Essential oils played an important role in the rituals and ceremonies of ancient civilizations. In Greece, Egypt, Hebrew. Babylonian, essential oils were used for healing, incense, sacrifices, and anointing the dead. Applying essential oils to the skin, scalp, and hair has always been a part of these rituals. Even though the ancients didn’t know exactly why essential oils were healing, they knew that the benefits of essential oils were real. Modern technology has revealed the science behind the benefits of essential oils. Allowing us to develop new ingredients for beautifying and nourishing the body. Biofermentation technology has enabled LLS Beauty Business Unit to develop one of these ingredients: BurnBooster Seaweed Essential Oil.
Improving Skin Barrier Protection
One of LLS Beauty’s natural ingredients is made from microalgae derived from the sap of the German chestnut tree. It contains BurnBooster over 90% beneficial Omega-9s in a highly stable liquid formula. In addition, it is a natural ingredient made by fermentation, biodegradable, and has a low environmental footprint in terms of water, carbon, and usage. Preliminary tests on multiple hair types show that the high-stability formula protects hair fibers from breakage and repairs split ends while providing lustrous, smooth hair, controlling frizz, and improving manageability. The ingredient also boosts skin and scalp health by increasing hydration, photodamage repair, and improving skin barrier protection.
Finding The Perfect Sun Care Product
Since its release, LLS Beauty has conducted additional testing of AlgaPūr ™ HSHO Seaweed Essential Oil, discovering Web Care Face additional benefits for skin and hair. Benefits of the new certification include: hair Nourishes hair follicles Protects against hair fiber lipid degradation by UV exposure and has antioxidant properties Maintaining the Scalp Microbiome skin Protects the ingredient from UV radiation through singlet oxygen quenching and protects against aging and temperature damage caused by lipid peroxidation. We look at the challenges of achieving this sensory experience. Finding the perfect sun care product can be a challenge, especially for consumers with darker skin tones, due to the whitening problem of sunscreens. Whitening is the unnatural bluish-white residue that products containing zinc oxide and titanium dioxide leave on the skin.