|CDC10-0570||Bitter Orange Extract||Inquiry|
|CDC10-0571||Rosemary Herb Extract||Inquiry|
Skin protectant ingredients prevent chemical and physical irritants from reaching the skin's surface, which can lead to dermatitis, severe dry skin, and torn or cracked skin. These protective chemicals usually block the skin's pores and glands, but a delicate balance must be maintained to protect the upper layers of the skin from moisture.
There are many ingredients in cosmetic products that have a skin care effect, with a variety of chemical properties that work through their different principles to care for our skin and help it become more hydrated, firm, smooth, brighter, etc. For example, glycerin, hyaluronic acid, collagen hydrolysate, etc., which have moisturizing effects; ceramides and vitamin E, which repair the stratum corneum; salicylic acid and keratolytic enzymes, which help exfoliate the skin; superoxide dismutase (SOD) and Vitamin C derivatives, which are antioxidants; and jojoba oil and shea butter, which moisturize the skin.
Bitter orange extract, derived from bitter orange flowers, is a new type of de-lipidizing and decongesting active ingredient that is effective for edematous, cellulitic and orange-like skin. Mainly used as a cooling agent in cosmetics, it effectively helps lipolysis, reduces oil penetration, stimulates microcirculation and promotes skin regeneration.
Rosemary extract is highly effective and safe, and is widely used in cosmetics, perfumes and soaps.
Everyone's skin type is different, including dry skin, oily skin, combination skin, sensitive skin, acne skin and aging skin, so each beauty lover's skin needs are different and should follow individualization in choosing skin care ingredients, not blindly choosing expensive or imported ones, and what suits you is the best.