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Bisabolol

$8.99
Skin Concern:
Redness & Irritation
Skin Type:
All skin types
Size:
1.2ml

Bisabolol increases skin hydration, improves overall skin tone and greatly reduces redness and irritation. Bisabolol is well absorbed and also facilitates the absorption of other ingredients. When applied to skin that has been damaged by laser treatment, bisabolol increased skin hydration, surface lipids, skin elasticity and decreased trans-epidermal water loss.

Buy Bisabolol as a DIY ingredient to add to a base skincare cream or serum. Or try one of our finished products to get the advantage of bisabolol in a ready-made formula, like DMAE Firming Serum, Skin Soothing Serum or Ultimate De-Puff Eye Serum.

Bisabolol increases skin hydration, improves overall skin tone and greatly reduces redness and irritation. Bisabolol is well absorbed and also facilitates the absorption of other ingredients. When applied to skin that has been damaged by laser treatment, bisabolol increased skin hydration, surface lipids, skin elasticity and decreased trans-epidermal water loss. Buy Bisabolol as a DIY ingredient to add to a base skincare cream or serum. Or try one of our finished products to get the advantage of bisabolol in a ready-made formula, like DMAE Firming SerumSkin Soothing Serum or Ultimate De-Puff Eye Serum.

How to use it

Add 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or oil-based formula.

Quick Tips

Store in a cool, dark location.

Research

Madhavan, Bindu Nair (1999) Final report on the safety assessment of bisabolol. International Journal of Toxicology, 18(Suppl. 3):33-40.

Stanzl, Klaus; Vollhardt, Jurgen. (2001) The case of alpha-bisabolol. Editor(s): Barel, Andre O.; Paye, Marc; Maibach, Howard I. Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology, pp.277-284.

Jakovlev, V.; Isaac, O.; Thiemer, K.; Kunde, R. (1979) Pharmacological investigations on the components of chamomile. II. New investigation on the antiinflammatory effects of (-)-alpha-bisbolol and bisabolol oxides. Planta Medica, 35:125-40.

Yakovlev, V.; Von Schlichtegroll, A. (1969) Antiinflammatory activity of (-)- - bisabolol , an essential component of chamomile oil. Arzneimittel-Forschung (1969), 19(4), 615-16.

DISCLAIMERS
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.

Claims on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.