Functional Ingredients
Materials that work physiologically within the skin or aid in protecting the skin from insult are also called active ingredients.
  • Moisturizers
    Moisturizers are generally polar materials that are hygroscopic in nature; they hold onto water. An important tool to assess the efficiency of moisturizers is the high scope.
  • Whitening
    Whitening agents are often used to address problems associated with hyper-pigmentation, including melasma, acne scars, dark spots and uneven skin tones.
  • Anti-Oxidants

    Antioxidants are naturally occurring substances that may provide protection against the effects of damaging free radicals on the cells in your body, including your skin. 

  • Anti-Aging
    Anti- Aging come to "smoothing wrinkles, unclogging pores, lightening superficial brown spots, and improving the texture of the skin.
  • Antimicrobial Agents
    Antimicrobial ingredients are materials that protect against the growth of microorganisms in personal care products, including bacteria, viruses and fungi.
  • Sunscreens
    Sunscreens are a class of compounds that protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation. Wavelengths between 290nm and 400nm are particularly damaging to the skin.
  • Plant-derived Actives
    Active ingredients that derived from plants.
  • Animal-derived Actives
    Active ingredients that derived from animals.
  • Actives by Synthesis
    Active ingredients that are synthetic.
  • Fragrance Modulators
    Natural fraction of natural essential oils, obtained by molecular distillation. And The first pheromones and copulines in cosmetics, toiletries and fragrance preparations to counter drawbacks of cleansing and deodorization.
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