Skin care shopping may be difficult as most of us aren’t ever too sure about what we should be looking for and staying away from. Thankfully, pretty much all products include a list of ingredients used in them. Although this can be helpful, it can also be pretty confusing. When you’re on the hunt for new skin care products, be on the lookout for these hard working ingredients, to provide you with the best skin.
Many of us already understand most of the benefits Vitamin C has to offer. But maybe some of us don’t realize how much it can truly help our skin. It works to brighten, get rid of dark spots, and protect from sun damage. Vitamin C has proven itself to be one super important ingredient. No matter how old you are or what type of skin you have, vitamin c can work wonders. The biggest benefit it gives us when applied to the skin is protection from the sun, which we all need. Not only does it protect but it works to erase any shown damage from before. Vitamin C battles things our skin is exposed to daily.
This ingredient is created as an artificial version of a natural substance found in our body. This ingredient is the hardest working in all of our favorite moisturizers. It gives us awesome benefits in a few ways. This acid goes hard to work by not only locking in water to help with dry skin but it also helps to reduce any wrinkles.
AHA AND BHA
AHA and BHA are types of acids that recover the look and feel of skin by evening out your complexion. Natural versions of AHA are best for normal or dry skin and those who have sun damage. These kinds of acids help your skin lock in moisture and support the making of collagen. For those with oilier skin, BHA’s are better for you. These acids help get rid blemishes on acne prone skin, and also help lessen any irritation for people who have sensitive skin.
This ingredient is a part of the vitamin B crowd. Niacinamide works to do many things to help us out. It helps with circulation, gets rid of water loss, and helps with discoloration and healing imperfections. Niacinamide is sometimes put in serums and moisturizers because it helps to get rid of so many unwanted issues with our skin.
When you were a kid your parents may have secretly or not so secretly tried to give you Vitamin E. This may have been because it helps with scarring and chapped lips. Although this thick liquid may not have all the same benefits for us as we’ve grown up, there still are some things it does do good for us. Some of these could be it helps moisturize dry and flaky skin, reduces the look of scars, and protects, acting as a barrier. While for some people this may cause breakouts, if you’re luckier than them, it can have some great advantages.
These five ingredients are some of the most important to look for when testing our skin care products. The all work to improve and protect your skin, and leave you looking healthy and fresh.
About the Author: Thai Morrison, superstar esthetician and founder of her very own day spa & skin care collection, understands that ideal skin is seldom attained with a “universal approach.” Thai’s 20 years as a luminary esthetician and as one Dallas’s favorite skin care professionals, has generated a “real life” answer — products & services that are geared towards each of the different, individual skin types so you get precisely what is needed to look and feel your best.
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