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Interparfums FY 2022: record earnings as operating profit soars 33 percent

THE WHAT? Interparfums has reported its results for the 2022 fiscal year. The fragrance giant recorded record earnings for the full year with net income up 40 percent on 2021’s figures and sales rising 26 percent to €706.6 million. THE DETAILS The company noted that it had extended its partnership with Montblanc until December 31, 2030 and, subject to the General Meeting’s ratification, hit its goal of achieving gender parity on its board. THE WHY? Philippe Benacin, Chairman and CEO, commented, “Against the backdrop of a turbulent economic and geopolitical environment, our sales and earnings continued to grow in 2022. In 2023, although many uncertainties still exist, this positive momentum should continue with sales expected to reach €750 million, driven by the continuing appeal of our brands for consumers in a global perfume market that remains buoyant.” The post Interparfums FY 2022: record earnings as operating profit soars 33 percent appeared first on Global Cosme

Is Moisturizer Actually Bad For Your Skin? (Hint - It's not!)

Is Moisturizer Actually Bad For Your Skin? (Hint - It's
The best moisturizers for your skin type Posted on December 20, 2022 Written by: 100% PURE ®

Moisturizers are considered to be the most-bought skin care product. It targets the most common skin concern which is dry and dehydrated skin. Over the years the formula of moisturizers has evolved so much that now everyone has started using it for multiple skincare woes.

What Happens If I Don’t Moisturize My Face?

Not using a moisturizer is also not a good decision. It is highly recommended to use a moisturizer that contains ingredients that suit your skin type. Using a moisturizer that is compatible with your skin will keep it hydrated and radiant. As you age, the natural moisture in your skin starts evaporating, which is why a moisturizer becomes a must-have product after you turn 25.

What are the Disadvantages of Moisturizers?

While every beauty website is praising the wonder that is a “Moisturizer”, multiple dermatologists like Dr. Peter Elias, Obagi and Mara Weinstein are calling it bad for the skin. All of them have similar thoughts about moisturizer being a temporary relief for dry skin. Dr. Elias thinks using moisturizer daily can throw off the skin's pH level. Obagi and Mara Weinstein have also researched the fact that moisturizers are responsible for reducing new cell turnover. According to them, moisturizers make the dead cells called corneocytes stick to the skin which significantly slows down the natural process of exfoliation.

Is It Good to Use a Moisturizer Every Day?

Picking the right moisturizer is the key to getting the desired result. Your skin will only look fresh and alive when the moisturizer will provide what it needs. If it doesn’t then your skin will lose its balance and start breaking out. People who have pre-existing skin conditions like eczema, acne, acute dermatitis, or rosacea should be extra careful about the contents of their moisturizer. Usually, moisturizers for dry skin also can be too harsh on their extremely sensitive skin. If you feel a product triggering any sort of irritation, clean it off immediately.

If you have rashes or redness due to dry skin then you need to pick an effective moisturizer. The first thing that you need to look for is that it should be either fragrance-free or very mildly scented. One of the most hidden irritators of skin is the fragrance which can be found in every beauty product be it makeup or skincare. In addition to this, avoid moisturizers that have instant hydrating chemicals like retinol or hydroxy acid. These ingredients do give instant results but also pose a huge risk of irritating the skin. This is why it's best to go with products that have a natural and clean formula. Keep an eye out for the following ingredients in a moisturizer, if you see them don’t buy it; sulfates, perfume, alcohol, color dyes, and preservatives.

Should People With Acne Use Moisturizers?

A lot of skin products don’t go well for people who have acne-prone skin. They need moisturizers that hydrate their skin without clogging it. Another thing they should look for in a moisturizer is that it shouldn't stick to their skin for a long time. For this, a water-based moisturizer will work best for them. Whenever buying a skincare product for skin prone to acne, look at the tag of non-comedogenic on the product. Non-comedogenic means the skin won't clog the pores which would help in keeping the skin acne-free. Non-comedogenic moisturizers work well in removing the excess oil without erasing the natural moisture from your skin.

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What is The Right Way to Use a Moisturizer?

The right way to use a moisturizer is by using it with a combination of cleanser and toner. People who use only moisturizer damage their skin in the long run. The residue of the moisturizer gets combined with dead skin cells and creates an impenetrable layer. Due to this, the skin goes through all kinds of issues: dryness, irritation, and inflammation. The thick layer is also responsible for slowing down the natural process of exfoliation. The human skin sheds and creates millions of cells daily which means even a little interference in this process can lead to skin damage.

100% Pure Highly-Reviewed Moisturizers

Before choosing one of our amazing moisturizers. It’s best to determine your skin type. If you are not exactly sure about it, you can always do a small experiment. Dry skin is easy to identify by the patches on the skin, most people get confused between normal and oily skin. For this take a clean tissue and swipe it on your face. If there’s nothing on it then you have normal skin if you see a little residue and oil on it then you have oily skin.

Seaberry Moisturizer

If you are looking for an efficient moisturizer for mature skin then try the Seaberry Moisturizer by 100% Pure. The multiple peptides in its formula are responsible for increasing stem cells' elasticity which in return makes your skin firm. It also boosts off natural hydrating agents like aloe and shea butter which nourish the skin. The anti-aging oxidants extracted from grape and sea buckthorn are great for collagen production. The main ingredient, organic seaberry fruit oil, has more than 50 nourishing phytonutrients. They work on increasing the radiance and vitality of your complexion. Instead of retinol, this moisturizer uses natural bakuchiol which provides all the benefits of an anti-aging agent without any side effects.

Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Cream

For those looking for a water bomb for the skin and nutrients to boot, our Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Cream is here to load the skin with not only moisture but antioxidants, as well. Green tea and yerba mate flood the skin with antioxidants to help protect it from environmental pollution and free radical damage. With its combination of lightweight olive squalane and rich acai butter, this moisturizer creates a happy medium for both normal and combination skin.

Tea Tree Balancing Moisturizer

A moisturizer for oily skin is always a tricky one to find. For this, 100% Pure has specifically created the Tea Tree balancing moisturizer that is great for blemish control. It soothes the skin and provides it with tea tree extracts that absorb the extra oil. The antibacterial properties of tea tree oil are known worldwide which is why it is great for keeping the skin clean and infection-free. Tea tree oil face moisturizer is great at minimizing acne marks. In addition to tea tree, it also has soothing agents like peppermint oil.

What’s the Conclusion?

The biggest takeaway is that not all moisturizers are the same. Each skin type is different which means so should be the moisturizer. Also, quantity is a big factor when applying moisturizer. Dry skin needs a heavy amount while normal skin types should opt for a pea-sized quantity. Recent research has shown, moisturizers that aren't made from natural and clean formulas do more harm than good. Always, remember to buy what your skin needs and not what’s everyone buying.

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