Wednesday, September 16, 2015


The correction of skin problems is integral part of modern cosmetology. From the point of view of skin regeneration, or anti-aging treatment, the recent scientific finding published by Molecular Cell is of interest to cosmetologists as it discovers how toxic production of reactive oxygen species and oxidative damage to the skin can be prevented. This finding, it is hoped, might lead to more effective anti-aging pharma-based beauty formulations.
Looking at the way the herbal organic ingredients in natural skin care formulations act, we find the new scientific finding is already factored in these. Briefly, skin’s two layers (epidermis and dermis) contain a complex system of nerves, blood vessels, oil glands, sweat glands, hair follicles, sensory cells and sensory nerve endings. While epidermis is made up of several rows of living cells, the dead skin cells are constantly being shed and replaced by cells from the deeper layer (dermis).
A network of capillary blood vessels supply oxygen and nutrients to the skin and lymphatic vessels drain away waste products. In the basal layer of epidermis are cells which produce a pigment called melanin. This determines the color of the skin and protects skin from the sun’s rays – a natural protective response to help shield the inner layer.
While the normal skin has soft, velvety texture and color glows under its translucent surface. In oily skin, the sebaceous glands are overactive, needing special cleansing to keep pores unclogged. Dry skin is the majority type; it lacks both sebum and moisture and looks fine-textured, transparent, patchy and fragile. It flakes and chaps easily.
Dry skin, therefore, needs constant emollients and moisture. Washing with soap and water not only removes grime, but also the natural oils that protect the skin. The emollient provides the oils, keeps the skin lubricated and traps moisture in the skin. Please remember that oil is not moisture. A moisturizer increases the water content of outer layers of skin, keeping it soft & moist.
As we have been highlighting, some of the herbal organic ingredients derived from plants and flowers have amazing curative properties. Herbally Radiant formulations therefore contain highest possible level of organic content, in some cases upto 93%, thus making them most effective skin-friendly formulations. Some of these are: Aloe, Avacado, Castor sulfated, Tea Tree extracts, White Tea extract, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C Eater, vitamin E ,Coconut, Cranberry, Hazelnut, Jojoba, Mango butter, Neem, Shea butter, Bilberry, Grapeseed oil, Roman Chamomile, Lavender , Black Willowbark extract, Rosemary Oleoresin, Vegetable glycerin, Black Willowbark extract and a host of other complementary ingredients. These are mixed with  blends of fine Essential Oils in order to create additional aroma-therapeutic effect.
The special anti-aging formulations (Radiant-for dryand mature; and Rejuvenating-for oily and combine skin types) were launched byHerbally Radiant after years of test application on different skins. The results far exceeded the expectations. These are now the ‘signature series’ products in anti-aging range.
The natural ingredients being used by Herbally Radiant are the best nutrients for the skin that nourish and revitalize every mature skin in the safest and lasting manner.

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