5 reasons to use caviar on your skin
At first you might think caviar is something you only enjoy eating, however you may be surprised to learn that it isn’t only fit for a ballgown and champagne night out, but has many skin benefits. In an industry with constantly changing trends and ‘go-tos’ caviar stands out as an ingredient that has been used for many decades in particular for collagen production.
Here are 5 reasons to use caviar on your skin...
1. It Boosts Collagen Production
Sold! Caviar contains zinc which supports the foundation of our skin, that being fibroblasts which create elastin and collagen. From the age of 30 we naturally produce less collagen, which is why we may need a few more ingredients in our skincare regime to help boost our levels. Using a product with caviar as a collagen booster might help the appearance and texture of your skin.
2. It's Hydrating
The effects of winter can wreak havoc on our skin, causing it to become dry and dehydrated due to reduced humidity. Vice versa in the warmer months our skin can become dry as a result of too much sea-salt for those beach lovers. Caviar, however has a high water content, roughly 70%, and can add extra nou
rishment to deprived skin, a benefit your skin can soak up all year around.
3. Instant Pamper Feeling
Nothing says self-care like a caviar face mask! Along with a combination of wild Siberian botanicals, the Natura Siberica serum hydrates and stimulates skin cell renewal which may leave your skin feeling pretty and plump.
This may be the perfect date to make for yourself on a quiet night in, or better yet, apply a layer before a night out and help you feel extra!
4. Strive for Shine
Caviar is derived from the eggs of a fish and contains a healthy dose of omegas 3 and omega 6, both are essential fatty acids, meaning we don’t produce them naturally. In particular, omega-3 is anti-inflammatory and therefore may be suitable for skin types that are prone to redness or irritation. Both the omegas are effective in moisturising the skin and may leave you with a glow. Omegas also promote healthy production of good cholesterol which is also a building block to healthy skin.
5. It's Rich in B12
Just one serve of caviar can meet your daily requirement of B12, therefore benefits to the skin may be similar. One of vitamin B12’s main actions is to regulate pigmentation by metabolising protein and therefore regenerating skin cells. The effects of caviar may be more noticeable if you do have a problem with pigmentation.