Nutrition and Beauty

Key ingredients to look out for in your skincare

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When you look for certain products, you should always check the ingredients list to ensure it contains the right stuff your skin needs. Here are a few key ingredients to always look out for:

Vitamin Ca super antioxidant multitasker!

  • Brightening up your skin and reducing pigmentation.
  • Perfect to use day or night

Vitamin A (retinol) an anti-ageing powerhouse

  • Known to help reduce wrinkles
  • Fades dark spots
  • Keeps pores healthy and even helps with acne
  • Use at night and always use SPF the next day

Hyaluronic Acidpowerful moisture-binding ingredient

  • hydrates all skin types, including oily skin which can also be dehydrated
  • can attract and hold over 1000 times its weight in water!

Salicylic Acidone of acne’s biggest enemies

  • perfect ingredient for acne prone skin
  • helps to exfoliate, unclog pores, neutralise bacteria
  • acts as an anti-inflammatory and great for prevention
  • can find it in face washes, toners, serums to specialist acne fighting treatments

Glycolic Acid great for exfoliating

  • is an alpha-hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane
  • eats away dead skin cells leaving fresh glowing skin behind
  • great for evening out skin tone
  • after you use it, it allows your other products to penetrate much better
  • remember to always use SPF afterwards, as it can make your skin more sensitive to the sun

2 thoughts on “Key ingredients to look out for in your skincare”

  • Marinel

    Please tell me where I could find this product. Thanks.

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    • Rae Maras

      Hi Marinel, our products, Pure Gold Collagen and Pure Gold Collagen Mini contain Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid. You can find these on the product page: http://www.gold-collagen.com/us/products

      Many of our products contain a selection of the listed ingredients in this blog post but unfortunately, they are not yet available in your country. You currently won’t find salicylic acid and glycolic acid in our products as they are more likely to be in topical products as an exfoliating compound.

      We hope you found this blog post to be informative and I hope I have helped to answer your question. If you liked this then please do subscribe to our newsletter so you can get our fun tips in your inbox.
      Thanks so much from the Gold Collagen team! :)

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