MOISTURISER KNOW-HOW: 3 skin helpful ingredients

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When choosing the moisturiser that's right for you, don't get lost in the sea of miracle claims and false promises - more have been made in this area of the cosmetics industry than in any other. Read the labels carefully and decide what you want out of your moisture cream. Here are some ingredients that play an active role in making your skin look good ..

 

 

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Natural moisturising factors or NMF's are a collection of compounds (found naturally in both the dermis and epidermis) that improve the degree of moisturisation in the cells by helping to hold water inside the epidermis. Adding manufactured NMF's to a moisturiser can improve the formula's efficiency considerably.

Vitamin A is one of the most important vitamins for healthy skin. It's particularly useful for relieving dry skin because some experts believe it reduces the hardening and flattening of skin cells in the epidermis. Vitamin A certainly helps keep skin healthy and supple in appearance.

Vitamin E, commonly recognised as a free radical scavenger, hinders the oxidisation process in the skin which can harm the cell structure and speed the ageing process. Vitammin E is used in the medical world in the treatment of herpes and burns and can also help the skin absorb other ingredients.