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One more thing: the water used in cosmetics is purified and deionized it means that almost all of the mineral ions inside it is removed. Like this, the products can stay more stable over time. A light, velvety, unique skin feel liquid that is a good solvent and also makes the skin feel nice and smooth aka emollient.
A synthetic liquid oil that can replace mineral oil or silicone oils in the cosmetic formulas. There are different grades depending on the molecular weight ranging from very light, volatile, non-residue leaving ones to more substantial, slight residue leaving ones. There is not much info about this guy in itself other than it helps to thicken up products and stabilize oil-in-water emulsions.
It usually comes to the formula as part of some thickener complex. For example, coupled with isohexadecane and polysorbate 80 , the trio forms an instant gel upon mixing with water. The duo is claimed to provide excellent slip, fluidity and overall skin feel and gives soft focus and wrinkle correction to the formula. It also has strong de-tackifying and anti-caking properties. Probably the most common silicone of all. It is a polymer created from repeating subunits molecule and has different molecular weight and thus different viscosity versions from water-light to thick liquid.
As for skincare, it makes the skin silky smooth , creates a subtle gloss and forms a protective barrier aka occlusive. There are also scar treatment gels out there using dimethicone as their base ingredient. It helps to soften scars and increase their elasticity. As for hair care, it is a non-volatile silicone meaning that it stays on the hair rather than evaporates from it and smoothes the hair like no other thing.
Depending on your hair type, it can be a bit difficult to wash out and might cause some build-up btw, this is not true to all silicones, only the non-volatile types. A synthetic emollient oil that leaves a soft non-greasy, non-sticky feel on the skin, absorbs fast and can be emulsified mixed with water very easily. Hello, our favorite molecule that helps us wake up in the morning and then keeps us going through the day.
As a super well-known stimulant from coffee , tea and plenty of other soft drinks, Caffeine needs no introduction. So we will skip right to the part where we talk about what the hell it does in so-so many cosmetic products. Looking at the research, we were surprised to find how versatile Caffeine is.
It is a small, water-loving molecule with pretty good skin penetration abilties. Once in the skin, it has nice antioxidant properties , meaning that it reduces the formation of evil free radicals and it might even be useful in preventing UV-induced skin cancers.
A well-known thing about Caffeine is that it improves the microcirculation of the blood vessels. Another thing Caffeine is used for in body care products is its anti-cellulite effects. In theory, it can speed up the lipolysis process the "fat burning" by our cells and stimulate the draining lymph system that might lead to the improvement of cellulite. But here again, the evidence that it actually makes a measurable, let alone visible, improvement on actual human beings is limited we could find only some animal skin studies or caffeine being combined with other actives.
Last, but not least, we have to write about caffeine and hair growth. We have found some recent and promising research to back this up. A study compared a 0. Not bad! Overall , we think that caffeine is a very versatile and biologically active ingredient. Even though some of its effects are more hyped up than backed up, it is still a nice to have on many ingredient lists. A little helper ingredient that is used to adjust the pH of the product. It also helps to keep products stay nice longer by neutralizing the metal ions in the formula they usually come from water.
The unfancy name for it is lye. BTW, lye is not something new. It was already used by ancient Egyptians to help oil and fat magically turn into something else. Can you guess what? It still often shows up in the ingredient list of soaps and other cleansers. A form of skincare superstar, vitamin C. This is a hard task, and there is not yet a derivative that is really proven to be better in every aspect, but Ascorbyl Glucoside is one of the best options when it comes to vitamin C derivatives.
Second, in vitro meaning made in the lab, not on real humans studies show that ascorbyl glucoside can penetrate the skin. This is kind of important for an anti-aging ingredient to do the job, so this is good news, though in-vivo made on real humans studies are still needed. Third, in-vitro studies show that after ascorbyl glucoside is absorbed into the skin it is converted to pure vitamin C though the rate of conversion is still a question mark.
A clear, colorless oil-like liquid that makes the skin feel smooth and nice aka emollient and it does so without it being greasy. It absorbs quickly into the skin and helps other ingredients to penetrate quicker and deeper. There is just one little drawback: it has a high comedogenic index 5 out of At the same time, it also boosts the effectiveness of other preservatives , such as the nowadays super commonly used phenoxyethanol.
As for skincare, menthol seems to be a mixed bag. Apart from the cool cooling sensation that might last up to 70 mins! On the other hand, it also seems to act as a skin irritant that increases trans-epidermal water loss the water that evaporates from the outer layer of the skin and thus contributes to drying out the skin. A so-called polymer microsphere , i. Similar to other microsphere powders, it can scatter the light to give products a soft focus or blurring effect.
It also works as a texture enhancer giving formulas an exceptional smoothness and a velvet touch. It can be found in nature - in green tea - but the version used in cosmetics is synthetic. Other than having a good safety profile and being quite gentle to the skin it has some other advantages too. As an example, it mentions that Ci may cause itching and hives in some people but the colorant is always labeled so that you can avoid it if you are sensitive.
Used alone, it adds a brilliant smurf-like blue color , combined with Tartrazine , it gives the fifty shades of green. Linalool is a super common fragrance ingredient. The problem with linalool is, that just like limonene it oxidises on air exposure and becomes allergenic. A super common and cheap fragrance ingredient. It does smell nice but the problem is that it oxidizes on air exposure and the resulting stuff is not good for the skin.
Oxidized limonene can cause allergic contact dermatitis and counts as a frequent skin sensitizer. All in all, limonene has some pros and cons, but - especially if your skin is sensitive - the cons probably outweigh the pros. Exactly what it sounds: nice smelling stuff put into cosmetic products so that the end product also smells nice. Fragrance in the US and parfum in the EU is a generic term on the ingredient list that is made up of 30 to 50 chemicals on average but it can have as much as components!
Also, if your skin is sensitive, fragrance is again not your best friend. Login Register. Follow us on our new Insta page ». This product has multiple versions in our database. See the other potential ingredient list here. Compare Report Error Embed. Skin brightening : Ascorbyl Glucoside. Skin-identical ingredient : Glycerin. Soothing : Menthol.
Buffering : Sodium Citrate , Sodium Hydroxide. Chelating : Sodium Citrate. Preservative : Phenoxyethanol. Skim through Ingredient name what-it-does irr. The partner loves the smell. I have seen improvements in my face over the past week while trialling the moisturiser. The darkness under my eyes seems less noticeable. My skin feels softer and smoother and more youthful. Thank You. Willem Home Tester 15 Reviews. Willem Home Tester 15 Reviews 0 Upload. Not recommended for oily skin types.
This is is a good product and hydrates well, but I have an oily skin type, which simply means that this moisturiser simply made my skin more oily and shiny. David Berwick Home Tester 11 Reviews. My skin felt smoother and softer then from the product i was using before. Patrick Cambpelltown Home Tester 9 Reviews. It makes my skin feel really good. It took a bit to soak into the skin but overall I would recommend this product.
Victor Doreen, Victoria 2 Reviews. Victor Doreen, Victoria 2 Reviews 0 Upload. I noticed a subtle difference with my skin. A a man who is new to shaving his head, i did use it on my scalp as well as my face and i could definitely tell the difference. The smell was an added bonus and I would recommend this product to all men.
Kevin Doncaster Home Tester 6 Reviews. Refreshing for an early starter. I really liked it, it is really refreshing. I made the mistake of using it at night and was too alert to go to sleep later. Would strongly suggest using it only in the morning if you are like me. Load more reviews. View More. Close View full gallery. Ask or answer below, and help each other buy better. Shop Shop. Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Facial Moisturiser. Tried it? Olay Regenerist Revitalising Night Cream. Cancel Continue.