Butylene Glycol

Butylene glycol is added to skincare products to increase their penetrability and boost the delivery of active compounds into the skin. As a humectant, butylene glycol draws moisture to the skin from the dermis and surrounding environment, providing the needed hydration to skin cells and potentially reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

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Allantoin

Known for its keratolytic properties, allantoin increases the water content of the epidermal cells while aiding the process of desquamation of the stratum corenum. It promotes cell regeneration and can help reduce acne scars and create a more balanced skin tone. Its ability to retain moisture in skin cells keeps the skin youthful, plump and supple.

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Phytoceramides: A Botanical Facelift

In 1884 German physician L.T. W. Thudichen discovered the presence of ceramides in the human brain. Ceramides are key lipids (fat molecules) that are naturally found in the skin’s outer layer and act as a binding agent between skin cells. They also strengthen the skin’s natural barrier and lock in moisture so the skin remains hydrated, resilient and youthful-looking. However, by the time a person reaches his 60th birthday, the upper layer of the skin may have thinned by as much as 30%.

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Check Your Skin Health

Healthy and beautiful skin – who doesn’t want it? Especially in this age where appearance and first impressions matter greatly, looking good is more than just a vanity project – there is a practical and tangible value to it. Our earlier blog posts have touched upon the essential rituals in skincare such as hydration and moisturization. We’ll now cover the tell-tale signs that your skin is not in the best of health and that you ought to examine your current skincare regimen to see if it is adequate and effective. As dermatologists like to say: the skin can be a window to your underlying health thus it deserves your best attention and care.

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Water Works For The Skin

The skin is a protective organ – the great wall that keeps everything inside the body in, and shields us from the elements, germs and surrounding toxins. It is also the body’s largest and fastest-growing organ and plays a major role in shaping our public persona – specifically in defining how we look to the world. It does so much for us that it begs the question: are we doing enough to give the skin the proper care it deserves?

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Skincare Made Easy

Many people think that they are taking good care of their skin just because they are applying face creams and cleansers. However, not many feel that they are winning the war on fine lines and wrinkles. This is because bags and sags, coarse skin texture, dull skin tone and dark shadows load up the years even more. The good news is there’s a great deal you can do to ‘stop the drop’ without going under the knife.

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Save Your Own Skin

While the idiom meaning is to protect oneself from trouble without trying to help others, in skincare parlance the literal significance is intended without the slightest narcissistic nuance. As the body’s protective covering, the skin prevents germs from entering and wrecking havoc on internal organs, safeguards other body parts and helps to maintain immune health. On the face, the skin is considered to be the main emissary of beauty by most and many are willing to invest substantially to get their desired complexion. Ceramide for skin is essential in skin care regimen. It can make a healthy skin glows from within.

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