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AHA stands for alpha hydroxy acid. BHA stands for beta hydroxy acid. AHAs are water-soluble acids made from sugary fruits. They help peel away the surface of your skin so that new, more evenly pigmented skin cells may generate and take their place.
Avocado Oil Researchers have documented how natural oils like avocado oil can be beneficial for your skin. ... The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skinfrom damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.
Blueberry seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids and phytonutrients, including omega 3 fatty acid, high in Vitamin A, B complex, C and E. Effectively moisturize and improve skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles, dryness and skin lines. ... Excellent for sensitive and oily skin, skin with large pores as well.
Grapefruit Oil what is it about the fruit that benefits the skin? Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, grapefruit extract applied topically can provide an array of anti-aging benefits like evening skin tone and fighting off free radicals. When eaten, it provides the body with important nutrients essential for healthy skin.
Lemon Oil Top Benefits of Lemon Essential Oil. Lemon Essential Oil is a natural detoxifier and contains antiseptic properties that aid in clearing up pimples and acnefrom the face. By doing so, lemon also tightens the skin, preventing wrinkles, and removes excess oils that clog pores and cause blackheads
Licorice as a mixture of actives, liquorice extract contains many ingredients with skin lightening benefits. Some of these work traditionally by inhibiting tyrosinase activity whereas others also lighten skin but by other mechanisms. This make liquorice extract an attractive and very effective skincare ingredient for lightening and brightening.
Vitamin C can also help fend off the signs of aging because of its vital role in the body's natural collagen synthesis. It helps to heal damaged skin and, in some cases, reduces the appearance of wrinkles. Adequatevitamin C intake can also help repair and prevent dry skin.
Vitamin E It can help reduce the appearance of scars. Free radicals also make it harder for scars to heal; try applying vitamin E oil to diminish more permanent marks. It may help moisturize skin. While vitamin E's main role in creams and lotions is as an antioxidant, it could help soften skin as well.
Tomato Extract The extract of tomato, which is commonly used in cosmetics, is a weak antioxidant source. ... Antioxidants are proven to prevent free radical damage, aid inhealthy cellular function, and strengthen skin.Tomatoes contain both vitamin C and vitamin E.
Coco Butter It's the fat source used to make chocolate, even healthy chocolate, responsible for giving it its alluring, melt-in-your-mouth, silky feel. Plus, just like other skin-loving sources of healthy fatty acids — such as raw shea butter or coconut oil — cocoa butter is great for naturally healing dry, sensitive skin
Emulsifying wax is used in more modern times as a medium for making skin care products. It can blend oil and water in facial creams, body lotions, moisturizers and other skin care products. ... In the hair industry, emulsifying waxes are also found in pomades, hair creams, hair colorants and many other hair care products.
Mango Butter is emollient, highly moisturizing, and very nourishing. ... The Vitamin C in mango butter helps it to boost the skin, brightening it, while the Vitamin A helps to increase the skin'syouthful appearance, reducing fine lines. Since mango butter is a rich moisturizer, it is very soothing and healing.
Glycolic Acid is a powerful exfoliant, clearing away the dead skin cells that can fill up your cells and lead to blackheads and whiteheads. However, you'll also find it in anti-aging products and peels, since the exfoliating ingredient can help treat dullness, uneven skin tone, and fine lines is a powerful exfoliant, clearing away the dead skin cells that can fill up your cells and lead to blackheads and whiteheads. However, you'll also find it in anti-aging products and peels, since the exfoliating ingredient can help treat dullness, uneven skin tone, and fine lines
Alpha Arbutin blocking of melanin synthesis will result in lighter skin. Effective in reversing problems like freckles, patches from prolonged sun exposure, age spots, and liver spots. Alpha Arbutin successfully blocks skin's tyrosinase activity resulting to the prevention of melanin formation
Kojic's Acid primary use — and benefit — is to lighten visible sun damage, age spots, or scars. This can result in an anti-aging effect on the skin. In addition to skin-lightening effects, kojic acid also contains some antimicrobial properties.
Niacinamide also known as vitamin B3 and nicotinamide, niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles, dullness, and a weakened surface.
Glutathione A potent antioxidant that can even be taken as a food supplement. Glutathione makes a fantastic partner to well-studied skin lightening ingredients like kojic acid. While studies show glutathione is safe for use on skin, not so much is known about how well or how quickly glutathione can lighten skin. For this reason, be sure your choice of lightening skincare uses glutathione accompanied by one of the other skin lightening ingredients on this list.
Azelaic Acid is the same pH level as your skin, which is also slightly acidic. Azelaic acid is most commonly known for its abilities to help calm rosacea – a chronic redness accompanied by irritation and scaling. However azelaic acid is also a nicely effective skin lightening ingredient. Used in skincare azelaic acid will not only help even your skin tone, it will also help keep your skin clear.
Mulberry Extract is an up and coming skin lightening active. Sources boast mulberry extract may even have better efficacy than the very controversial Hydroquinone. Named a superoxide scavenger, paper mulberry extract can also help protect skin against damaging free radicals i.e. pollution induced age spots.
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snake venom While you probably think of snake venom as harmful, it actually can produce anti-aging benefits when applied topically to theskin. ... Through years of research, it was found that snake venom temporarily inhibits muscle activity, which prevents and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Snail Extract The glycolic acid in snail mucin is said to help your cells produce collagen and elastin, which even out skin tone and smooth its surface.
Grape seed oil is rich, moisturizing and gentle; massage therapists sometimes reach for it to give their treatments an extra skin-hydrating benefit. Grape seed extract, meanwhile, delivers vitamin E, a nutrient that concentrates in the membranes of skin cells and helps hold on to moisture.
Pineapple extract is known to contain the fruit enzyme 'bromelain'. It is an effective exfoliant that sloughs off dead cells on the surface of the skin while imparting benefits. ... Fruit extracts are meant for adding nourishing properties to the formulation and not for scenting the products
Acai Berry one of the main skin and hair benefits of acai berries is the antioxidants which are known to be an aging beauty's partner in crime. It's rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E so it's going to revive your skin, heal damaged skin cells, and restore moisture..
Pomegranates are rich in vitamin C, a nutrient quite important for skin health. They are also packed with antioxidants like proanthocyanidins and flavonoids that work great for the skinby delaying the signs of aging (like wrinkles). ... It also has anti-aging effects
Green tea extract applying green tea fights skin cancer by promoting DNA repair. Green tea contains a powerful antioxidant called EGCG that fights DNA damage from UV rays to prevent skin cancer. ... The catechins in green teareduce irritation, redness, and swelling
Green coffee beans are replete with antioxidants and offer excellent anti-aging effects. The chlorogenic acid in the seeds was found to improve skin properties and microcirculatory function in humans. Ingestion of the beans decreased skindryness and transepidermal water loss and improved skinsurface pH levels.
pumice stone exfoliate skin with a scrub and warm water to remove dead skin cells and soften hairs. Lightly towel dry your skin so it's still damp. Rub the pumice stone onto hairs in a circular motion with gentle pressure until hairs rub off. Moisturise thoroughly.
Arabica coffee using an arabica coffee scrub on a daily basis can help your skin's health tremendously through exfoliation. ... The caffeine content in coffee scrubs contains anti-inflammatory benefits, meaning that it can help reduce any redness or any problematic breakouts
of the most well-known benefits of collagen
is its ability to promote glowing, vibrant skin
. This essential protein provides elasticity to the skin
, helping it to appear more youthful and healthy. But as you get older and collagen
production declines, fine lines, loose skin
, and dryness can occur
25K Gold dust
It slows down the collagen depletion, increases skin's
elasticity, lightens the skin's
complexion, stimulates the cells making the skin
firm, improves blood circulation and prevents premature aging, wrinkles, tanning etc.