Skin Penetration Enhancer Formulation Class

Skin Penetration Enhancer Formulation Class

Penetration enhancers (PEs) have been studied intensely and used for decades to deliver ingredients through the skin. PEs are used in the cosmetic industry to transport active ingredients into the skin.  

 

Make your own skin penetration enhancer and add to your formulations to enhance delivery of your active ingredients into the skin. This formulation class covers the function of penetration enhancers, how to make your own penetration enhancer with an all-natural penetration enhancer formulation developed by Joan Morais, how to incorporate active ingredients and how to use it in formulations to  improve delivery of actives into the skin and the scalp. 

 

This all-natural skin penetration enhancer uses gentle plant ingredients to increase hydration and softness of the skin with no skin irritation. Plus, the enhanced delivery of the skin actives and their skin function.




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Skin Type:

All Skin Types

Skin Concerns:

Dry, Dull, Rough, Sensitive, Wrinkled, Pigmentation

Formulation Type:

Mixture

 

Key Benefits:

  • Enhanced Delivery of Skin Actives
  • Nourishes + Protects Skin
  • Delivers Radiance to Skin
  • Moisturizes Skin
  • Delivers Suppleness to Skin

 

High Performance Ingredients:

  • Lecithin - Immediately softens skin, naturally rich in Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Propanediol - Delivers nutrients and soothes the skin, rich in fatty acids

 

Scent Description: 

No scent

 

Ingredient Transparency:

100% Natural, plant-based, cruelty-free, vegan

 

How To Use

Suggested Usage: Add hydrophilic (water-based) or lipophilic (oil-based) or both active ingredients into penetration enhancer. Add to formulations for skin and scalp.

 

Skin Penetration Enhancer Formulation Class

This all-natural skin penetration enhancer uses gentle plant ingredients to increase hydration and softness of the skin with no skin irritation. Plus, the enhanced delivery of the skin actives and their skin function.