Top Botanicals Used for Skin Care

In an era when people are becoming more and more concerned with substances such as GMOS, pesticides, and other compounds that they are constantly being exposed to, botanicals have become increasing popular in the skin care industry. Botanicals – ingredients that are derived from, herbs, roots, flowers, fruits, leaves or seeds – are the perfect solution for a health conscious public that is wary of all the unnatural ingredients used in a wide range of popular products. The reason for this increased popularity is that many botanicals have been proven to promote healthy skin without possessing all of the artificial ingredients that can actually strip skin of its vitality and glow. At Apothederm we use many of the most popular botanicals as the basis for our products.

Here are some botanicals that have repeatedly been shown to promote healthy skin.

Primrose: This botanical is derived from the seeds of a wildflower and is helpful in fighting itchy, dry, scaly skin. It has also been proven to be useful for those suffering from eczema and psoriasis in a number of studies.

Palmaria palmata: A seaweed extract, palmaria helps promote younger looking skin and has also been shown to reduce skin pigmentation for a brighter, more even-toned complexion. This is a key ingredient in our firming serum.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) oil: The essential oil from rosemary has natural antiseptic properties and can protect the skin against damage caused by free radicals. We use it in our moisturizing cream which is a component of our anti-aging system.

Green Tea: There are many studies that show that green tea contains help delay signs of skin aging due to its high antioxidant content. Green tea also helps with age spots, fine lines and wrinkles which are all symptoms of aging skin.

Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice: Extracted from the leaves of the Aloe plant, this botanical has been used for hundreds of years to soothe skin and to reduce inflammation. It also helps moisturize the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles.

Chamomile (Matricaria Recutita): This botanical is a natural anti-inflammatory and helps to hydrate skin. Laboratory tests have also shown it to be an antioxidant, anti-microbial and anti-platelet agent.

Be it the peptides present in our acne treatment system or the botanicals contained in many of our other products, we strive to make sure that you have access to the latest and most effective ingredients skincare science has to offer.

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