Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Skin Creams For Everyday Women

When women are asked who they think has the best skin they've ever seen, it's usually celebrities they name. They'll cite products and thousand dollar deals that are obviously used to make those aforementioned celebrities glow with youth and exuberance. What those questioned ladies don't know is that celebrity-brilliant skin isn't hard to find, and it's less expensive than you'd think.

Compiled below is a short-list of some of the best skin creams -- all affordable and natural, for the everyday woman who wants to feel her superstar prettiest.


Crabtree & Evelyn Gardeners Hand Therapy

Marketed towards gardeners who know the aches and pains of yard work, this product is actually great for everyone. Made with nourishing shea butter to nurture and rejuvenate rough hands (and other bodily areas), this lotion is great for smoothing, refreshing, and softening. Callouses are eliminated and skin is renewed, giving a youthful feel to the texture of once dried-out hands, elbows, fingertips, and heels.


Origins A Perfect World Intensely Hydrating Body Cream

Concocted from a mixture of white tea and other nourishing antioxidants, this lotion is ideal for sensitive skin. It's packed to brimming with essential vitamins and minerals for the best possible dermis health. Sheen of protection prevents chaffing, damage from sun and free radicals, and premature aging.


L' Occitane Ultra Rich Body Cream (Shea Butter)

High concentrations of shea butter aid in cell regeneration, the healing of cracks and minor chaffing, and better circulation. Pleasantly scented with light jasmine, this brand of cream is popular for containing natural extracts that absorb quickly, leaving no grease stains or sticky residue.


First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream

Hydrated and soothing, this lotion contains colloidal oatmeal and shea butter to relieve minor skin irritations and rashes. A dab of this thick formula on the affected area will penetrate deep into the dermis, softening for hours at a time.

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