Seabuckthorn oil is really quite an incredible substance. Within each golden-orange drop is a whole host of potent healing bioactive compounds that regenerate, soothe, and build the skin. For private label skincare, there isn’t a carrier oil that comes close to delivering the same amount of potent skin regenerative compounds per drop as Seabuckthorn.
Have you ever wondered if there was any real difference between a sugar and a salt scrub? Turns out, there is! And whether you have your own private label skincare line, or make your own beauty products at home, the difference between sugar and salt and their appropriate uses is actually pretty important. Both serve an important purpose when used on the skin, and by knowing when to use which, you make more effective your own line, and your own skin care regimen.
Have you ever tried the Thieves essential oil blend before? Do you know the story behind it? Legend has it that the recipe for this incredibly potent and effective essential oil blend was given to the king of England by a couple of notorious thieves in exchange for their lives because they had been plundering the dead bodies of those unfortunate souls who had caught the Plague. The thieves miraculously did not catch the Plague, and the recipe they divulged as their secret is still with us today, as potent and protective as ever. While uses for the Thieves blend are virtually endless, here are two of our favorites:
One of the fun things about having your own private label skincare line is that you get to be creative with your formulas and the products that you choose to include in your lineup. Maybe you want your line to have more emphasis on a serum, while foregoing a scrub in favor of an enzyme mask. Or perhaps you don’t want a typical cleanser and moisturizer, and instead favor simple and carrier oil based formulas for washing and moisturizing. Wherever you fall on the creative spectrum, one thing you should absolutely consider including in your line is an eye cream. Here’s why:
In the private label skincare world, no matter what kind of product line you have, you’re going to want it to promote collagen production. And the thing is, it’s easy! Whether you want to load up all your creations with collagen promoting substances, or you’d rather have one choice addition, making sure that your private label skincare line increases the presence of this skin plumping protein is a sure fire way to put your line at the top of the game. Curious about what some of these collagen-promoting substances are? Here are a few of our favorites:
Private label skincare that balances the cutting edge of science with the unbeatable intelligence of nature is what innovative natural science is all about. Essential oils, botanical vitamin A, and plant peptides are some examples of this beautiful marriage. But there is another private label skincare ingredient that deserves to be in the limelight, and that’s our Silk Protein Amino Acid complex. Why, you may ask? Well, with the ability to neutralize free radicals, build collagen and elastin, and increase valuable moisture content within the skin, the real question is, why not?
There are some choice ingredients that bring a multidimensional healing element to private label skincare products, and Aloe Vera is definitely one of those ingredients. Aloe effectively delivers moisture, evens skin tone, tightens the skin, and delivers soothing and anti-aging vitamins and antioxidants deep into the skin. Adding Aloe Vera to your private label skincare products is a surefire way to enhance the dimension, healing, and product penetration of your private label.
Acne is one of the most bothersome skin ailments, and unfortunately is also one of the most common. When creating your private label skincare line, there are a few choice ingredients that are especially beneficial for those who suffer from acne. By including them into your private label skincare lineup, you effectively boost the efficacy of your line and make your formulas more applicable for a wider range of people because many of these acne-fighting ingredients are also beneficial for the skin in general. Consider these things as you move forward with your private label venture: