Skincare: Our skin has requirements, and the Internet may be a useful tool in determining what is best for it. Retinol, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C… These substances are in great demand on the internet.
The realm of skincare is a fascinating one. Whether it’s creams, serums, hot waters, or even boosters… All of these cosmetic goods with increasingly difficult-to-pronounce names and ingredients fascinate us. Why is this so? Because it works most of the time. Indeed, there are products that may substantially assist us in slowing down skin ageing, giving the skin a long-term boost of brightness, or deflating our bags beneath the eyes. We often hear about these well-known substances in TV commercials or in our favourite fashion publications. As a result, some keywords are especially sought after on the internet in order to determine their specific usefulness. Cult Beauty has revealed the top ten most searched-for ingredients since the beginning of 2020. Here, we take stock.
Skincare: Yes, it is found in oranges and citrus juices, but our skin need this Swiss army knife element in skincare. Vitamin C, an antioxidant, complexion enhancer, and natural self-tanner, also aids in cell regeneration and collagen formation. In a nutshell, it’s a must-have, and Internet users are fully aware of it. It may be found in Paula’s Choice C15 Super Booster, Hylamide’s C25 Vitamin C Booster, and Honest Beauty’s Vitamin C Radiance Serum.
Skincare: It is also regarded as a wonder component in cosmetics. First and foremost, retinol is an important ally in the fight against wrinkles and fine lines. It tightens the skin, eliminates acne, and shrinks pores. Because retinol promotes cell regeneration, you might say it’s a substance we adore. However, certain skin types may be sensitive to retinol. Then we conduct testing by progressively increasing the amount of retinol in the product.
Tipology’s Retinol 0.3 percent Lines & Wrinkles Serum, Skinceuticals Retinol 0.3, and Poppy Austin’s Retinol Day and Night Cream all contain retinol.
Skincare: Who hasn’t longed to use castor oil to make their hair grow quicker or to fill in gaps in their hair density? Because it is a natural substance, we have known about its efficacy for many years and it has never let us down. Castor oil is high in fatty acids and vitamin E, and it has been shown to reduce inflammation, hydrate, and encourage hair development.
It’s in L’Occitane’s Aromachologie Repairing Oil and BBB London’s Luscious Lash Oil mascara for lash growth.
Skincare: Hyaluronic acid is a well-known skincare chemical that provides hydration and anti-aging benefits. Indeed, it can hold 1000 times its own weight in humidity. As a result, it will have a plumping and moisturising effect. Because of its efficacy, hyaluronic acid is increasingly being used in cosmetic products.
Skincare: You’ve undoubtedly heard of it. Squalane is creating a reputation for itself in the world of beauty. This natural component may be found in a variety of goods, most notably cleansers. What is its advantage? It aids the skin’s ability to retain water. However, be in mind that not all skin types tolerate squalane. It’s available in The Ordinary’s squalane cleanser and makeup remover, Caudalie’s Resveratrol Lift Firming Serum, and Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream.
Skincare: Do you suffer from acne? You have undoubtedly discovered the wonder solution that will assist your skin in combating these flaws. Its activity is amazing: it enters pores and exfoliates the skin, dissolves dead cells that plug pores, and removes blackheads. Obviously, we don’t forget to moisturise well after such stripping.
Try Paula’s Choice Skin Perfecting 2 percent BHA Fluid Exfoliator, Eradikate® by Kate Sommerville, or Clinique’s Anti-Blemish Solutions Cleansing Gel.
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Skincare: Benzoyl peroxide is one of the potent chemicals that may heal the skin’s (major) flaws. As a result, it’s no wonder that it’s one of the most searched compounds on Google. It does, in fact, eliminate the germs that cause acne on the skin. Benzoyl peroxide is not a toy, and it is essential to obtain expert guidance before using it. It may be found in the Curaspot to rinse 5% gel.
Skincare: Witch hazel is a plant extract with purifying characteristics that seeks to tighten the pores of the skin and efficiently decrease redness. However, it has the potential to dry out the skin. If the latter has a negative response to the product, particularly over time, it is best to discontinue use.
Waam’s witch hazel flower water and Murad’s anti-redness tonic both include it.
Skincare: Niacinamide, like vitamin C, is a beauty Swiss army knife. It has several advantages, including constricted pores, hydration, protection, and treatment of skin hyperpigmentation. Niacinamide is the right balance for healthy skin.
It’s a component in The Ordinary’s 100 percent Niacinamide powder and Charlotte Tilbury’s Crystal Elixir serum.
Skincare: Ceramides are the last item on the most searched-for list. These chemicals aid in the strengthening of the skin barrier, which defends against external aggressors in particular. Ceramides will also help to smooth and plump the skin.
Ceramides may be found in products such as Sunday Riley’s Ice Ceramide Moisturizing Cream and CeraVe Face Moisturizing Cream.