years and is western sales manager for the Bˆrlind skin care line. "The law requires that manufacturers use certain terminology on labels, and it can be confusing." For instance, although the common term for one antioxidant ingredient is vitamin E, its chemical name, tocopherol, must appear on the label. Azulene and bisabolol are actually derived from skin-soothin...

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