What is Resveratrol in Skincare?

Before We Go On
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For Fall/Winter, Resveratrol is the ingredient that remains a favorite in our books. We've featured it in Pro Lab as one of our Intensive Creams: You can find it in the Resveratrol 345NA Intensive Repair Cream. Our moisturizing cream resembles a lightweight gel-cream ointment texture perfect for dry and cold seasons. Resveratrol in this specific formula focuses on the holistic repair at a cellular level. We wanted to ensure that this cream provided the same multi-care properties we believe in; the Resveratrol 345NA Intensive Repair Cream is perfect for anti-aging, acne-prone skin, inflamed skin, UV light damage, and blue light damage. Other key ingredients include revitalizing Adenosine, amino acid and antioxidant ideal for firmer, wrinkle-free skin. Soothing Centella Asiatica extract protects the skin against inflammation, improves acne, and hyperpigmentation. If you were looking for a moisturizer featuring Resveratrol then we highly suggest you try it. If this is your first time reading about Resveratrol or you'd like a refresher on what the ingredient is, then continued reading.

 

 


Although Resveratrol may sound like an unheard of ingredient, it's likely that we all ingest some amount of resveratrol in our diet, unknowingly! Resveratrol is a natural phenol found in red grapes (and by proxy red wine), blueberries, strawberries, and peanuts. It has high antioxidant properties and has the ability to block certain biological expressions on the skin. A few including redness, inflammation, and aging. Resveratrol is a well-rounded ingredient, whether you experience expressions of skin damage or you may be looking to take extra precautions due to the harmful extrinsic environment we live in - it's ideal to incorporate some topical Resveratrol.

What do you think? Have you tried Resveratrol? 


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