Ingredients to Look for in Your Skincare Products

Choosing the best skincare products can be daunting when there are so many options on the market. The seemingly endless ingredient lists on lotions, serums, and toners can seem difficult to wade through and comprehend. This article will help you to identify which ingredients to look for when selecting your beauty products for daily use.

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Vitamin C

There's a reason we talk about it so much: Vitamin C has numerous health benefits for our bodies, and skin is no exception. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that makes skin brighter and stronger by reducing inflammation and pigmentation. For younger-looking skin with an even tone, seek out a Vitamin C infused serum.


Glycolic Acid

A type of alpha-hydroxy acid, glycolic acid functions to exfoliate the skin. It sheds dead skins cells to reveal the soft, glowing new skin underneath. Most commonly found in moisturizers and toners, glycolic acid in low concentrations can work wonders to promote skin's long-term vitality.


Cell Signaling Supplements

A hot new trend in skincare and overall health, cell signaling supplements such as those found in the ASEA RENU 28 Redox skincare line are said to increase communication among the cells in your body. This process is called redox signaling, and its benefits include anti-aging, immune activity and increased energy and mental function. Many skincare enthusiasts swear by this new technology that can improve the health systems throughout your body. 



Retinol is a Vitamin A derivative that has been popular for decades, and any beauty expert will sing its praises. Available in numerous anti-aging creams and in a variety of strengths, retinol increases collagen production, reduces wrinkles, brightens skin, and can even help reduce acne. Be careful, however, as retinol can be irritating when overused. You only need a small dab of a retinol cream for the formula to replenish your skin.


Natural, Plant-Based Makeup

With summer right around the corner, makeup wearers need a solid sweatproof formula to get through the warmer months. When shopping for sweatproof makeup, avoid parabens and phthalates and look instead for products made with pure mineral powders. These bind to oil instead of water, providing a natural sweat-resistant effect. 


Everyone's skin is different, but when you're designing your daily beauty routine, keep an eye out for the ingredients listed above. With new products appearing on the market every day, some basic skincare savvy can go a long way towards sustaining the health and vitality of your skin.

How to Stop Your Next Breakout Before It Begins

If you’re prone to breakouts, you may be using a daily facial cleanser, hoping to get rid of your pesky acne. However, what if you could stop your breakouts before they even began? To prevent your next breakout, be sure to follow these three tips for acne-prone skin.

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Always Remove Your Makeup

This is a must. A cardinal rule of any skincare regimen. Always, always, always remove your makeup before going to sleep. Not only can leftover makeup clog pores; it can also rub off onto your pillowcase, which creates a breeding ground for more dirt and germs to fester. This means that even if you remove your makeup the next night, you’re basically still covering your face in old, dirty makeup as you sleep. It also helps to use an all-natural, sweat-proof foundation that won’t leave behind residues or leave irritating chemicals.

Try using an oil-based or micellar water cleanser before bed. For an added glow, follow up with a night cream such as Nu Skin Clear Action night treatment for acne-prone skin.


Moisturize After Cleansing

You may shy away from moisturizers because you don’t want to make your skin “greasy”, but by not moisturizing your face, you’re actually doing more harm than good. Dry skin will produce more natural oil, which will clog your pores and cause breakouts.

For this reason, it’s recommended to always moisturize after you wash your face. Try a lotion treated for your type of skin, whether that is oily, dry, or sensitive. If you live in a sunny area, don’t forget to use lotion with a bit of SPF coverage.


Detox Skin from the Inside Out

Perhaps the most important step on the path to clear skin is to clean your skin from the inside. Processed foods, alcohol, and dairy can all contribute to skin breakouts, yet this can vary from person to person. Try giving up one type of unhealthy food at a time for a period of several weeks to test whether it clears your acne. 


You never know how many toxins you carry in your body which are poisoning your gut and your skin. Drink water everyday and be sure to wash up every night and morning for clearer, cleaner skin. Be sure to be proactive when it comes to skincare, and always treat your body right. When you do your body good, it always repays the favor.