When I was younger, my Mother used to make us use this gel-like serum, or emulsion (I can’t describe the consistency), but it was sort of yellowish, and it was called: “Vitamin E Oil”
When I read that Tocopherol Acetate aka Vitamin E was also in Bella Terra Cosmetics’ Daily Moisturizer, and Anti-Wrinkle Cream, I got to wondering about it again;
What exactly does this oil do?
While it’s common knowledge that vitamin E is good for your skin, not that many people could tell you exactly what this nutrient does.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects and repairs your skin.
According to WebMD; Antioxidants are agents that neutralize the oxidant effect of free radicals, which are molecules that damage collagen and cause skin dryness, fine lines and wrinkles. Continue reading
Unicorn of Unicorns, Ingredient of Ingredients…
Left: Before, Right: After
So recently I have been trying to wrap my head around a magical, mythical sounding even, ingredient which supposedly visibly smooths out wrinkles, and practically obliterated breakouts. Ahem, excuse me for a moment whilst I take a thirty minute dance break!
Somehow, somewhere exists an ingredient that has been shown to single handedly improve skin texture, and tighten pores into tiny little non-existent entities.
If you have any dark spots, sun-spots, age-spots, brown spots, and even precancerous lesions (that’s a word!), this ingredients would help lessen the look of those things.
The fabulous unicorn of cosmetics can quiet literally turn back the skin’s clock to a more luminous past.
The final nail in the coffin, and coup to bad skin however, has to be the fact that this ingredient has been tested by both researchers and skeptics exhaustively! It was scrutinized for decades, just to make sure that it could really be as potent as it appeared, and hell–I am happy to report that it was!
You’d think that by now every single cosmetics company worth their weight in gold would use this mythical ingredient in almost everything.
Acne treatment check!
But what is this “unicorn of unicorns”, “ingredient of ingredients?” I hear you ask… Continue reading