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Hemp seed oil in facial care for sensitive skin

Hemp seed oil protects the natural skin barrier. It soothes irritated, inflamed skin and reduces redness. It is particularly recommended for acne, psoriasis and neurodermatitis.

Bakuchiol in facial care - skin-friendly alternative to retinol

In cosmetic use, the 100% botanical Bakuchiol from the babchi plant is a preferable replacement for retinol - without retinol's unpleasant skin-irritating side effects.

Skin-friendly preservation in facial care

to substances containing mineral oil, silicones, surfactants, emulsifiers and harmful preservatives that can irritate, trigger allergies, upset the hormone balance or impair sensitive metabolic processes in your body.

Skin-identical ingredients - how to recognize a good face cream

Especially when you are struggling with sensitive, dry or dehydrated skin, with redness, impurities or pimples, choosing the right ingredients for your cosmetics is the be-all and end-all.

How does hyaluronic acid work in the skin?

Hyaluronic acid regenerates the tissue, tightens and keeps the skin elastic. Hardly any cosmetic ingredient is able to moisturize the skin as effectively as hyaluronic acid.
In myrto products, we use high quality allergen-free organic CO2 plant extracts. An innovative process enables the production of solvent-free plant extracts with the highest possible active ingredient content of sensitive antioxidants.

Face oils in the cold season

Face oils are highly effective, smoothing and balancing. They are the optimal rich skin care for every skin type - sensitive, dry or mature skin as well as oily or combination skin.
Each cosmetic product has a so-called INCI (International Nomenclature of Ingredients) on the packaging. The higher up an active ingredient is listed, the greater its proportion in the product.
Myrto products are consistently rated with top marks on test portals such as Codecheck. To insiders myrto is meanwhile known for its excellent ...
In skin care, vitamin C is one of the most effective active ingredients of all, as numerous current studies confirm.
Lactic acid is not only suitable for sensitive and mature skin, it is also recommended for sensitive combination skin that is prone to blemishes.

Is glycerin skin-damaging or not?

Glycerin is a common ingredient in cosmetics as well as in the food sector. At the same time, glycerin is an endogenous substance and part of our skin's own moisture retention system (NMF= Natural Moisturizing Factor). Read the pros and cons of glycerin in cosmetics here.
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