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Cell-communicating ingredients

Cell-communicating ingredients, theoretically, have the ability to tell a skin cell to look, act, and behave better, more like a normal healthy skin cell would, or to stop other substances from telling the cell to behave badly or abnormally. They do this by either direct communication with the skin cell or by blocking damaging cellular pathways or other cell-communicating substances.

How Does Vitamin C Help Skin?

If you’ve seen any skin care marketing in the past two decades, you’ve probably noticed that vitamin C gets a lot of attention as being nothing short of miraculous. Rather than rely on hype, we turned to published, substantiated research in order to truly understand how vitamin c benefits skin.

Hyaluronic acid: benefits for skin

Hyaluronic Acid is not just another beauty trend. Its fame is well earned as it’s loaded with skin care benefits, especially for ageing skin.

Retinol (Vitamin A) For Anti-Ageing

Retinol has gotten a good deal of attention in the world of skin care, and in fact, is one of the most well-researched skin-care ingredients. Why? Because research clearly shows that retinol has multiple benefits for skin.

Silicone in skincare

There are numerous forms of silicones used in cosmetic products, particularly leave-on skin-care products and all manner of hair-care products. The unique molecular structure of silicones allow them to form a breathable barrier and also explains why silicones rarely feel heavy or occlusive, although they offer protection against moisture loss.

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