We have a new entry Bakuchiol Serum !
A little history;
“Bakuchiol is derived from the seeds of Psoralea corylifolia, also known as the babchi plant. It’s been found in Ayurveda and Eastern medicine for centuries,”
More recently, bakuchiol has been formulated into products meant to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Bakuchiol is considered a natural alternative to a retinoid, and it may activate similar pathways to boost collagen production, says S. Tyler Hollmig, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and the director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School.
Bakuchiol is generally less irritating, and may carry a lower risk of side effects like redness or flaking, a more recent study suggests.
Bakuchiol has been shown to provide improvements in key ageing metrics such as:
- Wrinkle depth
- skin firmness and elasticity
- Collagen and elastin support
- Photo ageing
- Oxidative stress
- improves skin’s barrier function
- improves skin texture
- improves the appearance of hyperpigmentation
- Anti-inflammatory activity
- Bakuchiol – a potent antioxidant that reduces inflammation and skin roughness while addressing ageing by reducing wrinkle depth, hyperpigmentation and collagen and elastin degradation.
- Aloe vera leaf extract – protects, hydrates, and calms the skin.
- Jojoba seed oil – improves skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles, moisturises, smooths, and has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin.
How to apply;
Apply a thin layer over the face twice daily. Follow with a microbiome-friendly moisturiser from Plus or Core Range
Adding a bakuchiol product to your skincare routine is easy: apply once or twice daily after cleansing, toning, the bakuchiol serum, and apply your moisturiser.
Because bakuchiol stimulates skin cell turnover, apply sunscreen as a final step in the morning to protect skin
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