Focus On Sorbic Acid

February 23, 2019 2 min read

Focus On Sorbic Acid

We are thrilled to help educate our customers once again about the ingredients in some skin care products. One of the ingredients that we would like to focus on is sorbic acid. Sorbic acid is being added to make-up and other skin care products. In fact, there are several skin care products at Swiss Botany that contain sorbic acid. We want to focus on sorbic acid, tell you what it is, and what it does. 

 Sorbic Acid in Skincare

Sorbic acid is known in the cosmetics world as a preservative. It can be made naturally and when it is, it comes from mountain ash berries. Sorbic acid can also be made synthetically. It generally comes in a crystalline powder and this is the way that companies put it into the other ingredients in their products. Sorbic acid is used in skin care products because it can help to kill organisms that can get into labs. It can also help these products from spoiling before their shelf life. All in all, sorbic acid is not hazardous at all to your skin and it is good to have it in products to keep out unwanted organisms. 

 Sorbic Acid and Swiss Botany

One of the most popular products that we make is the Retinol Moisturizer Night Cream. This product is great for aging skin. It helps to rejuvinate tired skin and removes fine lines and wrinkles. This cream contains vitamin A, which is an ingredient known for helping skin look young again. This cream is made for deep wrinkles on the face and neck. It also contains hyaluronic acid that helps to keep moisture locked into the skin. Vitamin C and E are also in this cream. They are known for helping to fight off the free radicals in the skin that cause the skin to age. By using this product every night, you can begin to see maximum results in as little as a month. 

Do you need more tips on how to make your skin look young again? Stay tuned for our blogsto read more!

 



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