Kojic’s acid primary use — and benefit — is to lighten visible sun damage, age spots, or scars. This can result in an anti-aging effect on the skin.
In addition to all this, kojic acid also contains some antimicrobial properties. It may help fight off several common types of bacterial strains even in small dilutions.
This can help treat acne caused by bacteria in the skin. It may also lighten scars from acne that haven’t faded yet.
Niacinamide can help build proteins in the skin and lock in moisture to prevent environmental damage. Niacinamide can help your skin grow a ceramide (lipid) barrier, which can, in turn, helps retain moisture. This is beneficial for all skin types, especially if you have eczema or mature skin.
Niacinamide reduces inflammation, which may help ease redness from eczema, acne, and other inflammatory skin conditions. Keeping skin smooth and moisturized may have a secondary benefit — a natural reduction in pore size over time.
The benefits of moisture retention aren’t just for those with dry skin types. Niacinimide can also help regulate the amount of oil the sebaceous glands produce and prevent your glands from going into overdrive.
Some research has found 5 percent niacinamide concentrations can be helpful in lightening dark spots. Benefits were seen after four weeks, but not beyond two months. This benefit may be due to increased collagen production.
Researchers have found that zinc oxide has the following uses and benefits.
Helping to lower skin inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation (including diaper rash). Providing broad-spectrum sun protection that prevents burns (including on photo-sensitive skin).
Aiding in recovery of burns and damaged tissue. Lowering inflammatory dermatoses (including rosacea). Preventing aging of the skin and improving synthesis of collagen and forming of new connective tissue
Water, Horsetail, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Kojic acid, Propylene glycol, Niacinamide, Hyaluronic acid, Zinc oxide, Polysorbate 60, Allantoin, EDTA, Niacinamide, Potassium Sorbate, Aloe thix, Phenoxyethanol, Pearl mica, Lingonberry extract
Net Weight: 50ml / 1.8oz.
Shelf-life: 12 months after opening.
Helps to moisturize the skin
Unlike regular, market-bought moisturizers, Aloe Vera gel when used as a moisturizing gel doesn’t leave a greasy film on the face and the skin. In fact, it does just the opposite – it unclogs the pores and softens the skin.
It can be used as an aftershave-treatment. This is because the Aloe Vera gel helps to keep the skin hydrated and heals burns by razor and smaller nicks & cuts. It also helps treat dry skin.
Aloe Vera gel has vitamin C and E, beta-carotene in abundance. Therefore, it has anti-aging properties. It also contains antimicrobial properties and is anti-inflammatory. It also helps to eradicate skin blemishes and diminish age lines. Additionally, it helps to increase the production of collagen in the body and skin elasticity.
Reduces infection and acne
Those who suffer from acne will find respite in Aloe Vera. It helps in gentle cleansing, and its antimicrobial properties treat pimples without causing any damages to the skin. It is an antiseptic that allows protection against bacteria. Aloe Vera contains polysaccharides and gibberellins. These help in the growth of new cells and at the same time, reduce inflammation and redness. It also works as an astringent that reduces the size of pores, flushing out the excess sebum, microbes, and dirt.
Lightens blemishes on the face
As we already know, Aloe Vera contains powers to boost skin cell reproduction, reduce redness and fight skin inflammation, it is a natural treatment for stretch marks and acne marks. To treat freckles and lighten age spots, add some lemon juice to the gel mixture. It is one of the perfect home remedies for glowing skin.
Formulated Gluten Free, Allergen-Free and Vegan.