• Revitalize The Skin: Allowing It to Breathe Freely Again

Revitalize The Skin: Allowing It to Breathe Freely Again

  • Instagram
  • facebook
  • tuite
  • LinkedIn

Summer Plan First Chapter

As summer approaches with its warm sunshine and the allure of the beach, we eagerly anticipate enjoying the summer season and showing our radiant selves. However, during this delightful season, our skin encounters numerous challenges, such as UV rays, sweat erosion, and increased oil secretion, all of which can lead to skin problems. Effective exfoliation is crucial in achieving smooth and delicate skin, serving as our trusted ally in this journey. It helps us slough off aging keratin, allowing our skin to breathe freely and exude a healthy glow.

 body scrub in glass jar on white stone table. Homemade cosmetic for spa top view.

Why do we need to exfoliate from the perspective of skin structure regularly?

The skin mainly comprises the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. From the inside out, the epidermis can be divided into five layers: the basal layer, spinous layer, granular layer, transparent layer, and stratum corneum. Each layer has its specific structure and function, jointly maintaining the healthy state of the skin.

The outermost stratum corneum, our skin's first line of defense, is the focal point of our daily skincare routine. Composed of dead skin cells that accumulate over time, it can make our skin appear lackluster. Regular exfoliation, or removing these dead skin cells, is not just a beauty ritual but a crucial and engaging step in maintaining the skin's ability to absorb nutrients and stay healthy.

Why do we need to exfoliate from the perspective of skin structure regularly?

The skin mainly comprises the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. From the inside out, the epidermis can be divided into five layers: the basal layer, spinous layer, granular layer, transparent layer, and stratum corneum. Each layer has its specific structure and function, jointly maintaining the healthy state of the skin.

The outermost stratum corneum, our skin's first line of defense, is the focal point of our daily skincare routine. Composed of dead skin cells that accumulate over time, it can make our skin appear lackluster. Regular exfoliation, or removing these dead skin cells, is not just a beauty ritual but a crucial and engaging step in maintaining the skin's ability to absorb nutrients and stay healthy.

Summer Plan First Chapter2

Regular exfoliation is not just a skincare step, it's a gateway to the effective absorption of subsequent skincare products and the fitting of base makeup. First, exfoliating can enhance the skin's texture, making it more delicate and smoother. Second, it helps to remove old and dead keratin from the skin, maintaining the skin's 'breathing.' In addition, removing dead skin cells can also potentially prevent pore blockage and reduce the occurrence of blackheads and acne.

According to a report by Mintel, the proportion of new products with exfoliation claims has increased by 66.7% in the past five years. Among numerous exfoliating products, the scrub is a physical exfoliating product that removes keratin through the friction of particles, helping the skin's stratum corneum accelerate metabolism, thereby accelerating nutrient absorption and awakening skin vitality.

Summer Plan First Chapter3

The common frosted particles on the market include natural plant particles, sugar particles, sea salt, and hydrated silica. Hydrated silica is often used alone or in combination due to its particle size and morphology characteristics.

Large particle hydrated silica

Summer Plan First Chapter4

Large-particle hydrated silica is often used in body exfoliating products such as scrubs to remove skin keratin gently. It has good oil absorption, compatibility, and no irritation. For vegans, it does not involve animal derivatives or by-products and meets zero cruelty and ethical beauty standards. It can also be used instead of plastic microbeads.

 

New product launch

Uni-powder Silica Series: UNI-SIL 200

Our first large-sized hydrated silica

Suggested addition amount: 3-33%

Summer Plan First Chapter5

Mild exfoliation without damaging new skin

Hydrated silica resembles small balls, efficiently rubbing and removing keratin while avoiding rough skin scraping like calcium carbonate. This exfoliation process is gentle and effective, with low irritation, suitable for various skin types.

Summer-Plan-First-Chapter1
Summer-Plan-First-Chapter2

Before

After

When the sample is applied to a rough paper surface devoid of discernible particles, the surface becomes smoother, and the long fibers of the paper are not damaged.

Revitalize skin, clear and burden-free

Hydrated silica is an effective abrasive agent that can remove dead skin cells from the skin's surface. Removing dead skin can reduce the appearance of rough patches and textures and promote skin metabolism.

Summer Plan First Chapter8

At the same time, skin testing shows that the scrub sample containing UNI-SIL 200 also helps to clear pores. This physical method of removing accumulated sebum, dirt, and impurities is very beneficial for skin prone to oil or acne.

Summer Plan First Chapter9

Large particle hydrated silica, the main component of body scrubs, effectively removes dead skin cells and dirt on the skin surface while being gentle and nonirritating, providing a strong guarantee for the scrub's performance.

Regularly using body scrub can make the skin smoother and more delicate, radiating a healthy glow.

However, it should be noted that the replacement time of stratum corneum cells is about 28 days, so the frequency of exfoliation does not need to be too frequent. Overcleaning can also make the skin more sensitive.

Contact us today to discover additional information about Uni-powder Silica Series


Post time: Jul-09-2024

You need to register before downloading the information file. Click the registration button to register your account