The CBD Effect: Why Cannabidiol is your new Skincare Addiction
The CBD Effect: Why Cannabidiol is your new Skincare Addiction
It’s no secret that Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD, has entered the market with a bang and has no intention of slowing down. For UK skincare lovers, the number of Brits purchasing CBD skincare products has doubled in size over the last year, from 125,000 to 250,000 and it has been predicted that it’ll only increase in 2020. So what are you waiting for?
Power Ingredient Tocopherol
Power Ingredient Tocopherol
Here’s the tea on Vitamin E, otherwise known as Tocopherol in most skincare products. It’s a super antioxidant that fights against free radicals as well as comprising of a multitude of nourishing and hydrating benefits for your skin. Think of Vitamin E as a barrier, protecting skin like an invisible shield against the woes of wrinkles, dehydrating disasters and the effects of unwanted UV rays. So, why should you look out for it in your skincare?
Bee Venom
Bee Venom
Bees have been used since ancient times for various different things. It has become known as the practice of Apitherapy. This involves using anything created by bees such as Royal Jelly, honey, pollen and bee venom. It has been known to be used by some very famous people such as Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. Why not incorporate it into your skincare routine?*
Retinol
Retinol
Dermatologists are very fond of this ingredient that has been proven to be very helpful in many ways. New Orleans dermatologist Patricia Farris says, "For dermatologists, they're a favourite because there's so much science behind them.”
Sweet Almond
Sweet Almond
When it comes to Almonds, there are two different types, bitter and sweet. They come from different trees, however they look very similar. People can easily get them confused, however one of them is poisonous.
Beauty Elements
Beauty Elements
At Symbiosis, our dermatologists have researched for many years for ingredients that work in tandem without mitigating the effects of one another, but rather mutually reinforcing each other efficiency and performance. It’s imperative more than ever to rethinking products fuelled with ingredients that are compatible and work in synergy with your skin. The main ingredients we use are gathered in our chart of beauty elements presenting the most cutting-edge actives over the last decades.
Z is for ZINC
Z is for ZINC
You’re probably wondering how Zinc correlates with skincare, after all it is a metal right? Well, you’d be correct, however, this lovely little beauty element is more than just a trace element – our bodies LOVE zinc, from our health to our skin.