The Beauty Lab

Inspirations, Immunocosmetics™ Wellness & Beauty Secrets

Is 2021 the year of Inflammaging?

Stress, loss of sleep, anxiety, fatigue cause Inflammaging. This an unavoidable phenomenon triggering signs of skin aging and irritation affects all skin types, in particular the most sensitive.

Once it starts, is it possible to prevent it or are we in trouble? Can Immunocosmetics offer some relief? Read all about it here!

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A Trend here to stay: Immunocosmetics

A Trend here to stay: Immunocosmetics

facebook twitter pinterest instagram Skin is our biggest organ covering all our body and it is our first line of defense against harsh environmental conditions, pollution and infectious agents. Our skin mirrors what’s going on with our inner health. What...

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What is Skin Microbiome?

What is Skin Microbiome?

Our skin serves as a barrier to protect us from the outside world. It is our first line of defense and is rich in microorg­anisms. It may sound scary but these microorganisms are the good guys that play a very important role in maintaining our health...

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Why does your skin love Panthenol?

Why does your skin love Panthenol?

Panthenol is another vitamin critical to a variety of functions. Panthenol is a Vitamin B5 derivative, and is used as a lubricant, moisturizer and emollient. It works wonders in anti-aging products, as we’ll discuss below. Some of the hallmarks of aging...

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The Clean Hub features AveSeena

The Clean Hub features AveSeena

If you are a fan of clean beauty, you should visit The Clean Hub. Founder Raquel is an expert and a strong supporter of healthier lifestyle and wellness including clean skincare and beauty products. We are honored that she reviewed AveSeena as one of the environmental...

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Can Vitamin E give you beautiful skin?

Can Vitamin E give you beautiful skin?

Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that is found in a number of anti-aging skin care products. It is an excellent ingredient for nourishing and protecting skin. It works in a variety of ways to combat the signs of aging and has earned its nickname ‘the protector’....

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