In the wild world of skincare, there are so many pieces of info out there that it’s hard to know what’s really important for your skincare journey. We believe that the more you know about your skin, the better your results will be.
In an effort to make sure you look and feel your best, we rounded up the top skincare facts and break down how to use these to the benefit of your skin!
It’s Your Largest Organ
Your skin covers more area of your body than any other organ and it is also the most likely to absorb toxins and chemicals. When choosing a skincare routine, you want to be conscious of this so that you aren’t putting anything on or in your body that could hurt it. Most skincare products are formulated with synthetic and cheap ingredients that can be absorbed from your skin. In some studies, they even found evidence of parabens that had entered the body through the skin, GROSS!
Instead of having to worry about what your largest organ is absorbing, opt for safe and effective skincare ingredients that can reverse signs of aging but also keep you healthy. We formulate all our products with a focus on nature and we include ingredients like comfrey leaf, cucumber, shea butter and coconut oil to deliver anti-aging peptides and amino acids that are safe for you and your skin!
Your Skin Renews Itself
Cell turnover is a term to describe how your skin naturally renews itself. Did you know that every 28 days, your skin can turnover cells? That means that you have a chance to change the look and feel of your skin while supporting these skin cells to repair the damage. While your skin can naturally renew itself, there are some helpful ingredients that can increase cell turnover and provide even better results for your anti-aging goals.
Vitamin C has been proven as one of the most effective ingredients to help cell turnover. The most effective place you can see the results of vitamin C is with pigmentation and brightness in your skin. If you want to increase cell turnover and wake up with a noticeably brighter complexion, opt for products that use vitamin C to brighten skin and manage melanin production like our Dark Spot Remover.
Your Shed Dead Skin
One of the most shocking skincare facts we’ve ever heard is that the average person sheds about 30,000 dead skin cells per minute. Dead skin can be caused by dryness so making sure your skin is hydrated is super important. Dead skin cells also find their way into your home and resemble dust so making sure you are washing your face properly is crucial to reducing the number of dead skin cells you shed and helps keep skin hydrated to avoid more dead skin.
If you are still using a traditional foaming cleanser or soap to wash your face, chances are you’re shedding more dead skin cells than normal every single day. To combat this, use an oil-based cleanser that delivers deep hydration to your skin while helping to combat dead skin cells. Opt for oil cleansers that focus on natural and soothing ingredients like Lavender so that you are softening skin, repairing damage, and fighting dead skin cells all in one easy skincare step!