The Three Natural Skincare Ingredients that Dermatologists Recommend

The Three Natural Skincare Ingredients that Dermatologists Recommend

At Nakin we do lots of research when choosing which ingredients should be in our natural anti-ageing skincare, as we always want to use the best ones that are at the forefront of natural beauty science. There are so many ingredients to choose from but there are some that always come up as being special natural ingredients, and that natural dermatologists love. The top three natural ones consistently come up as being hyaluronic acid, plant peptides and botanical oils. Read on to find out why they are so loved by dermatologists.

Plant Oils

We think that every dermatologist will agree how beneficial plant oils are for skin. This is why we use them so much in our natural anti-ageing face products. Plant oils are essential ingredients in skin care due to their natural composition of fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Plant oils can effectively nourish the skin with nutrients that it needs for healthy functioning. Dermatologists often recommend plant oils because many of them possess numerous benefits such as being non-comedogenic (not clogging pores), hypoallergenic (low allergen potential), and their anti-inflammatory properties. Plant oils are also known to have healing properties and can help repair damaged or irritated skin. With the right selection plant oils could provide relief for a variety of skin conditions, including inflammation, dryness, and irritation. Ultimately, plant oils are an excellent choice for people who want to keep their skin looking healthy and hydrated.

The other remarkable thing about plant oils is that many of them are rich in vitamins such as vitamin C, which we believe is much better in a natural form. It has masses of skin boosting properties, but synthetic versions can be quite harsh on the face and neck. Additionally, they can be combined with other natural ingredients in order to maximise the effectiveness of any skincare routine. Dermatologists recommend plant oils as part of a regular skincare regimen because they are safe and gentle on the skin, while providing powerful nourishment from natural sources.

Hyaluronic Acid

Another ingredient that is recommended by dermatologists is hyaluronic acid, and this is why we use it in most of our products. It helps the skin retain moisture more effectively, making it softer and smoother. Furthermore, it has antioxidant properties which help protect against environmental damage from free radicals and sun exposure. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring element in the skin. It retains moisture and helps keep the skin hydrated, soft and supple. As we age, the levels of hyaluronic acid in our skin decreases, which can lead to wrinkles, creases and sagging. Dermatologists recommend using products with hyaluronic acid in because it helps replenish lost moisture and supports collagen production, which gives the skin its elasticity. 

When applied to the skin, hyaluronic acid creates a protective barrier that locks in moisture for long-term hydration. This helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, while also making the skin look more youthful. Additionally, hyaluronic acid can help protect the skin from environmental stressors like pollution and UV rays.

Using hyaluronic acid-rich products is an easy and effective way to keep your skin looking its best. Look for our cleansers, moisturisers, eye cream, lip balm and treatments that contain this natural ingredient for maximum hydration benefits. With regular use of our products you will notice softer, smoother skin that looks more youthful and healthier.

Naturally Derived Peptides

Peptides are small proteins that can help rejuvenate the face. They work by signalling the skin cells to produce more collagen, which is responsible for providing structure and volume to the skin. This helps reduce wrinkles, fine lines and age spots, while also improving overall skin tone and texture. This is why we use an amazing one in our Natural Eye Cream and Face Serum. Dermatologists often recommend peptides as part of a comprehensive anti-ageing program, and they are much kinder to skin than retinol. When used in combination with other anti-ageing measures such as sun protection and hydration, peptides can help to reduce the visible signs of ageing and revitalise the face. As part of a long-term anti-ageing regime, peptides can be a valuable tool in maintaining a youthful appearance for many years to come.

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