Nowadays, the market is flooded with what they say as innovative skincare products with prices that can be a little astronomical. To rule out confusion, what does the word ‘innovative’ really means? Some would say that it goes hand in hand with the terms such as modern, inventive, ground-breaking, and pioneering. And these synonyms are just what are going into the tubes of these skincare products that we have right now. The moment when you put in the latest discoveries of modern science along with the outstanding properties of nature, blend them together, then you’ll arrive with exceptional products that would really work—this is what innovative skincare actually means! Are you still in deep perplexity? Let me rant about some of these ingredients that would comprise these innovative products while talking about modern skincare jargon with an aim of vanishing confusion out on your mind.
Argireline (Acetyl Hexapeptide-3) – This is a concoction of amino acids that creates neuropeptide, known to relax the muscle which is the main culprit for the appearance of wrinkles. With this, it works similar to having your face botoxed, only cheaper. This is very much effective once use around the eyes and on the foreheads. Argireline is found on serums, and it can as well lessen lines by as much as 30 percent. It is non-toxic too, plus no unwelcome side effects are seen on people using it.
Matrixyl (Palmitoyl Petapeptide-3) – This is the end result of the study aimed to look for a product that will promote faster healing of wounds and wrinkles. This especially chemicals aid in stimulating the works of fibroblast that are basically cells that are microscopic in appearance but works big time in repairing damaged tissues as well as aids in the process of forming new tissues. Fibroblasts are found only on mature skin although they are not very much active given the fact that collagen levels cease once a person reach the age of 45. Matrixyls is available on moisturizers and serums.
Antarcticine- In the world where fine lines is a big no, this chemical was developed in a battle to fight aging. This is basically a strain of bacteria referred to as the Pseudoaltermonas Antarctica which was found beneath the glacier on King George Island, South Shetland Island, and Antarctica. It embraces a big deal or purpose and functions which include the interaction of collagen to augment collagen production, increase moisture, perk up elastic formation, hydration purposes, and repair damaged tissues. Studies show that it is extremely effectual for cold weather climates thus making it as the perfect choice if your skin was strained due to the angst brought by cold weather and wind. This is particularly available on serums and moisturizers.
Allistin- Sometimes this is better spelled as Alistin. It is a pseudodipeptide, a name given for false double link protein that dole out in inhibiting oxidation of the cells by means of blocking inflammatory enzymes that are known to break down the cell structure. It is presented among serums.