Ingredients

The Ingredients used in Vine Vera Cosmetics
The best way to determine which skin care product to use and which product to avoid is to try and determine the ingredients being used in the product. It might be too much to expect you to understand what each and every ingredient means and does to your skin, but you can always make note of some ingredients that are very beneficial for the skin and some that are super harmful. At Vine Vera, we believe in offering our customers with some of the best and most luxurious ingredients that help to address skin issues as well as tackle the signs of aging. This article offers insights into some of the most luxurious skin care ingredients used in Vine Vera products besides Resveratrol.

Vine Vera Natural Ingredients

DMAE
DMAE is an organic compound that is famous for tightening the skin instantly and easily penetrating into the deeper lying areas of the skin. DMAE is best applied topically because the tightening effect is stronger with topical applications. The biggest advantages that DMAE has to offer include supple and softer skin. It also helps to boost the skin elasticity.

 

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, is considered to be one of the most powerful skin care ingredients. It is an extremely effective antioxidant that not only helps to fight the damage caused by free radicals, but also helps in increasing the production of collagen in the skin. Furthermore, Vitamin C also helps in protecting your skin from the damage caused by the harmful UV rays of the sun.

 

Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate)
Retinyl Palmitate, a form of Vitamin A, is used in Vine Vera products because of the miraculous anti-aging benefits that it has to offer. The compound formulates perfectly with Resveratrol and offers your skin with some of the most amazing solutions for anti-aging and dealing with fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin A is also considered to be extremely useful in preventing acne and treating your dry skin issues.

Vine Vera Ingredient - Vitamin A

Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate)
Vitamin E is an anti-ager which is actually quite similar to our magical ingredient, Resveratrol. Vitamin E is essentially an antioxidant that helps in preventing the formation of free radicals in the body. Some of the main advantages offered by this ingredient include reduced fine lines and wrinkles, smoother looking skin and prevention of damage caused by sun exposure.

 

Caviar
Caviar is extremely rich in amino acids and it is very effective in rejuvenating the skin. Caviar is known to contain omega-3 fatty acids that are very essential for skin health. Caviar helps to hydrate the skin and also give it a healthy glow.

 

Green Tea Extracts (Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extracts)
Green Tea is an extremely potent antioxidant that helps the skin to ward off the damage caused by free radicals. Green tea can also help in neutralizing the damage caused by free radicals and preventing skin cancer. Furthermore, green tea extracts are known to be highly effective in rejuvenating skin cells that are nearing the end of their life cycles.

 

Acetyl-Hexapeptide-8
Acetyl-Hexapeptide-8, also known as AH-3, is commonly associated with the brand name Argireline. AH-3 helps in relaxing the fine lines and wrinkles from your face and also prevents the formation of new wrinkles. AH-3 is usually considered to be the answer for people looking for alternatives to procedures like Botox.

 

Collagen
You’ve probably heard about the name being thrown about here and there in the world of skin care. Although your body has collagen naturally, this collagen diminishes over time. By introducing collagen topically, you can get your skin to become firmer and also improve the elasticity of your skin. Furthermore, collagen also helps in renewing and rejuvenating your skin cells and reducing the signs of aging.

 Vine Vera - Collagen

Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic Acid is another natural ingredient that is commonly found in body joints and the eyes. Like collagen, the amount of hyaluronic acid reduces with age. This also reduces the skin’s ability to be able to hold onto elasticity and moisture. One of the main roles of hyaluronic acid in skin care is to heal wounds and burns. However, it is also known to be extremely popular in terms of anti-aging. Vine Vera also uses the salt form of hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate, in its products.

 

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera has been used in skin care by humans ever since the time of the Great Egyptian Empire. It is believed to offer all sorts of benefits to the skin and has also had medicinal uses for centuries. Aloe Vera is considered to be extremely effective in terms of treating sunburns, replenishing the lost moisture content of the skin, treating acne issues and fighting the signs of aging. Since Aloe Vera doesn’t give away a greasy feel, it is an ideal solution for anyone with oily skin. Moreover, Aloe Vera is also popular as an extremely effective antioxidant that protects the skin from sun damage and free radical damage.