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Advantages A proven effectiveness. Unless you live under a rock you must have heard about shea butter. It comes from the seeds of African Shea or Karite Trees and used as a magic moisturizer and emollient. A white, waxy emollient that gives "body" to skincare formulas.
Comes from coconut or palm kernel oil. You can read more about its magic properties at xylitylglucoside. If HA does not tell you anything we have a super detailed, geeky explanation about it here. HA is famous for its crazy water holding capacity as it can bind up to times its own weight in water. As far as skincare goes, sodium hyaluronate and hyaluronic acid are pretty much the same and the two names are used interchangeably. As cosmetic chemist kindofstephen writes on reddit "sodium hyaluronate disassociates into hyaluronic acid molecule and a sodium atom in solution".
In spite of this, if you search for "hyaluronic acid vs sodium hyaluronate" you will find on multiple places that sodium hyaluronate is smaller and can penetrate the skin better. Chemically, this is definitely not true, as the two forms are almost the same, both are polymers and the subunits can be repeated in both forms as much as you like.
We also checked Prospector for sodium hyaluronate versions actually used in cosmetic products and found that the most common molecular weight was 1. What seems to be a true difference, though, is that the salt form is more stable, easier to formulate and cheaper so it pops up more often on the ingredient lists. If you wanna become a real HA-and-the-skin expert you can read way more about the topic at hyaluronic acid including penetration-questions, differences between high and low molecular weight versions and a bunch of references to scientific literature.
One of the many types of ceramides that can be found naturally in the upper layer of the skin. It works even better when combined with its pal, Ceramide 1. We wrote way more about ceramides at ceramide 1, so click here to know more.
A type of ceramide that can be found naturally in the upper layer of the skin. We have written way more about ceramides at ceramide 1, so click here to know more. Ceramides get quite a lot of hype recently and good news: there is a reason for that. They are waxy lipids that can be found naturally in the outer layer of the skin called stratum corneum - SC. And they are there in big amounts! The goopy stuff between our skin cells is called extracellular matrix that consists mainly of lipids.
If ceramides in the skin are decreased, more water can evaporate from the skin and there is less water remaining in the skin. So ceramides form kind of a "water-proof" protecting layer and make sure that our skin remains nice and hydrated. Now the question is only this: If we put ceramides all over our face do they work as well as ceramides already naturally in our skin?
Well, the answer is probably a no, but they do work to some extent. The BeautyBrains blog made a fantastic article about ceramides and they have listed a couple of examples about studies showing that ceramides - especially when used in certain ratios with cholesterol and fatty acids - do hydrate the skin and can help to repair the skin barrier.
So far we were writing about ceramides in plural. Chemically speaking, ceramides are the connection of a fatty acid and a sphingoid base and both parts can have different variations that result in the different types of ceramides.
It contains the essential fatty acid, linoleic acid and has a unique structure. Oh, and one more thing: alkaline pH inhibits enzymes that help ceramide synthesis in our skin. So if you use a soap and you notice your skin is becoming dry, now you know why. A study showed that Phytosphingosine even works against evil acne-causing bacteria, Propionibacterium acnes and shows promise as a complementing active ingredient in treating acne-prone skin thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial activities.
The skin lipids play a super important role in maintaining a healthy skin barrier and keeping the skin nice and moisturized and not dry or cracked. A super common, waxy, white, solid stuff that helps water and oil to mix together, gives body to creams and leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth.
Chemically speaking, it is the attachment of a glycerin molecule to the fatty acid called stearic acid. It can be produced from most vegetable oils in oils three fatty acid molecules are attached to glycerin instead of just one like here in a pretty simple, "green" process that is similar to soap making. It also occurs naturally in our body and is used as a food additive. As cosmetic chemist Colins writes it , "its safety really is beyond any doubt".
Together with ceramides and fatty acids, they play a vital role in having a healthy skin barrier and keeping the skin hydrated. A very common water-loving surfactant and emulsifier that helps to keep water and oil mixed nicely together. A very common ingredient that can be found in all cell membranes. The resulting cream or lotion has great cosmetic properties with good spreadability and an enhanced soft skin feel.
Though its long name does not reveal it, this polymer molecule big molecule from repeated subunits or monomers is a relative to the super common, water-loving thickener, Carbomer. This means that our molecule is part water- and part oil-loving, so it not only works as a thickener but also as an emulsion stabilizer.
It is very common in gel-type formulas that also contain an oil-phase as well as in cleansers as it also works with most cleansing agents unlike a lot of other thickeners. If the product is too runny, a little xanthan gum will make it more gel-like. Used alone, it can make the formula sticky and it is a good team player so it is usually combined with other thickeners and so-called rheology modifiers helper ingredients that adjust the flow and thus the feel of the formula.
Btw, Xanthan gum is all natural, a chain of sugar molecules polysaccharide produced from individual sugar molecules glucose and sucrose via fermentation. The unfancy name for it is lye. BTW, lye is not something new. It was already used by ancient Egyptians to help oil and fat magically turn into something else. Can you guess what? It still often shows up in the ingredient list of soaps and other cleansers.
Also, has some antimicrobial activity so it can help to boost the effectiveness of the preservative system. It can be found in nature - in green tea - but the version used in cosmetics is synthetic. Other than having a good safety profile and being quite gentle to the skin it has some other advantages too.
A big molecule created from repeated subunits a polymer of acrylic acid that magically converts a liquid into a nice gel formula. It usually has to be neutralized with a base such as sodium hydroxide for the thickening to occur and it creates viscous, clear gels that also feel nice and non-tacky on the skin. No wonder, it is a very popular and common ingredient.
If you have spotted ethylhexylglycerin on the ingredient list, most probably you will see there also the current IT-preservative, phenoxyethanol. They are good friends because ethylhexylglycerin can boost the effectiveness of phenoxyethanol and other preservatives and as an added bonus it feels nice on the skin too.
Login Register. Follow us on our new Insta page ». ACM laboratoire dermatologique. Thanks to its complex of soothing, restructuring and moisturising active substances, Sebionex Hydra cream effectively combats skin dryness, it restructures the skin barrier and soothes sensations of irritation and tautness.
Sebionex Hydra thus restores skin comfort and compensates for the side effects of some dermatological treatments. Compare Report Error Embed. Alcohol Free. Fragrance and Essential Oil Free. Key Ingredients Anti-acne : Niacinamide , Phytosphingosine. Antioxidant : Tocopherol. Cell-communicating ingredient : Niacinamide , Phytosphingosine.
Skin brightening : Niacinamide. Buffering : Ammonium Lactate , Sodium Hydroxide. Preservative : Phenoxyethanol , Ethylhexylglycerin. Solvent : Aqua Water , Propanediol. Skim through Ingredient name what-it-does irr. Aqua Water. Also-called: Water What-it-does: solvent. Expand to read more Once inside the skin, it hydrates, but not from the outside - putting pure water on the skin hello long baths!
What-it-does: emollient. Niacinamide - superstar. Squalane - goodie. What-it-does: skin-identical ingredient , emollient Irritancy: 0 Read where this data comes from and how to interpret it. Read where this data comes from and how to interpret it. Expand to read more Another advantage of squalane is that it is pretty much compatible with all skin types and skin conditions. Glycerin - superstar. What-it-does: emollient Irritancy: 0 Read where this data comes from and how to interpret it.
Expand to read more As for hair care, it is a non-volatile silicone meaning that it stays on the hair rather than evaporates from it and smoothes the hair like no other thing. Hydroxyethyl Urea - goodie. Sodium Acrylates Copolymer. What-it-does: viscosity controlling. Cetearyl Alcohol. Butyrospermum Parkii Shea Butter - goodie.
Also-called: Shea Butter What-it-does: emollient , viscosity controlling. Cetyl Palmitate.