Soy protein is a PH-balancing cleanser with amino acids to gently removes impurities and makeup. But it also contains isoflavones, antioxidant compounds considered to brighten skin, increase radiance and overall tone, and can even help improve the look of blemishes and redness. These same antioxidants may reduce wrinkles and help plump up skin with moisture for supple smoothness while adding elasticity. Its vitamin E is thought of as a skin-healing hero, making soy a hard-working best friend for skin.
Here is a powerful nutrient that every body needs to function well. Pro-vitamin B5, also known as panthenol, has long been a hair hero but has been found to be a very healthy addition to a skin care regimen. It acts a effective humectant, considered for its abilities to bind to water and lock it in, helping to penetrate deep for lush hydration, making it a smart choice for dry skin. Its anti-inflammatory action helps to reduce redness, and it’s thought to have healing properties too.