When choosing a cream, serum or face mask, you need to pay attention to active substances. What are some of the best cosmetic ingredients?
Hyaluronic acid is contained in skin cells, but after thirty years its level decreases, and there is a need to apply it to the skin. Hyaluronic acid perfectly moisturizes (each molecule can hold more water than its own weight), eliminates free radicals, promotes regeneration, as it supports the natural process of collagen and elastin formation, and also smoothes not only small, but also deep wrinkles.
Retinol, a derivative of vitamin A, has been an indispensable component of cosmetics for 40 years. Effectively fights pigment spots, as well as fine and deep wrinkles, strengthens the skin, promoting the formation of collagen, keratin and elastin. Retinol, as well as cosmetics containing it, not only prevents the formation of pigment spots and aging of the skin, but also effectively fights against its dryness, weakening and peeling. Ideal for night care.
Describing the effectiveness of vitamin C is quite simple: for the skin, it is like a surge of energy that gives radiance and eliminates any signs of fatigue, and also reduces dark circles under the eyes... In addition, it is an excellent antioxidant that fights free radicals and gives the skin youthful look, evening out her tone. Highly concentrated serums are recommended to be stored in a cold and dark place.
...or liquid gold or Moroccan gold. It has a wide range of uses: from nourishing the skin to smoothing and strengthening split hair. Reduces scars and is great for eczema, acne or skin burns (has healing properties). All thanks to the content of vitamin E or essential fatty acids and phytosterols.
Collagen fibers are the natural protective barrier of the skin. Collagen smoothes the skin, strengthening not only it, but also joints and tendons. However, with age, its amount decreases, so after thirty years it is recommended to use cosmetics containing collagen.
Moisturized skin also needs cleansing. That is why the favorite component of cosmetics is AHA-acids or BHA-acids, which are used in high concentrations under the supervision of a doctor in the so-called chemical peeling procedure, and in smaller amounts for more delicate chemical peeling of the skin at home. In combination, these acids "split" the connections between cells, promoting the removal of dead cells.
We carefully select the active ingredients in our skin care products for the best results. See the range and product lines on the website.