Like almost all the important things in life, getting your health and beauty in order takes time. It’s easy to fall into a routine and then forget to assess if a given product is truly beneficial over the long-run.
However complacency can be dangerous, especially when you are dealing with chemical products to be applied to your body. The latest scientific discoveries could reverse our previous knowledge (remember Marie Curie died of anemia before anyone knew radiation exposure could be dangerous). It’s just good sense to take some time to examine the potential benefits, hazards, and cost-effectiveness of the products we use each day.
As a ‘newbie’ to Paul Penders International line of natural cosmetics, I’m just starting to learn what each product contains and how it can be used as part of a daily beauty regime.
In the shower this morning, I quickly lathered up with the last of my old cheap shampoo from the convenience store. I’m looking forward to trying out the Paul Penders shampoo but my Puritan ancestry still whispers, “Waste not, want not…”
As I watched the suds swirl down the drain, I wondered, “Does anyone know how long a shampoo or conditioner should sit on our hair? What about how long a cleanser or moisturizer should sit on the skin? How long should we wait before rinsing off in order to reap the benefits?”
The ever-present economic question comes up, “How much money am I wasting if I wash off the product just seconds after applying it?”
Paul Penders International research scientists deal with these questions about Time, Money, and the Benefits of natural cosmetics every day. Here are just a few of my questions to be explored in future blogs:
- How long should products ‘sit’ on the hair or skin before rinsing?
- Is there a cumulative effect from repeated use over time?
- Do the ingredients interact in some way with the rinse water?
- How much of the benefits are lost if you wash off immediately?
- What is the optimal beauty regime for use of the Paul Pender products?
The Paul Penders Blog welcomes your questions which we’ll try to answer.
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By Teviot Fairservis.