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Quels sont les bienfaits du bakuchiol pour la peau ?

What Are the Benefits of Bakuchiol?

Acne, blackheads... the skin can struggle with many problems. Fortunately, there are some active ingredients that can provide relief. Bakuchiol, which is derived from a medicinal plant, is an ally for blemished and acne-prone skin. This active ingredient has many beneficial properties. Among other things, it increases collagen production and restores skin elasticity.

The Advantages of Bakuchiol

Bakuchiol is suitable for acne-prone and blemished skin. Acne affects both teenagers and adults. It is characterized by various symptoms, such as excessive sebum production, hyperkeratinization, skin inflammation and bacterial growth. Bakuchiol combats these skin dysfunctions, normalizes the natural flow of sebum and prevents the growth of bacteria that cause blemishes.

Bakuchiol has a variety of benefits for the skin:

  • It fights skin disorders;

  • It increases collagen production;

  • It reduces skin damage caused by UV radiation (burns, blemishes and others);

  • It reduces scars caused by skin blemishes and repairs the skin.

Unlike other active ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide or retinoids, Bakuchiol is neither photosensitizing nor irritating. Therefore, it can be safely applied to sensitive skin (usually). In addition, it can be combined with a day care product.

Here You Can Find Our Care Products With Bakuchiol

We have developed the serum for blemishes with 1% bakuchiol as well as hazelnut oil, which is known to regulate sebum production and rebalance the hydrolipidic film. This completely natural care is suitable for blemished and acne-prone skin. Note: Even though this serum is not photosensitizing (it does not increase the skin's sensitivity to the sun's UV rays), we recommend using it in the evening, at the end of the skincare routine, due to its rather rich texture.


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