Nutrients, such as vitamins C and E, which neutralize free radicals and keep them from damaging skin cells.
Rich with minerals, these masks clean oil and dirt from pores and leave skin soft and moisturized.
The removal of dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. There are many methods of exfoliation, such as scrubs, chemicals, or lasers.
Unstable oxygen molecules that damage skin cells and cause wrinkles. They occur naturally but also come from environmental toxins like cigarette smoke.
Micronized Zinc Oxide
Found in some sunscreens and moisturizers, this is an invisible form of zinc oxide that protects skin from UVA and UVB sun rays.
A derivative of vitamin A, which works as an antioxidant and helps diminish wrinkles.
A beta-hydroxy acid that is used to clean oily skin and fight acne.
Taken from the nut of the shea tree, this thick moisturizer penetrates and hydrates skin very well.
Moisturizers or cleansers that have protein extracts from soybeans, which balance skin, brighten brown spots, and reduce fine lines.