When it comes to achieving glowing skin, the right ingredients can make all the difference. As we age, maintaining a youthful and radiant complexion becomes a challenge. The gradual decline of collagen, a vital protein responsible for firm and smooth skin, can result in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging. However, there is good news. Thanks to advanced skincare formulations that harness the power of proven ingredients, you can now revitalise your skin. These carefully selected ingredients work to stimulate collagen production, diminish wrinkles, and improve skin elasticity. Discover the transformative effects of collagen-boosting skincare and unlock the secret to a radiant and youthful glow.
Retinoids, Retinol & Retinol Alternatives
Retinoids, such as retinoic acid, are renowned in the skincare industry for their ability to stimulate collagen production and diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage. However, they may be too harsh for certain skin types. Retinol, a milder form of vitamin A, is often used as an alternative to retinoids. However, achieving similar effects requires higher concentrations and longer usage periods. Some individuals may still experience sensitivity to retinol.
Vigna aconitifolia and bakuchiol are two plant-based ingredients that have shown promise in clinical studies as anti-ageing ingredients. While they are not clinically proven in the strictest sense, these ingredients have demonstrated retinol-like effects on the skin without causing harshness or sensitivity. They are appealing choices for those seeking natural alternatives to retinoids. Experience the rejuvenating benefits of our Muru Muru Age-Defy Cream with vigna aconitifolia and our Ultra-Light Nutrient Lotion with bakuchiol. These advanced formulations stimulate collagen production, enhance skin elasticity, and visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Achieve a youthful complexion that exudes vibrant health.
Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant, safeguards the skin against free radicals, brightening the complexion and reducing the appearance of dark spots. Its ability to stimulate collagen production has made it a highly sought-after ingredient in skincare. Experience the remarkable benefits of vitamin C through these products: Ultra-Light Nutrient Lotion, Asta Collagen Jelly Serum, Muru Muru Age-Defy Cream, and Stem Cell Sleeping Mask. Countless user reviews and experiences testify to the notable results achieved with our formulations. Experience the benefits of vitamin C by incorporating them into your skincare routine today and reveal a revitalised and radiant complexion.
Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs)
AHAs are a group of exfoliating acids that can help to promote collagen production in the skin. They work by removing dead skin cells and promoting cell turnover, which then improves the texture and tone of the skin.
Our Liquid Exfoliant, formulated with AHAs such as glycolic acid, lactic acid, mandelic acid, and gluconolactone, not only helps to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover but also effectively stimulates collagen production in the skin. This advanced formula rejuvenates your complexion by smoothing, firming, and brightening the skin, revealing a youthful and radiant appearance.
Apple Stem Cell Extracts
Explore the intriguing realm of apple stem cell extracts, derived from the rare Swiss apple, and unlock their potential to boost collagen production. Enriched with antioxidants, vitamins, and natural compounds, these extracts are believed to nourish the skin’s regenerative process, paving the way for a smoother and more youthful complexion that exudes health and vitality. While further research is necessary to fully understand the impact of apple stem cell extracts on collagen synthesis, their increased use in anti-ageing skincare products signals their potential benefits. Discover the wonders of nature with our curated range of products, including the Stem Cell Sleeping Mask, Stem Cell Repair Essence, Nutrient Serum, and Muru Muru Age-Defy Cream. As part of a clinical trial conducted in Bangkok, our Stem Cell Sleeping Mask and Muru Muru Age-Defy Cream was tested on women aged 40-60, resulting in noticeable improvements such as reduced fine lines and wrinkles, enhanced skin plumpness, improved clarity, and increased resilience against environmental stressors. Embrace the essence of nature in your skincare routine and witness the remarkable possibilities.
Astaxanthin is a promising skincare ingredient with wound healing, collagen stimulation and anti-ageing properties, that has captured the attention of the skincare world with its remarkable potential benefits. It holds the key to stimulating collagen production, promoting wound healing, reducing inflammation, and offering potential anti-ageing effects. Research suggests that incorporating astaxanthin into your skincare routine can unveil a more youthful and revitalised complexion. Discover Astaxanthin in our Energising Eye Cream and the Asta Collagen Jelly Serum. Enriched with a high concentration of astaxanthin, niacinamide, centella asiatica extract, madecassoside, and ceramides, Asta Collagen Jelly Serum provides calming properties and a range of anti-ageing benefits, including firming and brightening. Embrace the captivating power of astaxanthin and elevate your skincare journey today.
Niacinamide is an influential skincare ingredient that has gained recognition from experts and enthusiasts for its proven efficacy in stimulating collagen synthesis. Experience the noticeable improvements as niacinamide improves skin elasticity, and firmness, and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Brighten lackluster skin as niacinamide regulates sebum production, refines pores, and reveals a more radiant and smoother complexion.
Explore the diverse benefits of niacinamide across our product range : Deep Pore Cleansing Foam, Hydrating Soothing Essence, Asta Collagen Jelly Serum, Lightening and Soothing Serum, Rescue Recovery Lotion, and Liquid Exfoliant. Enhance your skincare routine with the scientifically-backed power of niacinamide and discover the potential for achieving healthier-looking skin.
Centella Asiatica, commonly known as Gotu Kola or Tiger Grass, is a versatile plant that offers a myriad of skin benefits. With a rich history in traditional medicine, Centella asiatica is renowned for its ability to promote wound healing by stimulating collagen synthesis and fibroblast production, which are crucial for the formation of healthy connective tissue. The plant’s antioxidant properties help safeguard the skin against free radicals and environmental stressors. Additionally, Centella asiatica exhibits soothing and anti-inflammatory effects, making it an invaluable ingredient for those with sensitive or irritated skin. You can find the remarkable benefits of this herb in our Blemish Clarifying Lotion, Asta Collagen Jelly Serum, Rescue Recovery Lotion, and Lightening and Soothing Serum. Embrace the power of Centella asiatica and unlock its transformative effects on your skin’s health and radiance.
Incorporating skincare products with these collagen-stimulating ingredients can improve your skin’s appearance, promoting a youthful and healthy glow.
Please note that individual results may vary, and it is recommended to consult with skincare professionals for personalised advice.
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