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What Causes Moles on Your Body?

In an earlier post, we talked about how to identify a cancerous mole. While that is a handy guide for giving yourself a self-diagnosis, it doesn’t answer the questions of how and why those moles form in the first place. Mole growth can be perfectly normal, provided that they are of the non-cancerous form, and can be easily answered in our post below.

Why Do Moles Grow on the Body?

Moles grow in a much similar way to freckles or other dark pigmentations on the body. Down to the most simple explanation, they occur when skin cells grow in a thick, dense cluster as opposed to being spread evenly throughout the skin. The scientific name for these skin cells is “melanocytes”. These melanocyte cells are what produce melanin, a term that you have probably heard before. Technically, a freckle is also caused by melanocytes, though there are distinct differences in a freckle and a mole.

Melanin is what gives the skin its natural pigment, as well as the color of your hair and even the shade of the iris of your eye. They are found in the top two layers of the skin. When you are exposed to ultraviolet rays from the sun, the melanocyte cells produce more melanin which leads to a darkening of the skin. When exposed safely, this leads to a natural tanning of the skin.

what causes moles to form on the body

While there is no specific reason for when melanin is distributed evenly (a suntan) versus when they are developed in clusters, moles form when there is an uneven distribution and a dense cluster of melanin leads to a mole on the skin’s surface. These can form anywhere on the body, though they most often manifest themselves on the arms, hands, face, neck, and chest – which shouldn’t be too surprising, as these are the areas of the body that receive the most direct sun exposure. Most of the moles on your body form in the first twenty years of your life, though it is not uncommon (or unsafe) to see them develop in your later years.

Other Causes of Mole Growth

Some moles, called Atypical or Dysplastic Moles are thought to be hereditary. These moles tend to be slightly larger than a pencil eraser and can appear anywhere on the body, though they are most often seen on the back and rarely manifest themselves on the face.

Congenital Moles, which are also called congenital nevus, are moles that you have had since birth (so obviously they are not brought about by sun exposure). It is estimated that 1% of the population has these moles on their body, and they are caused by prenatal issues such as the growth of fatty tissue cells.

In Summary

Moles are mostly caused by clustering of melanin as a result of sun exposure, though some can also be genetic or present at birth. In any case, a normal mole is, for the most part, nothing to worry about and can be safely removed with our product here. You can see our previously linked post (in the first sentence) on how to determine whether a particular mole is cause for concern or not, but by and large, they are non-worrisome blemishes on the skin.

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What Causes Wrinkles

What causes wrinkles

Laugh lines, crow’s feet, and wrinkles are skin problems that are commonly associated with getting old. When our skin ages, it loses its elasticity which causes some areas to show fine lines and wrinkles.

But did you know that on many occasions, getting old isn’t the only reason why wrinkles appear on your face? Wrinkles and fine lines are also caused by various environmental factors and our lifestyle. So if you maintain a poor diet, take stress, or don’t sleep much, you are likely going to get wrinkles before you hit a certain age. You won’t believe how much your daily habits can have an impact on your physical appearance.

Causes of wrinkles, around mouth and between eyebrows - treatment and remedies

To help you understand, we have created a short list of causes of wrinkles that have nothing to do with getting older. At the end of this post, we’ll also discuss how you can prevent wrinkles and treat them with dermatological products.

The Main Causes of Facial Wrinkles


The environment we live in plays a huge role when it comes to our physical appearance. An environment that is polluted with toxic fumes and emissions from industry and vehicles can cause deep wrinkles and fine lines on the skin. In fact, a study published in 2010 found that people who live in urban settings had more wrinkles and age spots compared to people living in rural areas over a 20+ year period. If you are living in a city that suffers from heavy pollution, then you need to protect your skin to stop wrinkles from appearing on the skin.

The Sun

Nearly everyone knows that the damage from ultraviolet rays from the sun can cause a variety of skin problems. But what you probably didn’t know was that the UVA rays can cause sunburn that can lead to premature aging of the skin, causing wrinkles and fine lines. So next time you think about lying in sandy beaches under the sun, protect your skin from UVA rays to prevent premature aging of the skin.


We already know the impact of stress on our mental health, but did you know that stress also changes the way we look? Stress is known to increase cortisol levels in the body that causes the skin to lose its ability to hold moisture. When this happens, the collagen and elastin fibers in the skin get damaged. These two act as crucial support for the skin protecting against skin problems like wrinkles and fine lines. Try your best to find ways to de-stress if you don’t want it to show on your face.

Lack of Sleep

One of the biggest causes of a variety of diseases and health problems in adults is lack of sleep. Sleep is essential to help you feel and look your best. Sleep also has to do a lot with weight loss. But what you probably never thought of is that a lack of sleep can cause a variety of skin related problems too. When you don’t sleep enough, you are basically messing the pH levels of the skin that causes the skin cells to lose their ability to remain hydrated. And when the skin cells are not hydrated well, they tend to show this in the form of wrinkles on the skin.


This should not surprise you at all. Smoking is one of the biggest culprits behind several minor and major diseases in human beings. Smoking also has a lot to do with wrinkles. The toxins that release from the cigarette as you smoke can accelerate the aging of the skin, which in return starts to show fine lines and wrinkles.

How to Easily Treat Wrinkles

How to Easily Treat Wrinkles

If you weren’t able to prevent wrinkles from appearing on your skin, don’t worry. There are many ways in which you can easily treat wrinkles and fine lines on the face. Depending on the situation of wrinkles, you could either treat them with medications or through advanced treatments such as laser therapy, botox, chemical peels, and facelift.

But the easiest and fastest way to treat wrinkles is to use Delfogo RX Wrinkle Eraser Cream. This multipeptide formula is designed from the ground up to bring a dramatic reduction in the wrinkles on the facial area.

delfogo wrinkle eraser cream

The revolutionary formula in this cream is made with a concentrated blend of pharmaceutical grade Matrixly 3000, Leuphasyl, Argireline, and Eyeliss. These ingredients are clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by 50% in just under 30 days.

Read more on this page about the main ingredient that makes this product work.

Best of all, the Delfogo RX doesn’t cost a fortune unlike other popular treatments such as botox, facelift, and laser therapy. You can apply it twice daily on the area where wrinkles are the most and have them easily reduced within the first 30 days.

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What Causes Skin Bumps on Butts?

What Causes Skin Bumps on Butts?

Pimples on the butt are not only unsightly, but they are also one of the most annoying things that can happen to you. Imagine having bumps on your butt that are so itchy that you can’t help but scratch them in public. This is how bad skin bumps on butts can get.

But did you know that skin bumps on butts are not classified as acne? If you were thinking of treating them with an anti-acne cream, this might disappointment. Bumps on butts come in all shape and sizes but they are more like skin conditions that may require extra attention.

Skin bumps on butts are butt acne, learn causes and treatments for smoother skin

But before we discuss how you can treat bumps on butts, it is very important to know what causes skin bumps on the butt in the first place.

What Causes Skin Bumps on Butts

Skin bumps on butts are caused by many reasons. Some of the most common causes of butt bumps are covered below.


When the folliculitis on your skin become out of control, they start to get infected which causes the affected area to show a cluster of boils which feel like painful knots of pus on the skin. You can identify them as acne cyst.


If you see acne-like bumps on your buttocks, then you are probably suffering from a condition known as folliculitis. These bumps are caused by inflammation of hair follicles in the skin. Folliculitis should be immediately treated because they can become worse if a bacteria infects it. They also appear to be itchy, painful, or irritating.

Skin Structure

Much of the butt bumps you experience in your life is due to many dermatological reasons. These can affect the aspects of the skin, especially hair follicles. Since the skin is the largest organ of the body, it is made up of multiple components. The skin has three layers known as Epidermis, Dermis, and Subcutis. When these layers have cellular disturbances, they can tend to show signs in the form of acne, pimples, and other skin bumps. So if you see a red and raised bump on your butt, it could be more than just a mere pimple.

Skin Bumps on Butts


The environment you live in can also cause skin bumps on your butt. This is usually due to lifestyle choices or repeated exposure of the skin to free radicals or sun rays. Other environmental reasons that cause these bumps include:

Friction – If you wear restrictive clothing for long periods of time, or sit on your chair entire day in heated conditions, the skin that rubs with your clothes or other parts of the skin can cause bumps or lumps on the skin. These are also related to hair follicles.

Trauma – If you suffered from a minor traumatic injury on the butt, it can also result in irritation or bruising that later turns into bumps or lumps in the affected area.


Genetics also play a crucial role in the development of bumps on your butt. If you have a skin type that easily succumbs to environmental damage, or is acne prone in nature, you are most likely going to experience bumps on your butts occasionally throughout your young years.

Excessive Sweating

If you are a regular gym goer or like to keep yourself fit at all times, then make sure that you take a shower immediately after a workout session. If you let the sweat stay long on your butt, it can start irritating the hair follicles, making bumps appear on the butt.

Treating Skin Bumps On Butts

If you have determined that the bump on your butt is not anything serious such as a skin cyst, boil, lipoma, or other kinds of dangerous skin conditions, then you can treat the bumps on your butts very easily at home.

For example, the Seductiva Breast and Butt Enhancer by SkinPro was specifically made for bumps on your butt. The serum is made with a proprietary blend of various active ingredients that provide super-fast relief from acne and other skin conditions.

Since this cosmetic product is a breast and butt enhancer, you can also use it to acquire a firmer and tighter butt. Thanks to the industry-leading concentration of sederma, it is one of the most potent products out there. The serum also has volufiline at its maximum strength of 5% which makes it one of the fastest shape enhancing creams out there. So whether you have problems with blisters, acne, pimples, or just a badly shaped butt, start applying this today and you’ll see the difference in less than 30 days.

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What Causes Sagging Neck Skin

What Causes Sagging Neck Skin

Sagging neck skin is often referred to as ‘Turkey Neck’ or ‘Jowls’. This skin condition causes the skin under your chin or jawline to become saggy. Almost everyone develops saggy skin as they grow old. This is because as you grow old, your skin becomes less elastic and thin over time.

Sagging neck skin is less common in people who have more collagen, thicker skin, or more fat in the area described above. But it doesn’t mean that these people are immune from the skin condition. While sagging neck skin is caused due to aging, there are other factors involved as well. You could develop saggy skin under your neck even when you are younger due to many environmental factors, genetics, and lifestyle choices.

Causes of sagging neck skin and how to tighten

We have listed down the most common causes of sagging neck skin. At the end, we’ll also show you the best ways to treat this skin condition.

What Causes the Skin On Your Neck to Sag?

As mentioned above, a variety of factors relating to lifestyle choices, environment, and genetics can cause your skin to become saggy in the neck area. Here are the most common causes.

Loss of Collagen and Elastin

Sagging Neck Skin

The most common cause of saggy skin is due to loss of elastin and collagen in the skin. As you start to grow old, the skin on your cheeks and just below your jawline starts to lose their regular collagen and elastin. Collagen is a naturally occurring protein that makes up most of your connective tissue in the body. Elastin is also a connective tissue protein that lets your skin return to its original form once it is pulled or stretched.

When these two proteins are lost, the skin surrounding your mouth loses its tightness and firmness. Once this starts to happen, the gravity pulls the skin below and causes it to appear saggy.

Through Genetics

Genetics play a major role in developing saggy neck skin. Your genetics determine whether you will develop this skin condition and how visible it will become over time. If any of your parents suffered from this skin condition, you most likely will develop it too. If you have a thin skin, or the collagen and elastin in your skin are in limited amounts, you’ll most likely start to see sagging neck skin in earlier years of your life. It is actually possible to develop saggy skin even when you are just a teen.

Lifestyle and Environmental Factors

The lifestyle choices you make and the environment you live in also plays a major role in developing saggy skin on your neck. Here’s how.

Extreme Weight Loss

When you gain a lot of weight, your skin naturally stretches to cover the body mass. When you lose this weight, the stretched skin may not return to its original form and may start to appear saggy.

Facial Expressions

Remember when they said that ‘smiling’ frequently helps your skin? They weren’t wrong. Certain expressions you make through the face can stretch the skin. With continued stretching, the skin may lose its elastin and may appear saggy. While it is always a good idea to smile, other expressions like frowning may actually cause saggy skin.


This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Nicotine and other harmful chemicals released from a cigarette can significantly damage the skin’s elastin and collagen-producing capacities. The very same chemicals can also cause your blood vessels to become narrow. When this happens, blood circulation becomes limited and your skin is prevented from getting enough vital nutrients like Vitamin A, which is essential to keep it healthy.

Can You Treat Sagging Neck Skin Without Surgery?

Sagging Neck

If you’ve unfortunately developed sagging neck skin, you must be wondering if there is a way to treat this condition and make your skin appear younger? While a lot of people opt for surgery thinking that it is the only way out, you may actually have a fair bit of chance obtaining the same results by using neck tightening creams.

For example, the SkinPro Neck Firming Cream is specifically designed by cosmetic pharmacists to combat sagging skin by treating the condition at its roots. The skin cream is fortified with powerhouse anti-aging ingredients including ARgireline, Matrixyl 3000, and Retinol.

You can read more about our top neck treatments on this page.

skin pro neck firming cream with collagen and retinol

The three together forms a very powerful formula that not only rejuvenates the skin but also nourishes over time. The potent formula is the ultimate solution to reducing sagging neck skin. The very same formula can also be applied to wrinkles and fine lines to reduce their appearance by up to 50%.

So before you go through a surgery and end up spending a fortune, give the SkinPro Neck Firming Cream a try for 30 days and see for yourself how wonderful this product actually is.

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Benefits of Safflower on Your Skin

When you look at yourself in the mirror what do you see? Do you see a young and vibrant person with beautiful skin? Or do you see someone suffering from the signs of aging? No matter what way you’ve answered, just know that safflower oil is incredibly beneficial for the skin and this plant has been used by ancient Greeks and Egyptian pharaohs so its health and skin care benefits have been known for thousands of years.

So, if you need additional help in the skin care department, we highly recommend adding safflower oil to your beauty regimen. But don’t just assume it isn’t going to help and ignore this advice. Keep reading to learn about the amazing benefits of safflower oil on your skin.

Benefit #1: It’s Great for Overall Skin Health

Believe it or not, when safflower seeds are pressed and the oil is extracted from them, it contains a healthy dose of vitamin E. As we all know, vitamin E is incredibly important for skin health. But that’s not the only reason to use this for your skin. It even contains omega 6 fatty acids, which also provide wonderful skin benefits.

At the end of the day, you need vitamin E because of its antioxidant properties and its ability to fight back against free radicals. Free radicals diminish the existence of collagen which makes the skin age prematurely. So obviously having this potent free radical fighter in skin care products will help your skin look young and supple for a long time to come.

Even better, at the molecular level safflower oil has the ability to reduce inflammation in the skin. It can even help heal wounds because it’s such a potent vitamin with antioxidant properties.

Benefit #2: It Slows down the Aging Process

As mentioned a moment ago, safflower oil has the ability to slow down the aging process in regards to your skin. It can minimize wrinkles, decrease water loss, and nourish the skin while eliminating the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin while improving elasticity.

When you combine safflower oil with other ingredients it not only helps improve the signs of aging, it also fights other skin difficulties. Even more important, the large amounts of linoleic acid in safflower oil contain antioxidant and analgesic properties. The antioxidants alone can help restore collagen loss from UV exposure, environmental factors,and free radicals. And the more collagen you have the younger and more elastic your skin will appear.

Benefit #3: It Moisturizes and Balances the Skin

Last but certainly not least, safflower oil has the ability to balance and moisturize the skin to give it a glowing and radiant appearance with few dry patches that are far between. It basically acts like a lubricant and forms a barrier over your skin to trap moisture and water. This water retention will help your skin look soft, smooth, and especially radiant.

Final Thoughts

Clearly, safflower oil is worth its weight in gold as far as skin care is concerned. If you happen to struggle with any of the skin difficulties mentioned above, you definitely need to add safflower oil to your daily skin care regimen as soon as possible and you’ll reap the rewards in no time at all.

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Benefits of Geranium on Your Skin

Most people take skin care seriously these days. They recognize that looking younger and healthier will help them get further in life. If you subscribe to this belief – and you should because it’s true – than you need to learn more about the benefits of geranium on the skin.

Believe it or not, this often overlooked plant will not only help you maintain or regain healthy and supple skin, it also contains medicinal properties to alleviate anxiety, bring your hormones back into balance, and it even fights dreaded inflammation.

All in all, geranium is a versatile plant with many benefits. Today we’d like to focus on explaining what it is and what it can do for your skin. So, if you’re looking for the next best ingredient to add to your skin care arsenal, look no further than geranium oil.

Geranium Oil: What is it?

In a nutshell, geranium oil is created by extracting it from the flowers, leaves, and stems of the geranium plant. This oil is an excellent option for skin care. It can perform a number of skin care related tasks including healing wounds, fight back against dermatitis, and eliminate congested and oily skin and restore it back to health.

Geranium oil, once extracted, contains beneficial chemical properties. They include terpineol, linalool, geranic, citronellylformate, myrtenol, geraniol, citral, sabinene, eugenol, citronellol, and methone.

And even more important, geranium oil is used to treat a wide range of conditions. The conditions that this oil can help include skin health, dental health, circulation, stress relief, blood pressure reduction, hormone balance, inflammation, menopause, and depression.

So, it’s obviously used for more than just skin care, but the healthy skin benefits should never be ignored. And if you start using this substance and feel less depressed, have better circulation, and experience less inflammation, it’s all the better in our book.

The Top Skin Care Benefits of Geranium Oil

  • It reduces wrinkles – right off the bat you can see how valuable this oil is because of its wrinkle reducing abilities. It can minimize the appearance of wrinkles on the face, tighten up facial skin, and add additional moisture to dry and brittle skin.
  • It fights acne – simply put, if you suffer from an overabundance of acne on your face and other areas of your body, you should begin using geranium oil ASAP. By applying it to the affected areas, it can penetrate deeply within the skin and turn off the oil producing glands that are causing the acne in the first place.
  • It enhances the skin – you’ll be excited to know that geranium oil also enhances the skin. How so? It contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, so it eliminates the signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. It also treats dermatitis and other skin diseases effectively and really boosts skin health.

Final Thoughts

No matter how tough certain skin conditions might appear, geranium oil can help improve your overall appearance and fight back against unwanted blemishes, acne, dermatitis, wrinkles, and much more. If you’ve struggled to find the perfect ingredient to solve your skin care woes, look no further than geranium oil. It’s really that effective so check it out.

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What Causes Eczema?

What Causes Eczema

If you or a loved one has ever suffered from eczema, you know how hard it can be to deal with it. To make it worst, the skin condition can suddenly flare up at times. However, what a lot of people don’t know is that even the smallest unthinkable things can cause eczema breakouts. Contrary to popular belief, sometimes how you treat your skin from the outside doesn’t really contribute towards a breakout. Being aware of what causes eczema is still very important to treat it.

You are not alone, in the United States, at least ten percent of people have some form of eczema. Although it is very important to take care of your skin when you have this condition, there are some areas of your life where you should also focus in order to prevent the condition from getting worse.

what causes eczeam and how to use cream treatments

Below we will look at the surprising causes of eczema and how to treat this skin condition at home.

Causes of Eczema

Extreme Weather

Eczema can flare up if you are living in extreme weather conditions. It doesn’t matter if the weather is too hot or too cold, if it is extreme in nature, the condition can become worse. For example, when your body is heated due to hot weather, it may become itchy and you may have to scratch it. When you scratch the body, it can trigger eczema. In the cold weather, the body can often become dried out because of less humidity in the air. When the skin dries and becomes flaky, it can lead to itchiness. Upon scratching this itch, eczema can be triggered.


Many people don’t know that stress can also cause eczema. When stress builds up in the body, it can leave your body without reserve of cortisol which is a natural steroid. When the cortisol is depleted, it can lead to itchiness in the body. And when you scratch that itch, eczema can be triggered.


Everyone loves swimming especially if it is warm outside. The cool water in the pool can often relax your body. But it does not necessarily benefit everyone. Water in the pool can often contain chlorine and other chemicals that are not good for the skin. When the water dries off from the skin, the chemical residue from the water can irritate the skin which can trigger eczema.


If your clothing has jewelry on it, it can also cause eczema. People who suffer from eczema are usually also allergic to nickel. And nickel is usually found in clothing such as zippers, snaps, and costume jewelry.


Fragrance products can also trigger eczema in many people. If you suffer from eczema, it is better to avoid using skin care products with unknown fragrances. If possible, try to use all natural products that have natural fragrances. The fragrances in topical skin care products are made with harmful chemicals that can cause damage to the skin, resulting in eczema.


Believe it or not but the detergent you use can also cause eczema. Detergents and fabric softeners can often leave residue on clothes after a wash. This residue can cause itching in the skin that can trigger eczema. Try your best to use fragrant free detergents with as fewer additives as possible. You can also run your clothes through a second rinse cycle to make sure that no residue is left behind.

How To Easily Treat Eczema


To treat eczema at home, you need to find a very powerful formula that is specifically designed to accelerate skin healing. There are many products out there that provide skin healing but what you are looking for should have medical grade ingredients in it.

The Medical Grade Skin Care Accelerated Skin Healing Treatment is our all out attack on Eczema, and other skin conditions like psoriasis and redness.

psoriasis care

This cream is developed using only medical grade ingredients that help provide quick relief from itchy, damaged, and irritated skin with long-lasting results. The healing treatment has a proprietary blend of natural ingredients that also soothes sensitive, cracked, and dry skin.

So if you are living in unfavorable weather conditions and suffer from eczema due to these conditions, you may want to use this treatment. Since most of the time eczema is triggered due to itchy skin, the skin healing treatment can provide you instant relief, making sure you never have to scratch your skin again.

Another big benefit of Medical Grade Skin Care Accelerated Skin Healing Treatment is that it has active ingredients that also help skin cells recover and regenerate by removing and repairing any excessive damaged or dead skin cells. This makes way for healthier, fresher, and more nourished skin.

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Benefits of Sea Buckthorn on Your Skin

As far as skin care ingredients go, we are continuously looking for the next best thing. We want to discover the next breakthrough component to make our skin look young and supple once again. We feel we’ve found this ingredient in sea buckthorn.

This dynamic skin care component may simply look like a tiny berry on the surface, but it has a nutrient profile filled with the best substances for the skin. It doesn’t matter if your skin is dry or oily because the beneficial nutrients in sea buckthorn can treat every type of skin.

The Straight Skinny on Sea Buckthorn

You might be wondering, “Sea buckthorn. What is it?” And like most people, you’ve never heard anything about this skin care dynamo. In fact, you had no idea that this berry even existed until a few minutes ago.

Sea buckthorn isn’t actually grown in the sea or the ocean like most people tend to believe. But it is grown close by on the coastal regions as well as the mountainous areas found in Europe and Asia.

In medicine, sea buckthorn has been used for many centuries if not millennia. References to this berry can be found in texts from ancient Tibet, the Indian Materia Medica, certain Chinese formulas, and it’s even referenced in Greek Mythology.

The skin benefits are derived because the berry is rich with omega fatty acids including omega 3 and 6, omega 7, and omega 9. And these healthy fats are available in their ideal ratios which is even more amazing.

Ultimately, sea buckthorn is wonderful because it helps with skin repair, skin regeneration, redness reduction, and it lowers inflammation. You’ll now find it in many skin care serums because it is so effective at healing and regenerating healthy skin.

The Benefits of Sea Buckthorn for Acne

Since the main cause of acne is inflammation, it makes sense to use a substance to reduce inflammation to treat the problem. That’s where sea buckthorn excels since it is great at lowering inflammation, which makes it a perfect ingredient to treat acne.

If you are in the middle of an acne breakout, you can use a serum containing sea buckthorn to lessen the outbreak. It also notifies the sebum to slow down and stop excessively producing oil, which will stop an acne outbreak dead in its tracks.

We proudly feature this ingredient in our new all natural eye serum.

Certified Organic and Vegan Eye Serum from SkinPro

The Anti Aging Benefits of Sea Buckthorn

Dry skin doesn’t have a prayer again sea buckthorn. On the contrary, it contains anti aging properties to repair oxidative damage, promote skin hydration, promote collagen formation, smooth fine lines, prevent skin sagging, and it can even plump up the skin among other benefits.

Final Thoughts

Regularly using sea buckthorn as a topical solution will give the user cleaner and clearer skin. Their skin will be brighter, plumper, and smoother. It will also look much younger as you notice a reduction in fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, redness, and so much more. So begin using sea buckthorn every day to experience the miraculous benefits and ensure you’ll maintain a youthful and glowing appearance for many years to come.

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Benefits of Pumpkin Seed on Your Skin

Pumpkin seeds?Really? Most people reading this wonder if pumpkins seeds could actually have benefits for their skin and they’d be right to wonder because this one seems a bit far-fetched.

Guess what? Pumpkin seeds are used for a lot more than your favorite fall desserts like pumpkin pies, pumpkin spice lattes, and the hundreds of new pumpkin products that seem to get released every fall.

Today we’d like to inform you about this topic because it’s strange and some of you may even feel it’s a bit controversial. But until you learn the truth, which we will share with you below, you might continue to overlook this incredible skin care ingredient and that would be a real shame.

So, without further ado, let’s learn more about pumpkin seeds and how they benefit the skin.  We PROUDLY use these seeds in our all new certified vegan eye serum

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Why Is Pumpkin Seed Oil Beneficial to the Skin?

In a nutshell, PSO also known as pumpkin seed oil contains a wide range of antioxidants, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. In fact, it contains powerful skin care ingredients like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin E which is a potent skin care ingredient, zinc, and the aforementioned antioxidants.

Simply put, the vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats along with the antioxidants are the perfect combination for healthy skin. When you use one or more skin care products containing this ingredient, you’ll help your skin retain more moisture, look and feel younger than before, and it can even fight back against the damage caused by free radicals.

Care to guess how else it can help the skin? Another way is by improving your skin tone. It contains such potent amounts of vitamin E and zinc that this ingredient has no trouble evening out the skin tone. In fact, your skin tone will look much better if you use products containing this ingredient on a regular basis.

But we’ve only just scratched the surface. We’ll look at a few other benefits below.

pumpkin seeds

Other Benefits of Using Pumpkin Seed Oil on the Skin

Believe it or not, the combination of healthy amounts of zinc and vitamin E can provide even further benefits. One that people advancing in years certainly appreciates is its ability to create skin renewal. Instead of your skin looking old, sagging, and worn out, when you use products with this ingredient your skin will look rejuvenated and renewed because of its effective anti aging properties.

The next benefit is rapid wound healing. If it typically takes long for your body to heal from wounds, you’ll benefit from pumpkin seed oil tremendously because your wounds will heal much quicker when applying it to the affected area.

Next, the potent antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals along with the healthy fats can fight the conditions that cause acne. So if you’ve been suffering from acne for a long time, you should definitely invest in pumpkin seed oil to see if it helps with the problem.

Final Thoughts

As you can tell, pumpkin seeds are incredibly beneficial for the skin. In particular, you should invest in products containing pumpkin seed oil or use pumpkin seed oil directly on the areas that need improvement. You’ll begin seeing progress and additional benefits in no time at all.