Lookout for These Ingredients in Your Beauty Products to Get the Best Results

With the supermarket shelves being flooded with beauty and skincare products, it can get really overwhelming to pick the right option. In addition to this, the bigwigs of the beauty industry fight tooth and nail to lure the customer with their impeccable advertisements. But, amidst the entire clamor, it is necessary to remember that the only thing important is your skin. Neither the opulent packaging of the product nor the celebrity face behind it will give you the skin that you desire. In the end, it is just the ingredients in the product that will give you soft, young, and lustrous skin.

So, here are some ingredients that you must lookout for before picking the right ayurvedic beauty products for your skin regime.

Hyaluronic Acid

The hyaluronic acid is responsible for keeping the skin hydrated. When you use products that have hyaluronic acid, you are helping your skin to stay moisturized by locking in the hydration. In fact, products with good hyaluronic acid content can help your skin stay hydrated for the complete day. Pick creams and moisturizers that contain hyaluronic acid, which is usually listed as sodium hyaluronate under the ingredient list. The higher it is there on the list, the more power it has in that particular product. You can use the serums loaded with hyaluronic acid twice a day by wearing them under the moisturizer.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a rich source of antioxidants. It is a potent ingredient to remove uneven tone and to make the complexion brighter .The ingredient has gained immense popularity in recent times due to its complexion improvement properties. In fact, when it comes to helping the skin gain back its luster, vitamin C is considered to be a vital ingredient. Serums that contain vitamin C are the easiest and the most effective way of giving your skin the dose of vitamin C that it needs. To find the right skin care product that contains vitamin C, look for L-absorbic acid on the ingredient list. You can use a vitamin C serum during the day as well as wear it as a night cream under your moisturizer and it is also present in various herbal beauty products online.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is an essential nutrient to lock in the natural moisture of the skin and to give it a luster. It is a great exfoliator, expedites the process of cell renewal, and promotes the production of collagen. Thankfully, vitamin A is easily available in the market in the form of retinol and retinoid. While retinols can be easily procured over the counter, retinoids are stronger and thus, are only available through a prescription written by a dermatologist. Consult a dermatologist to pick the best vitamin A for your skin to make it a part of your skincare regime. If talking to a dermatologist looks very time-consuming, you can simply get over-the-counter retinol and start using it under your moisturizer a few times a week.

Collagen

Collagen plays a vital role in maintaining the health of the skin, hair, bones, connective tissues, and joints. Although an ample amount of collagen can be found in the body, its production decrease with age. Therefore, it is important to provide the body with its supplements. For that, you can opt for any collagen product that available in a wide range of variety. Collagen shots, pills, and powders are some of the products you can use to incorporate collagen into your skincare regime.

Indian Gooseberry

Indian gooseberry, also known as amla berry fruit, is a product of amlaka tree which can be found on the Indian soil in abundance. It is loaded with antioxidant properties which makes it a favorite among Ayurvedic medicine practitioners and is present in ayurvedic beauty products. Also, it contains vitamins A and C—the nutrients that are essential for skincare. Pick beauty and ayurveda products and food supplements that contain this ingredient.

Selenium

Selenium is a type of antioxidant that boosts the health of the skin. It can be naturally found in water and in foods such as saltwater fish and walnuts. Also, selenium supplements are available which not only promote skin health but also provide several other health benefits.

Zinc

An important micronutrient, zinc is the second most commonly found mineral in the human body. It plays an important role in the activity of more than 300 enzymes in the body which perform various functions such as metabolism and digestion. In addition to promoting the overall health of the skin, zinc also provides support to the structure of the skin.

Cucumber

If you wish to remove the blemishes from your skin, especially from the under-eye area, look for products that contain cucumber. The vegetable works like an astringent and gives a soothing effect to the skin. Also, it is extremely beneficial for firming and rejuvenation of the skin.

Blue-Green Marine Algae

While buying a face wash look for this ingredient. It is a small sea plant that is loaded with proteins and peptides. It also works as a hydrating agent and gives the skin its luster and a dewy effect.



Grapefruit and Mint

If you are looking for an effective body scrub, look for these ingredients in it. While grapefruit contains citric acid, which makes it a natural exfoliant, mint works as a natural astringent. If you have dry skin and need some hydration, pick body scrubs that contain lemon and coconut. While lemon will stimulate the skin, coconut oil will replenish it.