Using clean components that are as near to their natural condition as possible ensures that more nutrients reach your skin. Wrinkle-prone regions around the eyes and lips, dullness, dark patches, age spots, and loss of skin firmness are common complaints of aged skin. There is no product that can remove years from your face in seconds. It all comes down to a consistent natural and clean anti aging skincare program, targeted treatments, and prevention.
How active skin care ingredients work?
More active chemicals are found in newer skin care products than ever before. However, deciding which ones to buy may be difficult, and the selection can be overwhelming. Here are some of the most powerful anti-aging skin care components that everyone should be aware of:
- Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid): Brightens weary or dull skin and protects it from environmental toxins including pollution, free radicals, and UV radiation.
- Hyaluronic acid: Acts as a humectant, attracting moisture to the skin and plumping it up.
- Retinoids (retinol): Stimulates collagen and elastin formation in the skin, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs): Brighten the skin and promote skin cell regeneration. AHA peels, also known as glycolic peels, can aid in the treatment of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles.
- Copper peptide: Increases collagen and elastin synthesis while also functioning as an antioxidant. It may be especially beneficial during menopause when collagen levels decrease.
Natural and Clean Anti Aging Skincare Ingredients
Here are the list of natural and clean anti-aging skincare ingredients used in Pure Culture’s Skincare Products:
Bulgarian Rose Flower Oil
Bulgarian Rose Flower Oil is safe for all skin types. It is the most safe for the skin. The roses are cultivated without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or other chemical additions that may be harmful to the skin. It relieves sensitive skin (including eczema and psoriasis). The antioxidants in the oil may penetrate deep into the skin, allowing it to efficiently moisturize dry or irritated skin.
Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter helps against skin dryness and speeds up the healing of superficial wounds and irritations. It has a little photoprotective effect and is high in unsaturated fatty acids and Vitamin E. Shea butter has been used for generations as a wrinkle reducer because the necessary fatty acids in the butter promote your skin's natural collagen formation, restoring firmness and suppleness.
Chamomile extract has anti-inflammatory properties and is able to soothe and calm the skin, relieve inflammation, alleviate redness and decrease the signs of ageing. It is excellent for calming dry, itchy, or sensitive skin.
Avocado oil is high in omega-3 fatty acids as well as vitamins A, D, and E. Some of the ways it can help the skin are as follows:
- hydrates and nourishes
- Relieves psoriasis and eczema inflammation
- Acne prevention and treatment
- Improves wound healing
- Sunburned skin is treated.
- Reduces the appearance of aging
- Enhances nail health
- Enhances scalp health
Aloe vera has long been utilized in traditional medicine due to the presence of many bioactive chemicals that serve as antioxidants and slow the aging process.
Quince extract helps to heal stressed or chapped skin, as well as skin inflammations and UV damage. It has soothing and smoothing properties. It fortifies the skin barrier, reducing or even preventing moisture loss.
Soapwort Extract is a plant-based solution that contains saponin, a natural chemical that creates a soapy lather when combined with water. It effectively removes dirt, oil, and pollutants from the skin without removing natural oils. It is non-irritating and suitable for acne-prone skin, as it removes debris and germs that can clog pores. Soapwort also has anti-inflammatory effects, making it helpful in treating disorders like acne and eczema. Additionally, it acts as a natural astringent, toning and tightening pores, making skin appear younger