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Seacret Balancing Facial Serum Review

About Seacret Balancing Facial Serum

Seacret Balancing Facial Serum  is a lightweight serum that hydrates and softens the skin. Seacret Balancing Facial Serum  reduces the appearance of fine lines and creases with a highly concentrated refined formulation. Seacret Balancing Facial Serum  serum contains vitamins, amino acids, and minerals from the Dead Sea, which, when included in this formula, serve to even out the skin’s tone and texture, and to remove fine lines and creases.

Seacret Balancing Facial Serum Benefits

  • Contains hydrating ingredients.
  • Improves complexion for skin that appears healthier.
  • Adds radiance to the complexion.
  • Very light and readily absorbed.
  • Aids in preventing free radical damage.
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and creases.

Seacret Balancing Facial Serum Ingredients

  • Dead Sea Minerals
  • Evening Primrose Oil
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Cucumber Extract
  • Vitamins E & C & A

Seacret Balancing Facial Serum Ingredients Research

Dead Sea Minerals Research

All of the minerals in Dead Sea salt, from bromide to zinc to magnesium, not only increase hydration, but also decrease inflammation.  Dead Sea salt is also an excellent exfoliant.  Dead Sea salt can exfoliate and remove dead skin to even out skintone, speed up the skin’s restorative process to achieve a more vibrant skin tone overall (1).


Dead Sea salt is an exceptional moisturizer for dry skin as it contains a high concentration of magnesium, which hydrates the epidermis by strengthening its lipid barrier and forming a protective layer.  It would be difficult to locate a better hydrator for the skin than Dead Sea Minerals salt (2).

Evening Primrose Oil Research

According to a research from 2005, oral EPO supplementation helps smooth skin and enhance its:

  • elasticity
  • moisture firmness
  • strain resistance

GLA is necessary for optimal epidermis structure and function, according to the study. Because the epidermis cannot produce GLA on its own, researchers believe that taking EPO containing GLA promotes overall skin health.


Primrose oil contains glycerides including linoleic and gamma-linolenic acids.  These fatty acids effectively penetrate the skin’s outermost layers and modulate their composition. Thus, evening primrose oil was found to have a stabilizing effect on the epidermis’ top layers, resulting in an increase in water retention and an overall enhancement in moisture levels (3).


As a consequence of enhancing the skin’s barrier function, evening primrose oil can also help to soothe dry, irritated skin. Studies indicate that water-in-oil emulsions are optimal for maximizing the benefits of evening primrose oil for the epidermis when incorporated into cosmetic formulations (4). 

Green Tea Extract Research

The benefits and efficacy of green tea as an antioxidant and therapeutic botanical in cosmetics and overall health are supported by a body of evidence and research (5).


In Asia, green tea, also known as Camellia Sinensis, has been consumed and used medicinally for more than 4,000 years. Green tea, which is rich in a potent form of plant polyphenol called catechins, specifically ECGC, has been shown to have significant antioxidant, chemopreventive, immunomodulatory, and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin, whether taken orally or applied topically. ECGC affects biochemical pathways that are essential for cell proliferation and repair (6).


The topical application of green tea extract can protect skin from the detrimental effects of UV exposure, including erythema, premature aging, and even cancer, according to a large study published in 2010 on the use of botanicals in dermatology (7).

Cucumber Extract Research

Cucumber Extract has the ability to hydrate and calm the skin. Its cooling properties can reduce skin irritation, redness, puffiness and itchingn.  Due to Cucumber extracts high water content (95%) and micronutrients, it can help to maintain skin elasticity and hydration. This reduces the visibility of fine lines and creases and slows down the aging process (8).


Scientists and cosmetics manufacturers have shown a great deal of interest in antioxidants extracted from plants and fruits. Many of these antioxidants have been incorporated into formulations for skin care and have contributed to skin rejuvenation (9).


Cucumber extracts, which are rich in vitamins A and C and antioxidants, have been shown to have various effects on the skin, such as alleviating irritated skin, moisturization, anti-inflammatory, sebum secretion inhibitory, and melanin synthesis inhibitory effects (10).

Vitamins C Skincare Research

A few clinical studies have shown that vitamin C can reduce the appearance of creases. One study found that daily use of a vitamin C formulation for at least three months enhanced the appearance of fine and coarse facial and neck wrinkles, as well as the texture and appearance of the skin as a whole (11).


When combined with a broad-spectrum sunscreen, vitamin C may also help protect the epidermis from harmful ultraviolet rays. Clinical studies have demonstrated that combining vitamin C with other topical ingredients, such as ferulic acid and vitamin E, can reduce redness and protect the skin from long-term sun injury (12).

Vitamins E Skincare Research

Vitamin E is a crucial fat-soluble antioxidant that has been utilized in dermatology for over fifty years. It is a crucial component of numerous cosmetics. As a free-radical scavenger, it protects the skin from the numerous damaging effects of solar radiation. Vitamin E has antitumorigenic and photoprotective properties, according to scientific research (13).

**Disclaimer :

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Work Cited :
  1. Muggli, R. Systemic evening primrose oil improves the biophysical skin parameters of healthy adults. International journal of cosmetic science 27.4, 243-249 (2005)
  2. Cronin, H. and Draelos, Z. Original Contribution: Top 10 botanical ingredients in 2010 anti‐aging creams. Journal of cosmetic dermatology 9.3, 218-225 (2010)
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