Doing skincare right is no child’s play.
What skincare routine must you follow? Which products should you apply? Are they well-suited to your skin type?
And then come the big jargons and buzzwords that can drain the best of us. Urgh!
In an attempt to make skincare easier for you, we’ve put together a listicle that unleashes the best ingredients for glowing skin! Whether you’re longing for youthful skin, acne reduction, or hydration, these ingredients can be sworn by.
Talking about ingredients…we have something that could deliver a more full-proof solution for your skin. It’s our free skin assessment that generates a list of ingredients you need. This is done by accounting for your skin type, skin concerns, lifestyle, and environment.
So, do you have 3 minutes to spare?
Glowing Skin Ingredients You Must Look Out For
The secret sauce to attaining dewy skin is using well-formulated skincare.
What follows are the top 5 ingredients that our skin experts put their faith in!
I] Hyaluronic Acid
Although somewhat difficult to pronounce, hyaluronic acid is easily one of the most commonly found ingredients in skincare.
So, why does it mark our experts’ favourite ingredients list?
- It is this naturally-occurring substance that helps keep the skin supple, fresh, and renewed. Don't you want to delay skin ageing?
- As a result of its high relative molecular weight, hyaluronic acid is not absorbed when applied to the skin. It forms a thin, invisible, and transparent film on the surface. It is this very film that attributes youthfulness and elasticity to the skin.
- It also supports the natural protective mechanism of the skin. Thus, the skin receives a nice and smooth touch.
- Moreover, hyaluronic acid is a humectant i.e. it keeps skin hydrated by drawing moisture from the surroundings.
What’s best is that this glowing skin ingredient works for all skin types.
And those with sensitive skin…do not fear the term acid in hyaluronic acid. Go ahead and reap its benefits.
II] Vitamin E
In the skincare world, many ingredients are just a passing fad. However, vitamin E is more than just a trend.
Vitamin E is naturally found in our bodies, in our foods, and if you look closely…in our skincare.
If you’re anything like us, you probably spend long hours facing the sun, pollution, smoke, stress, and so on. Vitamin E is just the antioxidant you need to fight off these environmental stressors on skin.
By doing so, it helps reduce signs of ageing and enhances the plumpness of the skin.
In addition, Vitamin E also fights inflammation. If flushing and reddening of the skin are common for you, it may be time to open the doors to Vitamin E!
Because of the benefits it has to offer, this ingredient can be found in sunscreens, moisturisers, serums, and other skincare. All you need to do is keep an eye out for it.
You can also complement the topical application of Vitamin E with consuming it in the form of food.
Almonds, avocados, peanuts, berries, and green vegetables contain large amounts of vitamin E – one of the best ingredients for glowing skin.
Meet Niacinamide, a form of Vitamin B3.
While one-size-fits-all solutions are rather unheard of, niacinamide is one of the few exceptions. It is suitable for pretty much every skin type, and is sort of an all-rounder!
Here’s what happens when you feed your skin niacinamide…
- Reduced inflammation
- Evened out skin tone
- Younger-looking skin
- Minimised acne, rosacea, and other inflammatory skin problems
Niacinamide might be just the battalion you need to shield your skin against common skin conditions and enhance appearances.
What's more, reactions and allergies in the case of niacinamide are exceptionally rare. It is thus, a great skincare ingredient to experiment with.
Alternatively, you can incorporate foods like milk, eggs, meat, and beans into your diet to feed your body niacinamide.
The idea of using NanoWhite in skincare has caught on. As per our skin experts, it is undoubtedly one of the best ingredients for glowing skin!
So, what makes NanoWhite as sought-after as it is?
…probably the fact that it can kill three birds with one stone:
- Skin brightening
- Skin whitening
- Skin protection
Moreover, as you age, the number of pigment-containing cells decreases. Yeah, growing old sucks for more reasons than one. ☹
Good news is that NanoWhite enhances the process of skin pigmentation. Truly...ageing is a must, but looking your age isn’t!
V] Buddleja Ao Aplaflor
Yeah…took us a while to pronounce this one right, too!
Buddleja davidii has the power of taking us back to our roots. In traditional medicine, it was used for its wound healing and anti-bacterial properties.
Today, more and more people in the skincare world are recognising its powers. This organic Swiss grown plant has shown its capacity to protect the skin cells from UV radiations.
Through its skin protection from the sun, buddleja davidii is especially suitable for all types of anti-ageing and protective formulations.
We simply cannot stress the importance of using the right skincare ingredients enough.
Having that figured out would mean half the skincare battle won. Moreover, once you have fixated on a brand you trust, you’ll be sorted for good.
If you’re struggling to find a brand that uses effective skincare ingredients, try us! In addition to the ones mentioned in this blog post, we utilise a host of active skincare ingredients in our products.
Furthermore, we strongly believe that solutions to your skin concerns must be personalised. By having you fill out a short skin assessment, we make note of your skin type, lifestyle, and environment. Finally, we deliver skincare made in Switzerland to your doorstep!
So, what do you think? 😊