Skincare is an advancing field that constantly grows more diverse. New products flood the market claiming to be the “next big thing” – but how do we really know how beneficial a product can be for skin health? It comes down to science.
Using a product with ingredients that fight oily skin and hormonal changes due to low estrogen, or suppress inflammation would make that product valuable to the consumer. Proven ingredients like salicylic acid, AHAs, Retinol, and L-Ascorbic Acid, to name a few, have been transforming skincare products for the overall betterment of women’s health.
As we age, our skin loses elasticity. But, that doesn’t mean that you can’t turn back the clock and find that healthy glow of your youth with a few skincare products.
Let’s talk about the most common proven ingredients that we’ve heard a lot about like salicylic acid and Retinol (Vitamin A). Salicylic acid’s molecular structure allows it to remove dead skin and penetrate oily skin, giving you a clean slate with the power to fight against acne as well. While there’s nothing that can make you feel younger than pimples popping up on your skin, you still shouldn’t have to deal with them as you age.
On the opposite side of the spectrum are the fine lines and wrinkles that appear on your faces as you age. Depending on your genetic makeup, sun exposure, hormonal changes, etc., some studies show you can customize your skincare routine with Retinol to diminish wrinkles and bring back confidence and happiness in your forties and beyond.
In With the New – LSR-10 Complex’s Ability to Revolutionize Skincare with Science
Now, there’s a new skincare molecule, LSR-10, created by Jessica Herrin – founder of EVER Skincare – added to the mix of existing skincare products. The patented LSR10® has elements that have been shown to enhance the skin’s protective response to stress. The LSR10® complex is groundbreaking in that its three main components — ergothioneine, ectoin, and magnolia (hokoniol extract) – work together to specifically address our bodies’ reactions to stress of everyday life. These three ingredients in LSR10®, in combination with proven ingredients like salicylic acid, make EVER Skincare products so unique.
The two key components of LSR-10 are erothioneine and ectoin. The super antioxidant erothioneine works directly with skin cells in that they uptake this derivative to strengthen their existing antioxidant defense system. Ectoin is known to be a potential inflammation and stress fighter because it is shown to “protect human skin cells against cellular immune suppression due to UV-induced stress.” During stress, cells can stop making proteins, which are essential to fighting signs of aging and regaining elasticity.
EVER Skincare is produced with these amazing elements, which are not all that common. When put together, EVER is a botanically based skincare line with good-for-you ingredients supercharged with state-of-the-art science.
“Our powerful formulas are proven to transform your skin for a brighter, firmer, glowing complexion,” Keri Malarky says. “With backgrounds in pharma and medical device sales, the science behind the line was important to us,” Dana Hanna adds.
Both Keri and Dana were extremely impressed with EVER’s patent pending LSR10 and its active ingredients, and the restorative magnolia bark with safe bioactives that energize the bark’s natural antioxidants to combat the top ten visible signs of aging.
“The powerful product line coupled with a ground floor opportunity to build our own sales force was very exciting! We knew that an opportunity like this was one truly worth our time!”
After trying multiple skincare lines over the years, Dr. Vonda Wright realized that choosing different products from each line and using them simultaneously was making her skin a chemistry experiment. and that she needed to find one line that gave her easy access to scientifically-based skincare and yet did not mix a lot of chemicals on her face. She is proud to partner with Ever to bring clean and easy skin health to the women of Women’s Health Conversations.
For more information reach out to Dr. Vonda Wright at https://www.stelladot.com/ever?s=drvondawright.