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Our ingredients are carefully selected to effectively support your unique skin needs. Learn more about the different types of minerals and how they can benefit your body.

What are the most common minerals in skincare products?

Glycerin is a humectant, which means that it attracts and retains water. This makes it an excellent ingredient for hydrating the skin. Glycerin can also help to improve the skin's barrier function, which can help to protect the skin from environmental stressors.

Are Minerals suitable for all skin types?

Glycerin is generally well-tolerated by all skin types. However, some people with very sensitive skin may experience irritation from glycerin. If you are concerned about using glycerin, you can test it on a small area of your skin before using it on your entire face.

Can Minerals cause irritation or allergies?

Glycerin is generally considered to be a safe and gentle ingredient. However, some people may experience irritation or allergies from glycerin. If you experience any irritation or allergies, you should stop using glycerin and consult with a dermatologist.

Where do the minerals used in skincare products come from?

Glycerin can complement a variety of other skincare ingredients. For example, glycerin can help to improve the absorption of other ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid and vitamin C. Glycerin can also help to reduce the irritation caused by some ingredients, such as retinoids and alpha hydroxy acids.

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