SEACRET MINERAL-RICH CLARIFYING MUD MASK REVIEW
ABOUT SEACRET MINERAL-RICH CLARIFYING MUD MASK
Introduce this into your weekly regimen for exfoliation, luminosity, and even-looking skin tone.
The Dead Sea Mud Facial Mask cleanses the skin by drawing dirt and debris to the surface. An herbal mix of aloe vera, vitamin A, and essential oils softens and renews your skin.
SEACRET MINERAL-RICH CLARIFYING MUD MASK BENEFITS
- Cleanses the skin.
- Absorbs excess oil.
- Leaves skin noticeably clean with a matte finish look.
- Highly enriched formula that helps relieve dry, flaky skin.
- Helps to protect the skin from moisture loss, while it soothes and softens.
SEACRET MINERAL-RICH CLARIFYING MUD MASK INGREDIENTS
MARIS LIMUS (DEAD SEA MINERAL SILT), KAOLIN, WATER / AQUA, ALCOHOL DENAT, ALUMINUM STARCH OCTENYLSUCCINATE, ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE, CETYL ALCOHOL, GLYCERYL STEARATE, GLYCERIN, PROPANEDIOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, DECYL GLUCOSIDE, DIMETHICONE, CAPRYLIC / CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, PEG-40 STEARATE, CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA (MATRICARIA) FLOWER WATER, SODIUM BENZOATE, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL, CHLORPHENESIN, DEHYDROACETIC ACID, IRON BLACK / CI 77499, FRAGRANCE / PARFUM, ALLANTOIN, SORBITAN TRISTEARATE, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) SEED OIL, RETINYL PALMITATE (VITAMIN A), ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE.
SEACRET MINERAL-RICH CLARIFYING MUD MASK INGREDIENTS RESEARCH
DEAD SEA MUD RESEARCH
Dead Sea Mud masks can eliminate impurities and dead skin cells from the body, thereby improving moisture content in the skin to treat dry and flaky skin. The salt and magnesium in Dead Sea mud can improve the skin’s overall nature by making it more elastic and resistant to moisture loss. It has also been demonstrated that Dead Sea salt can promote a healthier skin barrier (1).
CHAMOMILE EXTRACT RESEARCH
Chamomile has long been utilized for therapeutic purposes due to its high concentration of flavonoids and phytochemicals which have been shown to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars by fighting free radicals and speeding up cell regeneration (2).
When used topically, chamomile extracts may help cure skin reddening, hyperpigmentation, and acne. Chamomile may also aid in wound healing and soothing sensitive skin (3).
Chamomile is high in antioxidants like polyphenols and phytochemicals. When applied to the epidermis, it may minimize the appearance of aging by protecting the skin from free radical damage (3). The Antioxidants in Chamomile Extract protect against oxidative stress caused by free radicals, a normal result of daily metabolic processes and inflammation.
Fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other indications of aging have been linked to oxidative stress. By using chamomile extract topically, visible signs of aging can be decreased by lowering oxidative stress (3).
Allantoin is often used as aa skin moisturizer that prevents dryness and irritation to keep skin hydrated(4). Allantoin inhibits TEWL (transepidermal water loss) and has the ability to retain water in skin cells which results in restoring the skin’s moisture levels to improve skin plumpness, hydration and softness (5).
Allantoin promotes cell turnover as well as the shedding of dead skin cells. Dull skin or dry skin is often caused by an accumulation of dead skin cells. Allantoin can improve those skin conditions by promoting new skin cell growth and removing old dead skin cells (6).
Allantoin can also aid in collagen production which is the material that holds skin cells together. By stimulating more collagen production the overall appearance of skin is improved (8). Collagen has been shown to reduce visible signs of aging such as crows feet and wrinkles (9).
SUNFLOWER SEED OIL RESEARCH
Sunflower oil has a number of chemicals that are beneficial to the skin. They are as follows:
- oleic acid
- linoleic acid
- vitamin E
Linoleic acid supports the skin’s natural barrier and its capacity to retain moisture. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.When applied topically, it is a reliable source. This makes it useful for dry skin and disorders like eczema (10).
A small study, of 19 participants showed that sunflower oil was more effective than olive oil at enhancing skin hydration and maintaining the integrity of the skin’s outer layer.
RETINYL PALMITATE (VITAMIN A) RESEARCH
Retinyl palmitate is a compound formed by combining retinol (pure vitamin A) and the fatty acid palmitic acid. When applied to the skin, it has been demonstrated in studies to be an efficient antioxidant. You might be surprised to learn that retinyl palmitate occurs naturally in our skin (it is the most abundant form of vitamin A storage in animals), where it functions as an antioxidant, particularly in helping to protect skin from UV light exposure—though it does not replace the need for sunscreen and is not approved by the U.S. FDA as a sunscreen active ingredient (12).