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People come to Claribelskincare.com when they are ready to find the very best in all natural skin care products with the most desirable earth derived ingredients. We formulate our products with active ingredients, extracts, botanicals and essential oils. Every order is freshly batched daily.
Our natural skin care products are highly concentrated, paraben free, synthetic free, sulfate free, chemical free and cruelty free.
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Natural Skin Care Products Made Fresh Daily
Our natural skin care products hold a five star rating for customer satisfaction, and contain the most successful active ingredients for a variety of skin care goals and concerns. Our ingredients are plant and earth based, and have rated very well in clinical tests.
We combine ingredients in one of a kind combinations that are most promising for extreme effectiveness.
While most companies will only provide trace amounts of a valuable ingredient, we guarantee that we use the maximum recommended percentage.
We batch our natural skin care products daily, fresh made to order. All orders are made fresh, and never pulled from an inventory. Our products are meant to perform at a high level because they are fresh and effectively formulated with the very best active ingredients and botanicals.
One of a Kind Formulas
Our natural skin care products include active ingredients and botanicals that are very successful in clinical studies and have proven to be effective at helping you achieve all of your skin care goals.
Some key plant and earth based ingredients that we include are alpha arbutin, argan oil, vitamin c, niacinamide, l-carnosine, l-carnitine, sea kelp bioferment - and a wide array of concentrated extracts such as cinnamon, hibiscus, licorice, green tea, bearberry, elderberry and ginkgo.
History and Lore of Beauty & Natural Skin Care
History offers no shortage of beauty and lore to assist in natural skin care, anti aging prevention and overall beauty. Skin care treatments can be dated back as far as 10,000 BC. Ancient Egyptians used copper and ground semi precious stones for eyeshadow and cosmetics. While this may sound extravagant, these ingredients also served the purpose of protection from the elements and sun, as well as insect repellent.
Ayurvedic skin care dates back approximately 5,000 years, and their approach was medicinal and holistic. Their anti aging skin care products often contained, almonds, carrots, avocado, cocoa, coconut oil, cucumber and ginseng.
In historical Hebrew times, it was illegal to use certain oils or ingredients for beauty or secular purposes.
Starting in the 15th century, lead was used to remove skin spots, create a facial peel, and make a lightening foundation. In time it was realized that any skin products containing lead were highly dangerous and could cause facial paralysis and sometimes death.
While skin care took a turn toward some unhealthy ingredients for quite some time, thankfully consumers are looking for the best in natural skin care products that contain plant derived ingredients that have been proven to be effective.
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"WOW!! Just after 2 uses myself as well as my mother both were amazed by the results! Completely changed my skin texture! It’s so smooth, bright, and clear of any bumps, breakouts, etc. I can't stop touching my face! I initially got this because I am working on healing my acne scars, so I've been experimenting with peels. Although, this product alone isn't the cure for dark spots, it will definitely HELP! … by reducing breakouts all together! There's nothing more frustrating than treating dark spots just to have another breakout -__- that causes more spots! I literally haven't had ONE zit or breakout since using this. I'm much more confident in my skin now! :) " - Joselyn P.
"I took off my eyelash extensions and was desperate for a fast and more natural product to repair my broken down lashes. This product is AMAZING! It's been a little over two weeks and I cannot believe the exponential growth! If I get any in my eyes, there will be a slight tearing but the ingredients are so natural that a little water in the eye fixes it very easily. I will definitely be buying more." - Megan L.
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The Benefits of Natural Skin Care Products
Many people don’t consider that even their most favorite skin care products can contain harsh chemicals, preservatives, and non skin friendly ingredients. Some can also be deemed as toxins and harmful if used at larger percentages. Most products on the shelves in stores have an abundance of chemicals, harsh preservatives, synthetics, fillers, and artificial ingredients that are absorbed through the skin. This can cause unfortunate consequences and create some adverse reactions.
Keep in mind that store bought products that contain synthetics, preservatives and chemicals can effect a person in a negative way and cause damage if used for a long or extensive period of time, as well as not be good for the environment. Many manufacturers that are featured in stores do not take part in eco friendly packaging practices or use recycled goods and materials.
If you find yourself wanting to make the transition from store bought manufactured products to a more natural skin care routine, you’ve come to the right place. We have a long list of natural skin care products to choose from that will suit you based on whatever your skin care needs are. You may even find that your needs change from time to time, based on the seasons, your health conditions, hormonal changes, or changes in lifestyle. Rest assured we will have just what you need. We have been selling 5 star products to our faithful customers worldwide and they come back regularly knowing they can count on our exclusive and freshly batched products.
The Downside to Mass Produced Products
It’s very common today to be surrounded by prepackaged, mass produced products for your skin, home and kitchen. They can be very convenient but can often product harmful side effects or consequences. This is the reason for the surge in individuals who are aiming to eat whole foods and live a healthier lifestyle.
It can be very confusing trying to decide which products to buy for your skin and body. Some research is often your best defense in going over the facts and determining which ingredients to avoid and which ones to focus on depending on your skin care needs. If the ingredient sounds like a chemical, it probably is, and reviewing the facts can help create a better sense of understanding with what you’re putting on your skin. Keep in mind that large manufacturers have no other choice but to include harsh chemical and preservatives, so as to ensure long shelf life and avoid a spoilage recall with their products.
It's always safest to use ingredients that are derived from the earth and that are plant based. There are many wonderful extracts, botanicals and oils out there that can help transform your skin to better health and appearance.
We make sure our ingredients are all plant derived and that our products are only batched when a customer places an order. We do not keep our products on a shelf waiting to be purchased.
Our Promise To You
We offer a no hassle satisfaction guarantee. Just let us know that a product isn’t a good fit for your needs and we can arrange for a quick refund or exchange.
We process your order promptly and batch each order fresh as it is ordered, never pulling products from an inventory.
We offer free shipping for all orders, every day, worldwide.
You will receive a tracking number to ensure proper shipment of your order.
We guarantee that our natural skin care products include 100% accurate label information.
Our company is FDA complaint and we are properly licensed in the US.
All of our ingredients are derived from the United States to ensure accuracy and quality.
Our natural skin care products do not contain parabens, sulfates, petroleum, synthetics, chemicals, artificial fragrance, artificial color, or harsh unfavorable preservatives.
Wonderful Natural Skin Care Ingredients You’ll Find in Your Own Kitchen
While there are many suggestions for natural skin care remedies - sometimes those suggestions include herbs or options that we may not readily have in our own home. While you can purchase just about anything online, it's nice to know you have some handy and effective ingredients around either at home at your local grocer for very little money. We've compiled a list of solid options that help alleviate skin care issues ranging from inflammation, prescription induced rashes, discoloration, eczema, and acne.
Olive oil is a great choice for skin irritations and/or eczema. Olive oil contains a compound known as oleocanthal, which has been found to stop the activity of two specific enzymes (Cox-1 and Cox-2) in the body just as ibuprofen and other NSAIDs would do. Plainly said, olive oil will help calm irritated and inflamed skin, but in addition to that, is also known as having valuable antioxidant properties. It will not clog pores, and with regular use can protect skin from future sun damage.
Yogurt contains zinc, lactic acid, b vitamins and calcium – all which play a vital part in healthier skin. Zinc is a great anti-inflammatory and can curb redness of the skin. Lactic acid is a natural exfoliant and will help keep pores clear and is a great anti-aging ingredient. Calcium will encourage cell renewal and contains antioxidants.
Aloe has long been known for its healing and anti-inflammatory qualities. It has antimicrobial properties, which help prevent and clear up acne. Pure aloe vera is more like a liquid than the gel you normally see in stores. You’re best bet is to stop into a health food store, as they’re most likely to have the best kind for you.
Rosehip Seed Oil:
Using rosehip seed oil in your skin care regime will help do a number of important things, like help cure rosacea and acne. It encourages cell turnover and skin regeneration. Look for cold pressed rosehip seed oil which contains more nutrients and hasn’t been altered by heat while being produced. Rosehip seed oil also contains vitamin c and lycopene, so it can repair damaged, reduce discoloration, pigmentation, and aging skin while restoring elasticity.
Honey is a very well known skin remedy that has been used for a very long time, and definitely beneficial to many skin issues. The antimicrobial properties in honey help kill the bacteria that causes acne. It is an anti-inflammatory as well, making it a great choice to add to any mask or treatment.
Studies have shown that ginseng helps improve the effects of aging skin and can enhance the production of collagen. Further studies show that it is vital in wound healing. It’s a great choice for balancing skin oil production and thus reducing future breakouts. Adding this ingredient either fresh or dried to any mask will offer many benefits.
The NCBI has published studies that show how Colloidal oatmeal can correct of atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, drug-induced rash and other conditions. Their evidence also suggests that oatmeal can provide anti-inflammatory and antihistaminic activity to irritated skin.
Two specific studies conducted by Dermatological Research and Fitoterapia indicate that cucumbers can successfully soothe skin and relieve skin irritations, and well as reduce swelling. That explains all of the photos you’ve seen with a person lounging peacefully with cucumber slices over their eyes. Consider grating fresh cucumber and apply against freshly cleaned skin to encourage these benefits.
Science Daily has noted that the polyphenols in green tea will help kill free radicals, thus reducing the risk of the development of skin cancer. Green tea also contains EGCG, which has also been shown to cause skin cells to divide again and regenerate. A nice immediate effect to applying green tea to skin is it’s ability to reduce swelling, especially handy for puffy eyes or a long weekend of indulgence.
Cinnamon is one of the most effective remedies for acne, eczema, and general skin irritation, either in powdered spice form or as an essential oil. Applying cinnamon to skin can help correct hormonal imbalances within the skin that can produce Propionibacterium acnes and Staphylococcus epidermis (acne causing bacteria).
Many of you have already heard of the benefits of lemon for skin, and have probably read some blogs that suggest lemon is too acidic to use topically. Not only is this false, but studies sited by Medical News Daily prove that it is in fact very healthy and beneficial to be applied topically to skin. Since lemon contains vitamin c, it is an excellent choice in helping skin fight sun damage and increases the production of collagen. Huffington Post also sites studies that show lemon’s benefits for skin. Lemon also contains calcium, magnesium and potassium – minerals that are highly beneficial to skin health. Fresh lemon will also heal acne, remove blackheads, and lighten dark spots. If you have highly sensitive skin, you can dilute fresh lemon juice and apply with confidence.
Tea Tree Oil:
The National Institute of Health has conducted studies showing that tea tree oil can alleviate bacterial wounds such as acne. Additional studies show that it can athlete's foot, nail fungus, and dandruff. It’s a common ingredient that can be found at any health food store. NIH also notes that when tea tree oil is combined with benzoyl peroxide, it can be very effective in controlling acne.
Consider adding any of these ingredients to your next shopping list if you don’t already have them around, to naturally help cure and soothe skin issues easily and
Top 12 Skin Care Tips
Wear Sunscreen: We can talk everyday about the need for sunscreen because it’s that important, and it can be an added step that is sometimes inconvenient, but it’s necessary. If you find one that’s right for you – feels good on your skin, works well under cosmetics, isn’t irritating, etc., then that’s half the battle.
Eat Breakfast: The first meal of the day for New York City derm Doris Day, MD, includes almonds. "They contain essential fatty acids, which help put the brakes on inflammation that accelerates fine lines, sagging, and blotchiness." Not feeling like a nut? Salmon, tuna, and halibut are good lunch/dinner sources.
Stay Hydrated: To keep her skin supple, LA-based derm Jessica W., MD, sprays her skin several times a day with a mineral water product – being stuck in traffic is the perfect time. Find a fortified mineral water spray that’s right for you and convenient to carry around.
Calm Down: If anyone has stress, it's doctors. High levels of tension can spike hormone production that leads to breakouts or aggravates conditions like psoriasis. "Controlling stress keeps your skin calm—but that's easier said than done," says Annie C., MD, a derm in LA. Taking a 10-minute time-out to apply a face mask and relax on her bed works for Chiu. Another trick: Ban the 'Berry. "I turn off my cell phone after 8 at night. Every little bit helps!" she says.
Wear Mineral Cosmetics: Sunscreen stops working in less than 3 hours, so reapplication is key, says Washington, DC-based derm Elizabeth T., MD. For an added layer, she uses powder foundation that contains sunscreen. "It's light, so skincare stays intact." Mineral cosmetics are highly beneficial to your natural skin care routine.
Pair Your Potions: Pairing ingredients can result in better effects and more rejuvenation for the skin. Some ingredients—like sunscreen and antioxidants in the morning or retinoids and peptides at night—work better as a team," says New Orleans derm Mary L., MD.
Develop a Bedside Manner: "I often find it difficult to maintain a bedtime routine for skin care," says Francesca F., MD, an NYC derm. To avoid missing her evening routine, she stores these products in a pretty skincare case she keeps on her nightstand. "So if I've forgotten—or was just too tired to apply products before bed - I can do it easily while in bed." Her must-haves: a retinol product, a night cream, a foot cream, white strips for teeth, and an oil to moisturize cutlicles.
Skip Sodium: Diet soda is a vice for many people, per Audrey K., MD, a KC, dermatologist, and a hidden place for an abundance of sodium. Make the important switch to water and you’ll look much better fast.
Cut Back on Sweets: The breakdown of sugars, called glycation, damages the collagen that keeps skin smooth and firm. To prevent this natural process from careening out of control, Naila M., MD, a derm in TX, sticks to low-glycemic carbs like whole grains; they're naturally low in sugar, and the body processes them slowly to limit the loss of collagen.
More Tea: In her teens, Amy W., MD, an NYC derm, started drinking green and black tea for the taste. Now she drinks several cups a day to safeguard her skin. Research suggests that both types of tea contain protective compounds—like EGCG and theaflavins—that help prevent cancer and the breakdown of collagen, the cause of wrinkles.
Sufficient Rest: While you're sleeping, your skin is hard at work. Night is the ideal time to treat your skin for two reasons: Your skin regenerates at night, and several potent ingredients in skin-care products are broken down by sunlight and aren't as effective during the day. Find a night cream or serum that can stimulate cell growth to promote new collagen production.
Face Wash: Try a supercharged face wash. Perhaps one with glycolic acid or microdermabrasion crystals, because they treat while they cleanse.
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This information is not intended to replace a consultation with your doctor or health care professional and this information is not intended to serve as medical advice.