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Star Ingredients in Skincare

Several substances are now causing a buzz in the world of skincare. Everything in the skincare sector has become about star ingredients, which is good. They can be found in products including toners, serums, and moisturizers.

Our lab is where the majority of our work takes place. Every day in this place, we strive to strike the optimal balance between science and nature in order to infuse the outcome into our products. Our commitment for healthy skin is translated into high-performing formulations, time-saving regimens, active blends, and smart solutions for all of your skin challenges.

Today, we’ll talk about some of the other star ingredients that skincare fans have been fascinated with.

  1. Glycolic Acid : Glycolic acid is a sugar cane-derived alpha hydroxy acid (AHA). Because of its tiny molecular size, it can penetrate skin surface layers. Glycolic acid promotes exfoliation and cell regeneration, resulting in smoother, healthier-looking skin. It efficiently exfoliates the outer layer of dead cells and promotes cell turnover, allowing healthy cells to climb to the skin’s surface faster than they would ordinarily. Using glycolic acid will provide several advantages to the skin, including:
    • Skin texture and color improvement
    • Reduction in sun-damaged, dry, and thickened skin
    • Improved skin moisture
    • More youthful revitalized appearance.
    • Reduced wrinkles and aging spots
    • Pores unclogging
    • Normalization of the skin’s superficial layers
  2. Mannose-6-Phosphate complex : It is a true biomimetic, green, and natural source of energy developed to restore cell energy and aid in the reorganization of the dermal matrix. It can be used in anti-wrinkling products, as a collagen organizer, for skin lifting, anti-age spots, modifying the V-shape of the face, improving the Y-zone (i.e. lower face and neck), and reducing dark spots.
  3. Canadian Chaga Extract: This Canadian mushroom extract uses its adaptogenic and anti-inflammatory properties to increase the skin’s barrier function and defense. It soothes and protects the delicate and sensitive eye contour region. It has been proven to be beneficial in minimizing skin redness, brightening the appearance of the skin, and minimizing the appearance of dark circles and wrinkles. It calms the skin and lowers the appearance of tiredness.
  4. Niacinamide ( Vitamin B3) : In foods, it is known as niacin or vitamin B3, but in skincare, it is known as niacinamide or nicotinamide. Niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin with a neutral pH level, making it suitable for all skin types, including sensitive ones.It is compatible with a wide range of active ingredients and has numerous skin benefits, including improved skin barrier function, reduced sebum production and redness, and improved skin tone.
  5. Vitamin E : There is extensive proof that topically administered vitamin E protects human cells and tissues from damage caused by free radicals produced by normal body processes and external stimuli.Because the epidermis and dermis contain only trace amounts of vitamin E, topical treatment is critical. UV rays and ozone decrease vitamin E. Its most important characteristics are:
    • Skin is moisturized from the inside.
    • Improves skin smoothness gradually
    • It soothes the skin and assists in tissue restoration (wound healing)
    • It shields the skin from environmental stress.
    • Through its In-vivo antioxidant action, it aids in the prevention of lipid per-oxidation (which can lead to cell membrane damage).
  6. Shea Butter : Shea Butter is an emerging star in the personal care market, with the ingredient being used in whole product lines. Looking at the present cosmetic scenario, it is no surprise that shea butter is becoming a star cosmetic substance.Shea butter is a great moisturizing antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory ingredient for softening, nourishing and healing your skin. It improves skin hydration, resulting in refreshed skin.


Once you understand how star ingredients function and which ones are best for you, they can only improve your skin! And, above all, don’t forget your sunscreen!