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10 Trendy, Bizarre Skin Care Ingredients That REALLY Work!

by JJ Follano 03 Oct 2016 0 Comments
kale_title1. Caviar: The antioxidant properties of caviar has been shown to reduce the signs of aging and leave your skin looking smooth and revitalized. Caviar also contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, which promote glowing, balanced skin. Caviar can stimulate collagen production, reducing wrinkles and signs of aging. 2. Plantains: Plantains have been an all-natural, traditional cure for skin conditions like sunburns and eczema for years. The leaves of plantains are packed with nutrients including tannins, aucubin, and mucilage. Plantains are known for their rich antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and are extremely valuable to those who suffer from frequent skin irritation and rashes due to sensitive skin. 3. Kale: Ok, so this isn't the newest addition to the list, but there is no doubt that it is a superfood that is also great for your skin! This dark, leafy green is packed with Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K, all of which are great for naturally boosting keratin production. Kale is excellent at reducing damage caused by free radicals. Be sure to check out our Eminence Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Masque and Eminence Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum to absorb the full benefits of this superfood! bee-apis4. Chia Seeds: Chia Seeds have been on the rise, everywhere. People are adding them as a nutritious filler in protein shakes, smoothies, and snacks, and now they are even being added to skin care products. Chia Seeds are an antioxidant with incredible anti-aging benefits. Check out this website for some cool Chia Seed Exfoliating Masque and Hair Gel recipes. 5. Bee Venom: We have been using honey for years in skin care products, but recently bee venom has been shown to have highly beneficial effects on the skin as well. When added to a cream, masque, or serum, bee venom can supposedly trick your skin into thinking it's been stung. This can cause a plumping and tightening sensation that will diminish signs of aging. What does bee venom contain that makes it work so well? It is actually a combination of enzymes, peptides, and amino acids. It's ability to bring quick, powerful, and lasting results has earned it the nickname - Earth's Natural Botox. 6. Snail Slime: You heard right, we said snail slime. The cosmetic name for snail slime is snail filtrate, and it is packed with all-natural nutrients like hyaluronic acid, glycoprotein, proteoglycans, and antimicrobial and copper peptides. These ingredients are already being used in skin care products and shown to be highly beneficial. But did you know you could get all of them in one unusual product? Products that contain snail slime have been promised to offer a more even skin tone and increase elasticity. slug_in_vandusen_botanical_garden 7. Salmon Hatchery Water: It may sound completely disgusting at first, but this strange liquid actually contains an anti-aging enzyme. The effects of salmon hatchery water on the skin are said to mimic the effects of caviar. The anti-aging enzyme is released during the hatching of salmon eggs and can help create a wrinkle-free appearance that will leave your skin glowing. 8. Snake Venom: Who needs Botox? To reduce fine lines and wrinkles, simply ask for a shot of snake venom instead. This strange skin care ingredient has been shown to drastically reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over a period of time by "freezing" them. You can read more about this bizarre but highly effective treatment here. The treatment was engineered by Hollywood's "Fairy Skin Mother" herself, Sonya Dakar. 9. Mink Oil: Do you know what Mink Oil really is? Mink Oil is a combination of the sweat, oil, and fat from the outer pelt of a Mink. Although Mink Oil has been used as an ingredient in products that protect leather from water damage, it is still fairly new to the skin care world. Mink Oil is excellent for keeping your skin hydrated, especially as we approach the harsh, winter months. 4999199198_b080bd0dec_b10. Royal Jelly: Royal Jelly gets its name because it is actually a substance secreted by honeybee workers that is used to feed the queen and the larvae that are being raised to be potential queen bees. Many skin care products are popping up this year that list Royal Jelly as one of the key ingredients. This all-natural ingredient has proven extremely successful in brightening skin. 
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