Ascorbyl Tetra Isopalmitate - Vitamin C (VCIP)
A natural Vitamin C, derived from corn, is known for its abilities in skin whitening and anti-ageing. It easily penetrates into skin and inhibits melanin formation. It is also essential for synthesis of collagen and is an antioxidant which help reduce wrinkles and skin damage caused by free radicals and improve skin texture.
The Most Expensive Natural Vitamin C – The Vitamin C we used in our formulation (Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate, VC-IP)s the most expensive and premium natural Vitamin C in the market . It costs 43 times and 10 times higher than Ascorbic Acid / Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate respectively those are commonly used Vitamin C in the market
Superior Skin Penetration VC-IP is derived from corn which is non-citric base Vitamin C. It exhibits excellent percutaneous absorption and effectively converts into free vitamin C in the skin to perform various physiological functions. It is also with less irritation than other citric based Vitamin C.
Heat- and Oxidation-stable Studies showed that VC IP inhibited Sebum Oxidation are at the same level as the control without UVB irradiation. Also, our Vitamin C products are stability tested at 45 degrees Celsius to show our products are heat-stable.
Best Performing Natural Vitamin C VC IP is a stabilized oil-soluble Vitamin C derivative. It functions well in both gel base, lotion base or cream base skin care products
Pomegranate Seed Oil
Pomegranate is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, potassium and polyphenols. The most interesting polyphenol for skincare, ellagic acid is a powerful antioxidant that is widely used in anti-ageing formulations.
Pomegranate extract helps detoxing the skin of free radicals while also repairing skin that could have been damaged from environmental factors like UV radiation. It also helps protecting the epidermis (the outer layer of the skin) and helps with skin cell regeneration in the epidermis and dermis. Promoting collagen and elastin production, resulting smoother and firmer skin.
Kakadu Plum is an unique Australia flora native to Northern Territory, a world heritage listed area. It has been identified world wide as the single natural food source with the highest Vitamin C content on the planet over 50 times the concentration found in oranges.
It also contains many minerals, amino acids and different fruit acids. It is an antioxidant and can help reduce skin damage caused by free radicals. It also helps reduce wrinkles and brightens the skin, giving it a youthful appearance.
Retinol (Vitamin A)
Retinol is highly recognized as a very effective vitamin for anti- aging treatment due to its capacity to stimulate collagen production, accelerate cell reproduction and normalize skin keratinization. Its regular application significantly improves skin elasticity, smoothness, and softness, resulting in younger, clearer and healthier looking skin. Nevertheless, Retinol is highly sensitive to oxidation and degradation in the presence of air. These challenges were overcomes with a stabilized pure Retinol in a microencapsulation, it helps to improve the performance and shelf life of the final formula. This Encapsulated Retinol is easily released upon rubbing action. Until the moment of application, Retinol remains fresh and potent.
“Retinol, however, sinks into your skin and speeds up cell turnover, causing your body to churn out fresher, smoother skin again,” says Dermatologist Mona Gohara, M.D., associate clinical professor at Yale University. Because Retinol cause skin to shed cells faster than normal, you may experience some reactions such as irritation, flakiness, dryness or breakouts, until your skin gets through the adjustment period. That’s why professional suggested to use gentle formula and also to start slowly particularly if you have sensitive skin. That is, to apply Retinol once a week, twice a week and then add on gradually.
To get a long-term benefits, dermatologist Tobechi Ebede, M.D., clinical assistant professor in dermatology at Cornell, recommended that “You have to use these products most nights..… They are changing your skin, and if you don’t use them routinely, your skin will go right back to baseline.” It will take at least 2-3 months of consistent application to notice some reduction in fine lines, dark spots, and acne.
There are many types of Retinol in the market, some are mild and some are strong and needed to be prescribed. Dr. Gohara suggested startling with the gentlest and moving up to higher strength over after a year. Regardless of what strength of Retinol you use, they’re all effective in the long run. Studies from National Library of Medicine show that you’ll reach the same long-term anti-aging effects over time with a low-strength or moderate-strength retinoid.
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) and Vitamin B5 (Panthenol)
VITAMIN B3 – NIACINAMIDE
Vitamin B3 is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly minimise enlarged pores, tighten lax pores, even skin tone, soften fine lines and diminish dullness.
Topically applying also help to strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier, which can reduce moisture loss and dehydration. This B vitamin is also known to help reduce the visible effects of environmental damage, so skin appears healthier and more radiant.
Niacinamide is uniquely compatible with any of the products in your skin care routine, including those that contain retinol, peptides, hyaluronic acid, AHAs, BHA, vitamin C, and all types of antioxidants.
You can use multiple niacinamide-containing products in your routine, and it will still be non-sensitizing as this ingenious B vitamin is well tolerated by all skin types. It’s even suitable for use by those with sensitive or rosacea-prone skin. Vitamin B3 can actually help a lot of skin problems from dry skin, inflammation to ageing problems.
One of the best randomized, double-blind, split-face, placebo-controlled, clinical trials published on the anti-aging effects of topical niacinamide was done by Bissett et al. “50 white females with clinical signs of photodamage applied 5% niacinamide to half of the face and its vehicle control to the other half twice daily.” The results also demonstrated that the anti-aging effects of 5% and 2% niacinamide. Results included reductions in fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmented spots, red blotchiness, skin sallowness, and improvement in skin elasticity. But the final effect were dose dependent.
Benefits on Skin: Minimise Pore, Fades Pigments, Prevents Wrinkles, Treats Acne, Hydrating
VITAMIN B5 – PANTHENOL
Panthenol is a water-soluble essential nutrient. There’s a reason Panthenol makes its way into so many beauty products – it’s a moisturising powerhouse that promotes soft, supple, comfortable skin. Combining easily with many ingredients, Vitamin B5 (Panthenol) has an anti-inflammatory effect that can help stimulate skin’s healing processes. It is also a natural moisturiser that helps restore skin moisture and bind water into skin.
Panthenol is a natural moisturiser which able to attract and hold moisture in the skin. Its ability to fill the gaps between dead skin cells, helping soften the skin, keep it moist and flexible, and preventing
skin from dryness. Panthenol also provide repair and soothing function, commonly used for acne, sun burn, minor skin irritations, insect bites or nappy rash.
Vitamin B5 boosts the production of glutathione in your skin. This component binds the free radicals and peroxides, which, in turn, reduces the formation of melanin and minimizes the appearance of
dark spots on your face Vitamin B5 also helps the skin regenerate overnight. It helps the skin to stay healthy and assists the body with metabolising leading to healthier cells overall. It also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.