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    Why you need Enzymes in skin care

    Why you need Enzymes in skin care

    Have you ever wondered to yourself why you need Enzymes in skin care products? Well, if you have been using skin care products for any length of time then the answer is probably yes. The problem is most people do not think about the role Enzymes play in the body and therefore, they do not know what they can do for them or how they can benefit from the use of skin care products containing Enzymes. Enzymes are the building blocks of life and without them we are pretty much just walking around. So if you are wondering to yourself why you need Enzymes in skin care products, then I would like to invite you to read this article very carefully because it will enlighten you and help you understand why you need Enzymes in skin care products.

    Enzymes For Skin

    Enzymes break down the keratin protein in the upper layer of the skin, which bonds dead skin cells together. Without this the dead skin can gently slough off. This results in smoother, softer skin and also helps diminish scars and pigmentation."

    Most of the enzymes used in skincare products are sourced from fruits and vegetables, such as papaya, pineapple and pumpkin. These enzymes are called proteolytic enzymes and their role is to break down proteins.

     Ever wondered why your mouth can feel a little sensitive and funny after you eat pineapple? This is down to the enzymes breaking down the flesh in your mouth," 

     

     Enzymes Better Than Acids?

       Enzymes aren’t universally better than acids, but can be more suitable for certain skin types and issues. They are a much more gentle way to exfoliate and brighten the complexion, and especially beneficial for those with sensitive skin and women who are pregnant." In general, acids like AHAs and BHAs are more potent, so they will work more deeply and intensely; with that, there is a chance for potential irritation.

      Enzymes a great choice for those who find are unable to tolerate acids and need a gentler touch."

    The Importance of Hyaluronic Acid for Your Skin!

    The Importance of Hyaluronic Acid for Your Skin! - Skin Care By Suzie

    Hyaluronic Acid (HA) in Skincare

     

    Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an immensely popular ingredient in skincare. BiON includes it in Oil Free Moisturizing Gel, Pure Hydration Serum, Moisture Complex, Titanium Dioxide Suncream, Tinted Mineral SPF 35, Ultra Moisture Renewal, Naturally Soft Body Lotion, Collagen Revival Serum, Mandelic Acid Serum, Dermatitis Cream, Seaweed Mask, and Youthful Eyes Peptide Cream. It’s also naturally found in the body. Most of it dwells in the extracellular matrix, the structure which holds up the cells of your skin. Hyaluronic acid is found in both the epidermis and the deeper dermis, where it plays an important role in hydration, metabolic processes, skin repair, and protection against free radical and UV damage.
    HA is a glycosaminoglycan, a class of chemicals that can hold onto water very efficiently. Due to its very polar nature 1 gram of HA can hold onto 6 liters of water! HA keeps skin firm and plump.
    In skincare, HA is mostly used for its incredible ability to hold onto moisture and is included in moisturizers and serums as a humectant ingredient. Humectants hydrate the skin, and since one of the effects of dehydrated skin is fine lines and wrinkles, this can make your skin look dramatically younger and less tired.
    The HA used in skincare isn’t all the same. It’s usually divided into different sizes: there’s high molecular weight HA, which has a larger molecular size, and low molecular weight HA, which is formed by chopping it into smaller fragments. The main significance of the different sizes is that smaller molecules are able to penetrate the skin better than larger molecules, which means that low molecular weight HA can hydrate deeper than high molecular weight HA, which holds onto water at the surface of the skin. Unfortunately, even low molecular HA can only penetrate into the lower epidermis. The size of low molecular weight HA is still far beyond the size limit that allows penetration through the skin barrier. When applied topically, both of these molecules sit on the skin surface or within the topmost layer of the skin.
    There’s some debate on how low molecular weight HA can act as an inflammatory signal and therefore be harmful. BiON uses predominantly high molecular weight HA because of its added ability to bring moisture to the skin, its ability to form a cosmetically pleasing gel form and because, unlike low molecular weight HA it does not promote inflammation.
    Written by Larry Lockhart, R.P., BiON Skincare Products

    Ingredients: One of the Reasons to Love BiON Products

    Ingredients: One of the Reasons to Love BiON Products The first three ingredients discussed below will be added to products in our acne line within the next two weeks.  The bottles are being printed and we are excited to upgrade our already very effective acne line.  These 3 ingredients have already been added to our new […]

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