Have you ever wondered why some skincare products are good for your skin and others are not? Maybe it's because there's a difference between small-batch and mass-production. It is important that natural skincare ingredients should be used in the products because they are beneficial for your skin. We don't believe in products that contain mostly fillers which do not address your skin's true needs. We believe in products that work and then work some more—products that actually make your skin look better and feel better, every single day.
Check out our list if top 10 natural skincare ingredients all skincare routines should include:
1. Hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring molecule found in connective tissue.
It's also found in the skin, where it acts as a humectant and helps to retain moisture. Hyaluronic acid is commonly used in skincare products to help moisturize dry skin and give it a plump appearance. It can also be used as an ingredient in other skincare products that are designed to treat the signs of aging, such as wrinkles or fine lines around the eyes.
Favorite hyaluronic acid serums:
Crimson Beauty Hyaluronic Acid by Nini Organics:
Crimson Beauty is a water-based serum to help boost your moisture levels, balance your skin's flora, and flood it with a burst of vitamins from Hibiscus extract. Crimson Beauty contains two green Biotech ingredients which make this our most active rich product.
Elemental Advanced Hydration Red Wine Essence by Naturallogic:
Elemental toning essence delivers advanced hydration and potent antioxidants while brightening, reducing the appearance of pores, calming inflammation, restoring moisture levels, and balancing skin’s pH, for bright, plump, hydrated skin. Rich in vitamins, minerals, humectants and probiotics that work together to form a thriving skin eco-system that improves moisture, while fending off water robbing elements.
2. Blue Tansy
The ingredient that makes the difference, in terms of both results and color, is something called blue tansy flower, part of the chamomile family (and also known as Moroccan chamomile).
Whether your skin is breakout-prone, dry, sensitive, or chronically dull, products made with blue tansy oil can make a huge difference. “Blue tansy is the ingredient that’s had the most impact on my wildly sensitive, angry-at-everything skin.
3. Aloe Vera
It's easy to see why aloe vera is one of the best skincare ingredient—it can do everything from reducing fine lines and wrinkles to fighting acne breakouts by helping your skin look younger. It's been used as a natural medicine since ancient times, and it has been proven to have amazing benefits for your skin. Aloe vera gel is the popular ingredient used in natural skincare products because it provides many benefits including healing skin wounds and inflammation while soothing dry patches caused by sun exposure or eczema flare-ups caused by seasonal allergies.
4. Vitamin C
Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid and is used to treat various skin conditions, including sunburn and acne. You can use vitamin C in your skincare routine by applying it to your face or body before going to sleep. Vitamin C helps reduce hyperpigmentation and protects against future wrinkles and blemishes, which makes it a great ingredient for anyone looking to keep their skin looking youthful and healthy.
"Vitamin C helps reduce hyperpigmentation and protects against future wrinkles and blemishes."
Some of our favorite vitamin c serums are:
Red-C 60% Ampoules by Lovinah:
High-tech 60% vitamin c and potent antioxidants to help boost the skin’s natural radiance. Red-C is the ultimate fast acting, potent complex of extremely stable vitamin c and antioxidant cocktail to address the visible effects hyperpigmentation, acne, age spots and to reduce skin blemishes.
Lipid Ferment Fullerene + C Serum by Fifty7kind:
Formulated to nurture the skin's delicate microbiome balance, protect against environmental aggressors and pollution, brighten skin tone, plump, hydrate, and moisturize while supporting and strengthening the skin's barrier function.
5. Rosehip Oil
Rosehips are the fruit of a rosebush. When roses die and are left on the bush, they leave behind bright reddish-orange, spherical fruit. The tiny edible fruits are thought to pack a powerful medicinal punch.
All roses produce rosehips, but certain varieties such as Rosa rugose and Rosa canina are better at the job.
Rose hip oil is rich in vitamins A, C, E and essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and can improve signs of aging, pigmentation and moisturize the skin.
6. Argan Oil
Argan Oil is the natural skincare ingredient that has been used for centuries.
to nourish and protect your skin. It has been used for centuries to treat hair, skin, and nails. It's also used as a natural remedy for tendonitis and rheumatism.
It is derived from the kernels of the Argan tree, which grows in Morocco and Algeria. The oil is rich in vitamins A, E, and F as well as Omega-9 fatty acids, making it an effective anti-aging treatment.
Clays are known as the "Gold Standard" for its ability to draw out impurities and remove oil, dirt, and dead skin cells from your face. They are used to treat acne, blackheads, whiteheads, and other blemishes on the skin.
8. Almond Oil
Almond oil is the skincare ingredient that has been used in natural skincare products for centuries. It's a rich oil that provides moisture, smoothness, and softness to skin. Almond oil can be used as a facial moisturizer or body lotion
because it won't leave your skin feeling greasy or sticky. Almond oil has many benefits for your skin, including making your skin glow and reducing inflammation. It also helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles by hydrating the skin and reducing swelling from congestion.
9. Neroli oil
Neroli oil is derived from the flower of the bitter orange tree, and it's used as a natural skincare ingredient because of its ability to calm skin and reduce redness. The scent of neroli oil is citrusy and sweet, with notes of orange blossoms, honeydew melon, grapefruit and sweet orange. The oil has a high concentration of alpha-ionone, which gives it a distinctive fragrance.
10. Alpha-Hydroxy Acids
The alpha hydroxy acids found in many skincare products are typically derived from fruit and vegetables. They are a group of naturally occurring compounds that help to maintain the skin's barrier function and help with the absorption of other active ingredients.These acids have mild exfoliating properties, which means they can help to remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin.
Which ones do you include in your skincare routine?