Introducing Our Latest Serum: Bakuchiol Serum

One of the hottest emerging anti aging trends is Bakuchiol, the plant based alternative to Retinol.  The ingredient mimics the healthy cell turnover and collagen production commonly associated with Retinol based products.  BUT unlike Retinol, Bakuchiol is mild on the skin.  No Redness or Irritation, No sensitivity to the sun.  It’s a game changer for consumers looking for effective wrinkle treatment without the risks of side effects.  

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Which Type of Scar Do YOU Have?

You may have noticed that many scar cream manufacturers act as though all scars are essentially the same.  Formulas with 1-2 active ingredients pretending that they are the solution to treat ‘scars.’  In reality, many of these products do nothing more than address some mild discoloration, which may help make the scars less visible.

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Scar Gels with Silicone Surpass Consumer Expectations

The topical scar care market is showing incredible growth over the past couple years.  An increase in hospital admissions from road accidents and burns certainly plays a role in that growth, but so does the release of a variety of skincare products designed to treat scars.  Scientifically proven ingredients combined with active botanicals are the latest trend among scar care consumers.  When it comes to customer purchase satisfaction however, Silicone based gels are leading the way.  

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Under Eye Bags: Facts, Causes and Remedies

As a part of the natural aging process, we start slowing the production of collagen after the age of 30.  This gradually results in visible sagging and wrinkling of skin.  One of the most frequent complaints from out clients is that they see bags under their eyes and they are desperate to find a solution.  In this article, we will take a closer look at under eye Bags and puffiness, we’ll give you the facts, the causes and some possible solutions you can consider.  

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Wrinkles: Facts, Causes, Treatments & Procedures

Wrinkles Facts

People identify and associate aging skin with wrinkles.  Both by the number of wrinkles as well as their respective depth.  There are two categories of wrinkles.  Surface lines caused by Ultraviolet Light and deep creases caused by facial expression & muscle contraction.  Most wrinkles, but not all, are  caused by over exposure to ultraviolet light.  This is known as photo aging. 

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Studies on Retinol; What They Say, and What They Don’t

When it comes to stopping the onset of aging skin, Retinol is one of the most recognized ingredients in the industry.  Being recognized is one thing, but understanding what the ingredient is, how it works and what can be expected is an entirely different thing.  We examine Retinol closely, taking the time to break down all of the details you need to know about this anti aging powerhouse.  

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Sustainable Skincare: Its Important to Consumers and the Planet

For years the beauty industry and more specifically the skincare industry has been shifting towards a more natural outlook.  What started out as consumers looking for all natural or organic products has now shipped towards sustainable products.  Many of our clients have inquired os to the sustainability of our products and many more have asked us, what exactly is Sustainable Skincare?

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Protecting Florida’s Ocean and Coastal Environments

The Skinpeutics brand is based out of South Florida and therefore the ocean and coastal environments are very near and dear to our hearts.  Not only does our state’s economy rely upon the ocean’s resources, our coasts serve as treasured sanctuaries.  The crystal clear waters are as much a part of our community as those of us who live here.  

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Ingredient Spotlight: Bakuchiol – Retinol Alternative

Plant Based Alternative to Retinol Explained

Retinol is an ingredient that many skincare consumers have become familiar with over the past few decades.  A quick search and you will find vitamin A in a large percentage of your moisturizers, eye cream and wrinkle solutions.  The problem with Retinol isn’t its ability to deliver results.  The problem is that the ingredient is too harsh for sensitive skin types and even those with normal skin have reactions, and everyone must avoid the sun while using it.  

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