Now is the time to enhance the appearance of your skin with St.Botanica Skin Repair Bakuchiol that will help target skin conditions like reducing blemishes and pigmentations. The formulation will also help strengthen the outer layer of your skin, giving out a radiant glow to shine on.
Boost the collagen production of your skin and look all radiant and glowy with St.Botanica Bakuchiol. This skin restoration oil will help even out your skin tone while improving blood circulation on your skin. Bakuchiol is derived from the babchi plant and can be used to prevent several skin conditions like blemishes and pigmentations. Bakuchiol is useful for many aspects of skincare and can help strengthen the outer layer of your skin, enhancing its ability to retain moisture. It increases your skin’s firmness, enabling it to maintain its elasticity in the long run. The formulation includes Marula Oil, a widely used ingredient in skincare products. It will effectively help improve the overall appearance of your skin and maintain its integrity. St.Botanica products do not contain any harmful chemicals and are safe for regular use.
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Who Should Use?
Bakuchiol is suitable for all skin types. Normal or Dry skin people will reap maximum benefits from the Oil. Patch Testing is recommended for sensitive skin people.
When To Use?
The Oil is safe to be used at any time of the day. Since it is a plant based safe ingredient, you can even use it twice a day. Make sure to apply Sunscreen in the morning.
How It Works?
The soothing properties of the Oil help calm and comfort the skin. It is often known as an alternative to Retinol and can help fight signs of aging. The Oil has properties that can protect the integrity of your skin while making it more firm, soft and supple.
No Known Negative Interactions!
Bakuchiol is a natural and safe alternative to Retinol. No studies, by far, have reflected any negative effects of using the Oil. Advocates of Bakuchiol suggest that it is safe for topical application even during pregnancy or breastfeeding. But we would recommend patch testing before incorporating a new product into your regimen. If still in doubt, consult your dermatologist.