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About SilverSkin Active Ingredients


For problematic skin, there are many options, but why not use a product that can not only help with acne, but also improve the look of the skin, as well as improve the fine lines that increase as we age?

Most women use moisturizer in order to hydrate their skin, but you know what is even better than a simple moisturizer? Anti-aging moisturizers are all the rage because not only do they help moisturize skin, but they also work to prevent wrinkles and improve cell turnover, resulting in fresher and younger looking skin.  The exfoliating Beta Hydroxy acid and Niacinamide (a complex that stimulates cell turnover) pack a one-two punch against fine lines and wrinkles.

And what about some of the other ingredients that we use?


AHA and BHA
:  

Naturally smooths the skin.


AHA - Alpha Hydroxy acid:

Best for normal to dry or sun-damaged skin, because they help bind moisture and improve healthy collagen production, as well as smoothing uneven skin texture.


BHA - Beta Hydroxy acid:

Best for normal to oily, or even oily beakout-prone skin, while also being excellent for reducing redness from Rosacea.


Vitamin C - Ascorbic acid:

It has been shown to increase collagen production (including dermal collagen, which is significant for wrinkle reduction), reduce the appearance of skin discolorations, strengthen skin’s barrier response, enhance skin’s repair process, reduce inflammation and help skin better withstand exposure to sunlight, whether protected by sunscreen or not.

 

Retinol:

Helps skin cells create better, healthier skin cells, while increasing the amount of skin-support substances, and has been shown to increase the skin’s collagen production and glycosaminoglycans content, resulting in firmer skin with an improved texture and enhanced barrier function.


Vitamin E:

It works in several different ways, helping to protect cell membranes from oxidative damage and preventing collagen from being destroyed.  It also works in powerful synergy with Vitamin C as an anti-oxidant.  It may be listed on the label as tocopheryl or tocotrienols.


Niacinamide:

This component of Vitamin B3 has been shown to increase ceramide and free fatty acids levels in skin, prevent skin from losing water content and stimulate microcirculation in the dermis.  It also has a growing reputation for being able to lighten skin discolorations and reduce acne.