It’s high time that biology has melded with cosmetics to create a perfectly in-sync product that has real, biologically-proven results. In this case, there are three bio-beauty products that should be on your radar.
Biossance is a line of skincare that contains squalane. Squalane is the molecular equivalent of squalene. If you don’t know what squalene is, it’s the oily stuff on your skin that gives it that shiny glow. Obviously, too much squalene isn’t attractive. Nevertheless, your skin needs it to retain its moisture properties. Too much squalene is actually a sign that your epidermis is dehydrated. Once you start using the Biossance line of skincare products, you can look forward to a renewed balance of skin hydration that will prevent that oily skin look, yet keep your skin looking dewy and hydrated.
EFG is an acronym that stands for epidermal growth factor. Your body makes EFG naturally, but its growth can be stunted by inflammation, age and sun damage. Enter Bioeffect. This miracle product helps to renew the skin’s production of EFG, thereby making you have the appearance of fewer wrinkles and younger looking skin. After just two months of use, you could have skin that is 60% thicker and 30% denser, according to manufacturer claims.
The same ingredients that have been proven to minimize burn scars are now being utilized to achieve healing results in skincare products like Virtue. This hair care product line promises to make strands up to 22 percent thicker. Just five uses will yield results, according to the manufacturer. The creative director of the brand is none other than celebrity stylist Adir Abergel, so the outlook is more than promising.
These bio-beauty products are changing the face of beauty from the inside out. When science meets beauty needs, it’s a win-win scenario everyone can feel good about.