Most people have some form of skincare regimen that they follow, whether daily or every now and then. Not only does skin protect the body from a range of risk factors, but when it looks good it can also boost self-confidence, since clear, smooth skin acts as a marker of health and beauty in society.
Every aspect of skincare does not feel essential to everyone, but day and night creams are easy to find, easy to use and can make a noticeable difference in one’s complexion. It therefore makes sense for a cream to be one of the first products purchased by someone trying to attend to their skin more.
During the night, the skin repairs and regenerates. Night cream enhances this process and products often-most have further specialised effects: a Danish company has developed a fragrance-free night cream which focuses on maintaining moisture balance and reducing the depth of fine lines in the skin.
The Danish company, Ecooking, uses organic and natural ingredients; products are “produced with thought for you and the environment”. Regarding the state of the environment in the modern world, it is important as ever to consider one’s footprint. Even the night cream jar can be individually recycled as a jewellery box or spice jar.
It can be easy to stumble in the tangled wires of media and advertised products. A lot of people discover that they have essentially flushed money down the drain over a product that barely works, or even worse, has detrimental effects on their skin. Skin is unique to each individual and what works for some will not work for all. This is the reality that all skincare companies operate in and some, like Ecooking, persist in search of striking the right balance for a diverse consumer base.