[Cos De BAHA] DC Drying Cream - 45ml
For many reasons, lecithin is added to cosmetics as a nature emulsifying agent, and as a dispersing agent for pigments.
Also, lecithin is naturally found in the body, it works with the skin to restore moisture.
Hydrogenated lecithin is the lecithin used in cosmetics. It’s produced by adding hydrogen to lecithin.
When topically applied with a cosmetic product, it softens and soothes skin.
At the same time, it creates a protective barrier that locks in moisture, while keeping environmental pollutants out.
It’s an excellent addition in products that promote good skin health, including restorative creams or other topicals that address mature or dry skin issues.
As an emulsifier for cosmetics, lecithin works well with most ingredients, helping to synergize all the ingredients in a variety of skincare goods.
Since most cosmetic products combine water and oil, they need a binder, or an emulsifier to “stick” together.
An emulsifier like lecithin stabilizes the product and promotes a consistency in cosmetics.
It also helps other active ingredients to penetrate deeper into the skin, improving the overall effectiveness of products.
Lecithin is a food that is intended as a supplement.
Such cosmetic ingredients are the best.
Cosmetics should not contain any toxic chemicals.
Everything we apply to our skin is also absorbed by our body.
Therefore, we should choose only really safe ingredients for our cosmetic products.
Alternatively, refer to the detailed description on the product page for use.