Squalane oil with Vitamin A & E Squalane is not new to your skin, for our body produces a small amount. However, most people do not synthesize enough of this vital oil, which can lead to rough, dry aging skin. Because Squalane oil is so fine it is absorbed deep into the skin leaving no oily film-with amazing quickness. This smooth, deep penetration assists in the acceleration of new cell growth. It also helps to discourage the growth of bacteria that can block normal cell development. A few drops of Squalane applied to the skin will keep the skin moist and wrinkle free. Squalane has also been used to speed wound healing. Benefits Of Squalane Oil: Boosts Cell Regeneration and Oxygenation · Helps prevent formation of age spots · Heals chapped /cracked Skin · Helps prevent UV damage to skin · Helps skin to retain moisture · Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles · Imparts relief to dehydrated and ultra-sensitive skin · Softens the most rough-textured skin and leaves no oily residue · Helpful in counteracting conditions of eczema, psoriasis, and post-operative skin. · Highly Stable · It can be applied throughout the day to soften dry, scaly spots. · It can be used under make-up for a flawless application and as a base to maximize the effects of moisturizers. · Squalane is also an ideal addition to nighttime facial treatments or other formulations. What is Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol)? The Vitamin E that your getting is called Alpha-Tocopherol. And Unlike the Vitamin E Acetate, this is the real thing. It is derived from natural sources and has a higher biological activity on a weight basis than Vitamin E derived from synthetic sources. (Make sure the Vitamin E that your using on your skin is the Alpha-Tocopherol type, not the Acetate.)
Benefits of topical Vitamin E * Anti-aging effects * UV protection * Moisturizer * Effective in the treatment of burn * Antioxidant * Photoprotectant and helps protect cellular membrane from free-radical damage * Protects against oxidation * Absorbes well into the skin * Improves skin's water binding ability * Improves appearance of rough, dry and damaged skin What is Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate)? Retinol is required for growth and reproduction of the skin, and differentiation of epithelial tissue. This is important because your skin ages over time and the results are wrinkles, rough texture, discolorations, and thinning. Retinol is an essential fat-soluble vitamin that is used to combat these negative effects and promote healthy skin. Retinol visibly improves the appearance of mature, sun damaged, and dry skin while it hydrates, and softens to help re-create a smooth, supple texture and tone. It is also an excellent protector against negative environmental elements. Vitamin A in lotions and creams is a necessity for overall healthy skin and a great complexion. While many retinol benefits can be realized from dietary intake, topical retinol application is known to stimulate the growth of the base layer of skin cells, in that it helps the cells differentiate normally and provides its structural integrity.