Four New Skincare Ingredients You Need to Know About

Just when we think we’ve gotten our skincare routine down to a science and know the difference between a double cleanse and master cleanse, another much-hyped ingredient hits our social media feed making us wonder if we’re doing enough.

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Copper Peptides

Peptides are fragments of proteins which are the fundamental building blocks of skin.  Copper peptides serve as an antioxidant and is most often found in serum-based products.

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Mandelic Acid

Derived from bitter almonds, mandelic acid is a milder form of alpha hydroxy acid (AHAs).  It’s gentler than other AHAs (i.e., glycolic and lactic acids) so it’s well suited for sensitive skin types.

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Snail Mucin

We know what you’re thinking.  Snail what??  Yes, snail mucin is the actual mucus snails secrete.  We know, it sounds gross, but there’s some hard science behind using snail slime on your skin.  So, hear us out for a second.

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Bakuchiol is derived from the leaves and seeds of the babchi plant, an herb commonly used in Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines.  Studies have shown that this powerful plant-based extract is an ideal alternative to retinol and well-suited to sensitive skin types.

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