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We’re sure you have heard much about the importance of including active ingredients in your daily skincare routine. But it’s not always easy - active ingredients can be highly beneficial to your skin, yet they can have different side effects. That’s why it’s better to learn some essential details about active ingredients and then start incorporating them into your daily skincare routine so that you don’t harm your health.

What Are Active Ingredients in Skincare?

Active ingredients are components that are created to treat different skin conditions such as acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles. Here are some examples of active ingredients and their main function:

  • Retinoids: These are derivatives of vitamin A that reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots.

  • Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs): Glycolic acid and lactic acid are AHAs that can exfoliate your skin and improve its texture.

  • Hyaluronic acid: This acid is one of the most famous elements used to hydrate and plump your skin, making it look more youthful.

  • Niacinamide: This form of vitamin B3 improves the appearance of enlarged pores, fine lines, and uneven skin tone by making your skin radiant and smooth.

  • Vitamin C: This antioxidant can brighten your skin and even out your skin tone.

How to Incorporate Active Ingredients Into Your Skincare Routine?

Here we have some essential tips on how to incorporate active ingredients into your everyday skincare routine without any harm to your health and for the best results possible.

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First, remember that each product you use needs some time to absorb. Give a few minutes to each to go deep into your skin’s layers before applying the next product. Also, note that the necessary time varies depending on the product.

If your product doesn’t combine different compatible active ingredients, and you need to incorporate each active ingredient separately, then stick to one active ingredient per product to avoid irritation.

Check the compatibility of the active ingredients you pick as some active ingredients can react when used together and cause irritation. For example, never use vitamin C and niacinamide together to avoid redness and flushing.

Always follow the instructions for each product - the manufacturer writes them for a reason. Pay attention to the instructions to ensure that you are using the product in a correct way and get the most benefit. If a product is designed to be used at night only, then better don’t try using it in the morning as well. Some products are recommended for usage only once or twice per week, not often.

Adding Active Ingredients With BBA

Incorporating active ingredients into your everyday skincare routine can be quite risky. As not all of us have a cosmetology or formulator education, remembering which active ingredients will react together is not always an easy thing. And if you have a skincare routine consisting of 5-7 products, it can be overwhelming to memorize all the formulas.

That’s how BBA came up with a solution. To make skincare a more comfortable, soothing, and natural process, we have created a few products at BBA Organic that replace 5-7 products at once. And all active ingredients contained are perfectly compatible with each other.

If you want to add a pure, natural, and organic product with active ingredients to your daily skincare routine, we suggest picking the Daily Exfoliating Toner-Serum from BBA Organic. It contains different active ingredients at the same time:

Hyaluronic Acid: This acid occurs naturally in the skin and helps to retain moisture. When used in skincare products, it can help hydrate and plump the skin, as well as to get rid of skin impurities.

AHAs - Alpha-hydroxy acids: These are acids that exfoliate the top layer of skin, revealing smoother, brighter, and more even-toned skin. Examples of AHAs include glycolic acid and lactic acid. Glycolic acid can be found in the daily exfoliating toner-serum, and lactic acid is in the Clarifying Gel-Moisturizer of BBA Organic.

Niacinamide, which is known as a form of vitamin B3, improves skin texture, reduces hyperpigmentation, moisturizes skin, reduces inflammation, and regulates sebum production at the same time.

The Bottom Line

Incorporating active ingredients in your skincare routine can have a significant impact on your skin health. Whether you have oily, acne-prone, or dry, flaky skin, there is an active ingredient out there that can solve your concern in a short period. With BBA Organic, you can add nature-derived, organic, pure products to your daily skincare so you can achieve a healthy, glowing complexion of your skin without any harm to your health.



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