All BeautiPura products contain active ingredients combined with 100% natural extracts to help replenish the skin's natural protective barrier. These active ingredients work in tandem with other carefully selected natural ingredients to address the needs of your unique skin type. Learn more about what goes into our skincare products and which components are right for you.
LACTIC ACID (AHA)
When it comes to your face, seeing acne or spots isn’t fun. The fact that there are so many possibilities causing acne, blackheads, whiteheads, or other acne types can make it harder to treat and relieve.
SALICYLIC ACID (BHA)
Whether you’ve been struggling with stubborn blackheads or looking to revitalize your dull complexion, Chances you came across one day this ingredient in a skincare product ingredient list: Salicylic Acid (BHA). If that’s the case with this powerful ingredient, let’s learn what salicylic acid is and get a few things straight about its benefits.
RETINOL & RETINOIDS
Most of us have heard of the skincare ingredient Retinol; it has made its way into every skincare serum on the shelves due to the fact it's widely recommended as one of the most effective topical anti-aging treatments available in the markets. And yet, there's still so much confusion about it!
CITRIC ACID (AHA)
Citric acid is a popular addition to many skincare products, such as cleansers and masks. But what exactly is the citric acid in your beauty products, and what is it doing?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally produced sugar produced by the skin and located in high concentrations within it and fluids in the eyes and joints.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is important for maintaining your skin's moisture balance and is liable for your skin’s plumpness and volume and helps give your skin a smooth texture; it acts like a sponge that can attract water and prevent it from evaporating into the air making it an excellent non-comedogenic hydrating ingredient.
The body is a world itself, it’s home to trillions of microorganisms, outnumbering even the human cells. And a host of these diverse bacteria ecosystems, for over 1,000 species approximative, reside on your skin. Microbes are usually viewed in a negative view as something that makes you sick. However, there are two kinds of microbes constantly living in your body and on your skin: good and bad microbes.
When shopping for sunscreen products, you may come across the ingredient Zinc Oxide, a buzzword in the skincare sector, and wonder what this substance is. Zinc oxide is a common ingredient in skincare products that has some benefits when applied to the skin. Read on to find out what this ingredient does and how it can help your skin look and feel its best.