Dimethicone is an excellent Skin Care product but whether it is right for you depends on what you are looking for. It is a type of silicone oil. Silicone oils in general add glide and smooth properties to skin care products. Dimethicones are unmodified silicone oils. Unmodified silicone oils stay on the surface of the skin as the molecules are too large to penetrate deeply into the skin. Because it stays on the surface of the skin, dimethicone provides a skin barrier. This is an excellent ingredient for someone whose skin barrier has been disrupted by a laser treatment (apply immediately after treatment and daily for at least one week afterwards) or whose skin barrier is seriously compromised, such as someone with rosacea whose epidermis is thin and needs added protection. Dimethicone will help take over some of the normal functions of the skin barrier, such as preventing transdermal water loss. It is a good product to use in dry, hot climates. Dimethicone used in hair products coats the hair.
To use a dimethicone product, use it as the last part of your skin care routine. Wash, tone, moisturize, or whatever your skin care regime is. Let the moisturizer dry. Then apply the dimethicone. If you wear makeup, do not apply it until the dimethicone is completely dry (10-15 minutes) because dimethicone does not mix well with other ingredients.
A product with enough dimethicone in it to be theraputic will feel greasy until it dries. This is the nature of dimethicone--if it isn't slightly greasy, there is not enough dimethicone in your product to protect your skin. However, this "greasy" feeling does not mean that it is an oily unhealthy product. You only need a small amount of a good dimethicone product.
Dimethicone is a difficult ingredient to work with when making your own skin care products because it is resistant to blending with other ingredients.
Dimethicone is listed as an "unacceptable" ingredient in Whole Foods Organic Body Care products standards, presumaby because it is not organic. This may or may not have any relevance for whether or not it is actually good for skin.
Dimethicone is a medication that is used as a moisturizer to treat dry skin and skin irritations. It helps decrease itching skin and flaking.
No it is not, Dimethicone is a silicone in liquid form. It's like covering your head in plastic.
Dimethicone exist in some cosmetics and as an additive in some foods.
The chemical formula for dimethicone is: C6H18OSi2 The O is the single oxygen atom, its not a zero!
Dimethicone can be toxic if you do not use it as recommended. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients it can be toxic, and in some cases it can make your acne worse.
Of course it causes cancer! Everything causes cancer. Especially preservatives and artificial dyes that are in most of the foods you eat. Dimethicone is the least of your worries.
ya its good for your skin ..
Pancreatinin is a combination of digestive enzymes that help in digesting fats, proteins, and sugars. On the other hand, pancreatinin is combined with activated dimethicone to help eliminate flatulence and gastroesophageal reflux.
Maple syrup is good for the skin depending on the type of skin u have. it is good for rough skin but make cause skin pops on soft skin!!
La Mer is a very good skin treatment cream. It is definetily good for all skin types. I personally have dry skin and it works great for my skin. My friends also say it is good.