Active ingredients in cosmetics refer to the efficacious ingredients of maintenance products and will be found in products such as sunscreen, whitening, anti-acne, or products claiming efficacy. Because active ingredients are considered to have drug allergy effects, the amount and specific effects of each active ingredient must comply with the regulations of the competent authorities.
The most important ingredient in anti-acne products is the anti-acne active ingredient. Truly effective ingredients must be added in sufficient quantities and in the right combination of ingredients in the laboratory to help the skin maintain a stable and optimal skin condition after use.
Anti-dandruff agents are designed to reduce the formation of dandruff. The treatment of dandruff requires the use of multiple "active ingredients" that are both antibacterial and antiseptic.
Anticaries are active ingredients added to oral care products, such as toothpaste, to help prevent and control dental caries through daily use.
The aluminum salt commonly used in antiperspirants is aluminum hydroxychloride. It effectively inhibits sweating and sweat odor. It reduces sweating by forming small crystals at the mouth of the sweat escape route.
Astringents are chemicals that contract or shrink body tissues. Its benefits include acne reduction, skin tightening, pore shrinking/unclogging, and skin cleansing.
Lip protectants are used to protect the lips and its main ingredients include beeswax, petroleum jelly, lanolin, menthol and camphor.
Skin protectant Ingredients prevent chemical and physical irritants from reaching the skin's surface, which can lead to dermatitis, severe skin dryness, skin tears or cracking.
Skin protectants are liquid film-forming products available in a variety of packaging options, including foam applicators, wipe bottles and spray bottles.
Sunscreens are designed to prevent sunburn, photoaging and tanning through inorganic and organic active ingredients.