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Gluconolactone(PHA) 10%, fermented rice water, Bakuchiol for anti-aging, blackhead, acne scars, redness, uneven skin tone, and dullness

Gluconolactone(PHA) 10%, fermented rice water, Bakuchiol for anti-aging, blackhead, acne scars, redness, uneven skin tone, and dullness

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Premium Anti-aging Fine Mist Toner 100mL All skin type including even suitable for sensitive skin

Gentle yet effective toners for your thirsty skin! Feel the quality and See the difference!

These may brighten, reduce wrinkles, tighten, plump, calm, hydrate, clear out/prevent breakout, heal, soothe, and Glow your skin every time when you use them. Use after shower, working out, before sleeping, over the makeups, anytime and anywhere.

1. Gluconolactone(PHA) 10%+ Fermented rice water+ Bakuchiol
Fermented rice, barley, ginger water, distilled water, alcohol free witch hazel, Glucono lactone(10%), Panthenol, Niacinamide, Adenosine, Bakuchiol(natural retinol substitute) extract, Allantoin, propylene glycol, Glycerin, liquid germall plus

2.Rose hydrosol+ Niacinamide+ PHA 10%
Rose hydrosol, distilled water, alcohol free witch hazel, Glucono lactone(10%), Panthenol, Niacinamide, adenosine, Allantoin, Glycerin, Liquid germall plus

3. Gluconolactone(PHA) 10%+ Cucumber+ Aloe vera
Cucumber extract, aloe vera liquid, Distilled water, Alcohol free witch hazel, Glucono delta lactone, Niacinamide, Panthenol, Adenosine, allantoin, Glycerin, liquid germall plus

Rating: BEST
Benefits: Evens Skin Tone, Anti-Aging, Hydration
Categories: Exfoliant
Gluconolactone Description
Gluconolactone is a type of polyhydroxy acid, or PHA. PHAs are supposed to be as effective as AHAs, but less sensitizing.

Gluconolactone is chemically and functionally similar to AHAs (such as glycolic acid). The significant difference between it and AHAs is that gluconolactone has a larger molecular structure, which limits its ability to penetrate the skin, resulting in less potential for sensitizing side-effects. Supposedly, this reduced absorption into the skin does not hamper their effectiveness.

Does that mean gluconolactone is better for your skin than AHAs in the form of glycolic acid or lactic acid? According to an Internet-published class lecture by Dr. Mark G. Rubin, a board-certified dermatologist and assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of California, San Diego, research on gluconolactone demonstrated only a “6% decrease in dermal penetration” in comparison to glycolic acid, which “isn’t a dramatic improvement.”

Gluconolactone may be slightly less sensitizing for some skin types, but this isn’t the magic bullet for exfoliation some cosmetics companies have been extolling. Polyhydroxy acids can also function as antioxidants and may promote some amount of improvement in skin’s surface strength.

Here are the top six niacinamide benefits:

1. Boost hydration
Niacinamide may enhance the function of your skin’s lipid barrier (a layer of water and oil that protects your skin). This helps lock moisture in and keep pollutants or other potential irritants out, making your skin more hydrated and less sensitive.

2. Calm redness
Niacinamide has been shown to ease inflammation, which can help calm redness due to conditions like acne, rosacea and eczema. It can also soothe irritation caused by strong exfoliants like retinol or glycolic acid that remove dead cells from the surface of your skin.

3. May reduce the appearance of pores
Nothing has been proven to reduce the actual size of your pores. But niacinamide may help minimize their appearance by helping keep your skin smooth and clear. It also may help regulate the amount of oil your glands produce, which can prevent breakouts and clogged pores.

4. Possibly protect against skin cancer
Niacinamide is a close relative of another B vitamin called nicotinamide. Oral nicotinamide supplements may help prevent new skin cancer or precancerous spots from developing in some people. But more studies are needed to confirm this benefit.

5. Treat dark spots
Niacinamide is dermatologist-approved for brightening skin tone. Some research suggests skin care formulas with 5% niacinamide can also help lighten dark spots.

In one small study, a combination of skin brighteners including retinol and niacinamide reduced dark spots and fine lines. They also improved skin radiance and texture.

6. Reduce wrinkles and fine lines
This vitamin’s antioxidant properties may help protect your skin and aid its recovery from damage due to factors like aging, sun and stress. Some research has shown topical niacinamide can improve fine lines and wrinkles, as well as skin sallowness.

7. May help prevent and treat acne
The sebaceous glands produce sebum, or oil, on your face, neck, upper chest, and back. Topical 2% niacinamide may lower sebum (oil) production in your skin. Excess oil can cause acne, so niacinamide’s ability to regulate oil production may help prevent and treat breakouts, especially in people with oily skin. It may also be a good addition to other acne treatments (Walocko, 2017).

Bakuchiol is an extract from the seeds of Psoralea corylifolia (nicknamed "babchi"), a plant grown in India that’s been a staple of traditional Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for many years.

Similar to retinoids, bakuchiol appears to stimulate collagen producing receptors in the skin. The difference is less risk of side effects.

<Rose hydrosol>
#1: Reduces redness
Should some redness flare up on your skin, rose hydrosol can minimize its appearance – and any accompanying irritation. It’s one of the better known ingredients used to calm and soothe sensitive skin.

#2: Moisturizes
Moisture is key for healthy looking skin, and rose hydrosol is a natural hydrator. The natural oils in rose hydrosol provide light moisture and cooling hydration.

#3: Calms inflammation
With its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, rose hydrosol can provide relief for those suffering from irritated skin, acne, eczema, and psoriasis.

#4: Balances skin
Thanks to its ability to clarify and balance skin, rose hydrosol can help maintain the skin’s natural pH balance and help control excess oil – great news for oily skin types!

#5: Minimizes pores
Rose hydrosol can help remove pore-clogging impurities and diminish the appearance of enlarged pores for a more toned, smooth complexion.

#6: Helps damaged skin
Rose hydrosol contains a high concentration of antioxidants, which are beneficial for reducing signs of environmental damage. For this reason, rose hydrosol may help to fortify skin cells against sun damage while offering regenerative benefits for sun damaged tissue.

#7: Supports aging skin
Rose water and rose hydrosol have long been used to help skin age gracefully. Rose can help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while helping to plump and firm the skin.

#8: Replenishes dull, dehydrated skin
Since rose hydrosol removes impurities from skin, it can make skin appear more vibrant. When skin is dehydrated it tends to look dull, which in turn can amplify other minor impurities in the skin. With its perfect balance of hydration, moisture, and toning capabilities, rose hydrosol can instantly revitalize the skin.

Rating: BEST
Benefits: Soothing
Categories: Plant Extracts
Adenosine at a Glance
Derived from yeast as a skin care ingredient (but also naturally present in the body)
Topical application connects to skin’s natural adenosine receptors
Known for its anti-wrinkle, skin-smoothing, and soothing benefits
Also shows potential for its healing properties
White, odorless, crystalline powder in its raw form

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