With an increasing demand for natural, clean products from consumers, food-based skincare has grown into a lifestyle fueled by efficacy, transparency, and sustainability.
Here are 3 interesting facts about food science within the beauty industry that we found this week:
From manufacturing to packaging, brands have come full circle and are looking to achieve a new level of sustainability. This desire has introduced the concept of developing skincare from food waste.
Exfoliants made from seeds and packaging made from recycled paper are just two innovative ways that brands have started to embrace waste-free beauty, fueling both independent initiatives as well as eco-movements all around the world.
Everyone knows about the advantages of probiotics on your gut health. Recent studies have found that consuming probiotics further helps skin conditions such as acne and eczema.
New York Dermatology Group Founder, Dr David Colbet believes that probiotics consumed intersect with the natural biome of the skin, nurturing the good microorganisms sitting atop our skin, thus boosting skin health and promoting a radiant glow.
A relatively new term coined to describe a form of dermatology that combined forms of Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) with dermatology to treat dermatological conditions. Integrative Dermatology treats the body as a whole using food such as herbal ingredients and “detox” diets, as well as nutritional supplementation.
Here at 283, our food science background inspired the inside out approach for skin care. We started at the root cause of pigmentation and treat it using food based, food-derived molecules – an innovative solution to an age-old problem.
Target pigmentation with The Lightening Serum, infused with Po3™ – The Nutritional Power for Your skin, start your journey today!
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