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10 Ingredients to Resuscitate Compromised Barrier

10 Ingredients to Resuscitate Compromised Barrier

The skin barrier serves an important role in protecting us from toxins, bacteria, infection, and other DNA-damaging elements. Today, however, compromised barrier is more prevalent than ever before as a result of our environment, overuse of skin care products with harsh ingredients, medications, autoimmune diseases, and even aggressive professional treatments.

What happens when the barrier becomes compromised? There are a number of challenges that may arise including increased dryness and irritations, susceptibility to bacteria, and even more serious issues like rosacea and acne. With the prevalence of compromised barrier, we’ve made this skin concern a priority with our new Compromised Barrier Repair (CBR) line, which incorporates ingredients that focus on strengthening, rebuilding, and restoring the skin.

With the right combination of ingredients, professional treatments and proper home care, resuscitating the skin is well within reach. This blog post will address these core areas starting with the top ingredients for compromised barrier support.

Rose water extract – provides hydration, and reduces inflammation and irritation while also helping to maintain the skin’s pH balance. It also provides antibacterial and antioxidant benefits. Find this ingredient in Soothing Cream Cleanse.

Goats milk and milk protein – a natural skin rejuvenator and moisturizer with AHAs and vitamins, goats milk is often referred to as “nature’s liposomes” because it contains a pH close to the skin’s natural pH, which makes it effective in boosting hydration, lowering alkalinity and reducing the signs of inflammation. Milk protein also provides powerful antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal benefits, and contains immunoglobulins and vitamin D, which support cellular growth and healing. Find these ingredients in Milk Mask.

Shea butter – a natural fat derived from the fruit of the karite tree, shea butter provides deep hydration and guards against dehydration. Find this ingredient in Antiox Hydration Mask.

L-arginine – one of the 20 primary amino acids, it accelerates wound healing, promotes collagen synthesis and increases skin elasticity. And when combined with the following ingredients, it creates a wonderful rejuvenator, gentle enough for compromised skin, but powerful enough to support cellular rejuvenation and repair. Find this ingredient in Mandelic Repair Serum.

L-mandelic acid – found in almonds, L-mandelic acid is an AHA that increases the ATP energy and gently loosens the glue-like substance holding skin cells together, which makes it very beneficial to those with compromised barriers. It also helps reduce inflammation and redness. This ingredient is also found in Mandelic Repair Serum.

Epidermal growth factors (EGF) – composed of 53 amino acids, EGF is an important protein that heals skin injuries and stimulates cell proliferation. Find this ingredient in Cell Renewal Serum.

Encapsulated retinaldehyde – similar to retinol in its ability to rejuvenate and strengthen the skin, it produces the least amount of skin irritation of all vitamin A derivatives, making it a great choice for compromised barrier. It supports skin repair, stimulates cellular cohesion, and eliminates bacteria. Find this ingredient in Retinal Repair.

Organic stem cells – these are powerful in skin rejuvenation and health as they support the rebuild of damaged tissues, preserve lipids, and increase antioxidant activity and collagen synthesis. Find this ingredient in DNA Protect.

Hyaluronic acid – a natural glycosaminoglycan, it occurs naturally in the body, particularly in younger skin tissue. It has the ability to retain over a 1,000 times its weight in water within skin cells, while also removing waste matter from cells. HA is also known for its ability to reverse free radical damage and protect against UV damage. Find this ingredient in Pure Hydration.

Zinc and titanium dioxide – two naturally occurring minerals, they work by forming a protective physical barrier over the skin to block UV rays. As such, these minerals provide broad-spectrum protection, which reduces UVA-induced free-radical damage. Zinc also soothes and heals. Find this ingredient in eZinc Protection Cream.

Look to these ingredients –– each of which can be found in on our Compromised Barrier Line –– to support your client’s skin resuscitation in the treatment room and beyond. RACBR.com