Skincare Ingredients for Safe Hydration
Ingredients In Your Skincare Products
The first thing when it comes to a healthy skincare routine is to look at the ingredients, especially for those who have sensitive skin. Or better yet search for quality brands that are EWG verified, like Ginjo EWG skin deep products, that are not only cruelty-free, but also contain no harmful ingredients, with full transparency of all ingredients in every product.
Top Co-Star Ingredients To Look For In Skincare
Even though we have narrowed it down to safe ingredients, it can still be challenging to know where to begin. The best approach is to look for vital elements that can help with a specific problem. What is even better is to find ones that can assist with multiple skincare issues.
Ginseng: This superfood ingredient is the cornerstone of any anti-aging routine. Enriched with tons of phytonutrients, Ginseng is known to stimulate the skin’s metabolism and rid it of the free radicals. It is effective at increasing the production of collagen, firming, toning, plumping the skin and diminishing wrinkles and fine lines. Ginseng is the cornerstone of our skincare line, which is why we only use superior Korean forest-grown Ginseng harvested at its peak potency.
Some other must-have ingredients include:
- Hyaluronic acid
- Plant seed oils
Must-Have Hydrating Skincare Products
In the ever-expanding skincare market, certain standby beauty products are a must to add to your skincare regimen. See some of our favorites below.
Toners: Toners are great for balancing your complexion and prepping the skin, maximizing the efficiency of your moisturizers and serums!
Need a recommendation? Our Ginjo Wake-Up Toner is the secret weapon to healthy, hydrated skin. It helps to “wake up” youthful cells of your skin, restoring the PH balance, leaving your complexion radiant and smooth.
Eye Creams: Did you know that dehydration is a common cause of undereye puffiness and other aging undereye issues? Find the best anti-aging eye cream, like our Ginjo Moisturizing Eye Cream, that can deeply replenish the delicate skin around the eyes while providing long-lasting moisture.
To sum it all up, dehydration is one of the common skin issues, impacting around 96% of the population. When the skin is dehydrated, signs of aging are more prominent and worsen. Furthermore, dehydration can rob your body and skin of vital nutrients, leading to a loss of collagen, premature wrinkles, and more! Fortunately, there are lifestyle behaviors, starting with diet, that can help you maintain healthy hydration levels.