Best Facial Moisturizer

We live in a youth orientated society.

As a result we are definitely seeing a shift in skin care moisturizers that get results.

Consumers are becoming savvier, they are taking responsibility for the health of their skin, and requiring more effective results from their facial moisturizer.

This is due to new, innovative cosmeceutical ingredients and their purported ability to improve a person’s appearance.

Today large commercial cosmetic companies, with their multiple claims and seemingly endless active ingredients, are leading the forefront in this billion dollar health and beauty industry.

In the past, it used to be that the distinction was clear about what constitutes the best facial moisturizer and anti ageing cream.

A cosmetic was a product for the beautician and the enhancement of appearance and taking a drug or prescription was used to prevent or treat a disease.

Now that distinction has become more blurred since cosmecuticals have come on the scene.

Best Facial Moisturizer


Today there is a new hybrid ‘Cosmeceuticals’, a term that refers to substances that exert both a cosmetic and therapeutic effect on the skin.

They are both part cosmetic and part prescription pharmaceutical…

For further reading on cosmeceuticals, follow the link.

Cosmeceutical claims

  • Helps repair dermal tissue
  • Generates new collagen growth
  • Boosts fibroblasts
  • Reduces the appearance of sun damage
  • will smooth fine lines and wrinkles
  • Stimulates cellular renewal
  • Will plump skin tissue
  • Helps restore the skin back to a youthful glow
  • Visibly lightens the skin helping with sun spots and pigmentations
  • Generally improves areas that differentiate from old and youthful skin

So what is the best facial moisturizer?

We at The Naked Chemist believe in transparency in ingredients, and we feel there is no miracle cure in a jar.

However there is no doubt that cosmeceuticals, with they’re technologically advanced ingredients, are changing the face of the skin care world.

Whilst they can’t completely reverse mature skin conditions, they certainly can help with premature ageing and can significantly help to slow down the hands of time.

Keeping your skin youthful and glowing for many years to come. x

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