The Importance Of pH For Our Skin

I believe pH balance sounds very familiar to you, but what is the optimal pH level? Generally speaking, our skin pH level should be around 5.5 more slant towards the acidic scale. The acidic mantle allows our skin to retain its moisture as well as preventing bacterial growth as well as having other skin conditions.

What damage our skin’s healthy pH level?

The answer is most of the cleansers. Most cleansers which include both face and body cleansers all made with an alkaline base. They were made with an alkaline base because alkaline-based cleansers cleanse oils, impurities and dirt off without much assistance. Remember, when we use high alkaline soaps to cleanse our skin, it will damage our skin mantle. When the skin mantle is damaged, it will lose its ability to retain skin moisture and lead to other skin conditions such as dry, flakey skin and eczema-prone skin.

I have done a pH level test on three different types of cleansers. One of them amazed me on both the pH level and how well it cleanses dirt and impurities. The Nuskin body bar pH of the soap is 5.5, which is the pH of our natural skin mantle. I would strongly recommend this product to people who suffer from eczema, dry, rough, and sensitive skin.

Nuskin Body Bar contains aloe vera, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), and jojoba oil to condition our skin, pH balance, 100% soap-free, the scent derived from grapefruit extract. Overall it’s gentle yet effectively cleanses our skin. It’s a traditional cleanser that is great for the whole family.

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