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Best Ingredients for Glowing Skin

Retinol is an active version of the vitamin A molecule that aids in the enhancement of collagen formation in the skin.

Glowing Skin

To different people, glowing skin signifies different things. Many people use the term to describe skin that appears healthy and alive, as opposed to skin that is dry, dull, or unevenly textured. Healthy skin can give off a natural sheen or glow to some people.

The majority of people work towards having healthy skin. Healthy skin will usually look like this:

  1. Smooth, having few imperfections or fractures.
  2. Sufficient hydration, neither too dry nor too greasy.
  3. Rather than being red or inflamed, the hue is very even.

It's crucial to remember that healthy skin isn't synonymous with flawless skin. It's impossible to have perfect skin. Skin can be both healthy and bright, as well as possessing typical traits, such as:

  1. Pores that are apparent
  2. Wrinkles and fine lines
  3. Marks of birth
  4. Flaws on occasion

Factors affecting skin health are:

  1. Genetics
  2. Hormones
  3. Health conditions and medications
  4. Environment 
  5. Behaviour 

Best Ingredients for Glowing Skin

  1. Hyaluronic acid:

Hyaluronic acid, the first element on this list, is known to govern cell reversal and enhance skin moisture. One gram of hyaluronic acid is capable of holding up to six litres of water. According to studies, the skin contains half of the body's hyaluronic acid, which binds to water to preserve moisture. However, unfortunately, the natural ageing process, as well as indoor and outdoor pollutants, can reduce its amounts in the skin. Therefore, serums containing hyaluronic acid can be used to compensate for the loss of the same. 

  1. Retinol

It is an active version of the vitamin A molecule that aids in the enhancement of collagen formation in the skin. Not only that, but it also aids in the treatment of acne, blackheads, and clogged pores, making it a must-have in your skincare routine.

However, there is one thing to keep in mind when using retinol: It should not be used excessively. Use it on alternate evenings or perhaps twice a week at first, then gradually increase to using it every night. Also, always wear sunscreen before applying any retinol-containing product. This is because it exposes your skin to the sun.

  1. Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the ingredients that functions as a shield for the skin, protecting it from the stresses of the day, free radicals, and pollution. When used correctly, this substance can aid in the development of collagen and elastin, which can help to delay the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also aids in the tightening and firming of your skin, as well as the reduction of photo-ageing effects.

Finally, vitamin C evens out skin discolouration and combats dark circles, ensuring that no one can stop you from having radiant skin.

  1. Niacinamide 

Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3. Vitamin B3 aids your body's cells in carrying out crucial chemical activities by transforming the food you eat into useful energy. Moreover, Niacinamide is essential for maintaining the health of your skin. As a result, it's a common ingredient in the cosmetics and skin care industries. Niacinamide has been demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory benefits on the skin either applied topically or taken orally as a supplement.

It's been used to treat skin diseases like acne and rosacea, a redness-related facial skin disorder.

  1. Cocoa butter

Cocoa butter is a fatty substance derived from cocoa beans. The beans of the bigger cacao plant are removed to obtain cocoa butter. They're then roasted, peeled, and pressed to extract the fat cocoa butter from the beans. The fat in this butter forms a protective barrier on the skin. Cocoa butter is also high in phytochemicals, which are natural plant substances. By protecting the skin from the sun's harmful UV rays, these chemicals may increase blood flow and decrease skin ageing.

  1. Turmeric

Turmeric has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These features may give the skin a lustrous sheen. Turmeric can also help your skin look younger by bringing out its natural glow.

Turmeric also contains curcumin, which can aid wound healing by reducing inflammation and oxidation. It also reduces your body's response to cutaneous wounds. Your wounds will heal faster as a result of this.

  1. Multani mitti 

Multani mitti's cooling effect on the skin aids in the fight against dark circles and sun damage. It evens out your skin tone, combats tanning and pigmentation, and protects you from sunburn, rashes, and infections.

Take Away

The glow skin serum by saturn is enriched with vitamin c, niacinamide, multani mitti, cocoa butter and turmeric extract. These are natural ingredients without any chemicals which boost the skin’s health and provide healthy and glowing skin. Hence, making it one of the best serums in the market.