Using Ecooking day cream: why, when and how? - The Solihull Observer

Using Ecooking day cream: why, when and how?

Solihull Editorial 7th Apr, 2020 Updated: 9th Apr, 2020   0

Day creams as products need to function well as moisturizers for the skin, last under makeup and sometimes contain SPF. Facial skin is thin, sensitive and exposed to the elements every day. Negative external factors such as pollution, UV rays and temperature fluctuations impact its appearance and aging process. Thus, day creams have a different formula compared to night creams and are specifically designed for, well, the daytime.

Knowing one’s skin type and its features are helpful in choosing the most appropriate cream. A Danish company, Ecooking, has developed a 100% vegan and dermatologically tested day cream. Ecooking states that it is for everyone – regardless of age, gender or skin type. Furthermore, all products have recyclable packaging, with fill made of corn.

When examining the components of Ecooking’s day cream, one finds chemicals such as Hyadisine. Hyadisine is an exopolysaccharide that has the capacity to retain water with greater anti-wrinkle efficacy than the alternative of Hyaluronic Acid. Trylagina, also spotted on the label, is a skin nourishing serum that allows this day cream to leave your skin with a refreshed glow. Ecooking day cream is applied on the face, neck and décolleté every morning.

The outer layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, should be functioning properly to protect against irritants and inflammation. Besides the biological aspects, appearances matter in society, fortunately not only in terms of vanity. Clear, smooth skin is a classic sign of good health, similar to having a fit body otherwise. The way someone looks expresses a lot about how they are treating themselves. It does not take much time or effort to apply a day cream in the morning, but when the skin looks vibrant, one appears kept-together.

To summarise, people use day cream for upkeep every day and apply it onto exposed areas.

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