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Today we are discussing Hydroxypinacolone retinoate and ceramide anti-ageing facial glow cream.

HPR has a low potential for irritation and is suitable for sensitive skin. Research has shown that HPR induced significantly less skin irritation than the same concentration as retinol, whilst still providing the same benefits to the skin. So, you can see why HPR is becoming more popular.

Those seeking to tackle fine lines and wrinkles as well an uneven tone can also seek out HPR as research has additionally proven this multi-tasking skin care ingredient reduced the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as improved uneven tone. HPR can positively impact skin at percentages as low as. 02%. Most researchers suggest that HPR is better than retinol, with clinical outcomes comparable to prescription retinoids with less side effects such as skin irritation & redness. Using a HPR cream can benefit many different skin types and concerns, but can you mix ceramides with HPR? The answer is yes. Skin adjusting to HPR can be prone to dryness and sun sensitivity, so using the moisturiser with ceramides and SPF can help both these issues.

 

Formula: Anti-Ageing Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate and Ceramide Glow Facial Cream

PHASE 1

 

PHASE 2

 

PHASE 3

 

Method:

  • Phase 1: Take a Beaker and add ingredients one by one and mix well.
  • Add to a warm bath of water and heat up to 70degrees Celsius until all dissolves
  • At the same time add the ingredients for Phase 2 together and add to warm water bath and heat up to 70 degrees Celsius.
  • Add Phase 1 to Phase 2 and mix well with a beater or a rod.
  • Mix now with an immersion Blender for about 5-7 minutes.
  • Let the ingredients in the Beaker Cool down until completely set.  Below 40degrees celsius
  • In a Third beaker Add sodium ascorbyl phosphate and dissolved water and stir to dissolve. Add to cream. Then add remainder of Phase 3 and mix with an Immersion
  • Let your mixture sit for a while.
  • Add to containers and enjoy!

 

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