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4 Ingredients That Should Be In Your Skincare Products

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Here are the top 4 ingredients you want to look for in your skincare regimen.

Retinol

Retinol is derived from plants and is the purest possible form of Vitamin A. Vitamin A is a potent antioxidant clinically proven to stimulate the body's natural production of collagen and increases the rate of cellular metabolism. These two factors allow your body's damaged and/or dying skin cells to be efficiently replaced with healthy, vibrant ones. This causes unwanted brown spots to naturally fade away while improving skin’s firmness.

Retinol is one of the most well-studied anti-aging skin care ingredients available, so you can always count on its effectiveness. It is also suitable for all skin types. 

Hyaluronic Acid

This compound is naturally found in the dermis layer of your skin. It helps skin cells retain moisture that would otherwise be lost from environmental factors. Well-moisturized skin appears more youthful and toned compared to skin that is dried out. Every prospective client will be interested in this powerful moisturizer.

Adequate hydration helps skin appear plumper, which mitigates the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and skin blemishes. It’s suitable for all skin types since water is the primary ingredient. This includes oily skin even though it has the highest risk for developing acne.

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C)

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate is a pure form of Vitamin C. It blocks the production of blackheads, brightens dark sun spots, evens skin tone, and reduces scar-related discoloration. It stimulates collagen production to help smooth out wrinkles and acts as a natural sunscreen. Sunscreen protects your skin from harmful UV radiation, which is one of the leading causes of free radical damage to facial tissues.

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate is less acidic than other forms of Vitamin C, eliminating the stinging, irritation, and redness commonly associated with Vitamin C-infused beauty products. This makes it suitable for all skin types, giving it the broad appeal to almost anyone.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA'S)

This broad category includes fruit, lactic, and glycolic acids. They offer a broad range of benefits when used as skin care ingredients. They mitigate wrinkles, facial discolorations, age spots, and fine lines. The results are achieved through exfoliation.

 

 


4 Responses

Susan
Susan

March 27, 2019

I’m loving the blog posts!

FT Styles
FT Styles

March 26, 2019

Thank you, ladies! Stay tuned…we have much more coming

Becky
Becky

March 15, 2019

Great Info! Thanks for sharing. I always love to learn more about skincare. :-)

Mia
Mia

March 12, 2019

Great post!

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