The beauty industry loves to throw complicated terms at consumers in order to make their products sound fancier than they are. Take hyaluronic acid, for example. The newly touted holy grail ingredient has been around for years—so why does it seem like it’s a brand new thing? Below we’re discussing some of the most commonly used beauty product terminology, and setting the record straight on some of its more confusing labels. We’re even going to tell you how often you should use certain products, because every type of product varies!
Astaxanthin is 550 times more potent than Vitamin E and 6,000 times more effective than Vitamin C at eliminating free radicals - But wait, it gets even better!
Astaxanthin is a variety of carotenoid, which is a naturally occurring pigment visible primarily in marine life such as lobster, krill, salmon, and algae. Although it’s in a lot of foods we consume regularly, it’s tricky to absorb through diet alone.
Read on to discover why Neroli has been the spotlight beauty oil for treating aging, damaged, and acne-prone skin since the 17th century - You’ll also find out how to get your hands (or your face) on some!