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Top 5 for the Face Cream Frenzy

Industry by Rosemary Tambini on April 24, 2018

Top 5 for the Face Cream Frenzy

As you may know, by 2024, the global skin care market is expected to reach $180 billion! Are you looking to join the trend and take your cosmetics line to the next level? So are we! Makers Nutrition can work its magic to make your face cream soar on the market!

Here are some of the most popular ingredients to keep in mind while creating your face cream product:


Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce swelling and redness in the face. Its fatty acid and Vitamin K contents may also help the body heal faster when the skin barrier becomes compromised. Shea butter has emollient properties, which means its rich tree nut oils can easily soak into the skin, creating a smooth and soft barrier, locking in moisture. High levels of oleic, stearic, and linoleic acids aid in combatting oxidative stress which occurs as a result of exposure to environmental toxins (healthline).


An antioxidant powerhouse, cocoa butter is a multi-faceted ingredient that helps fight off free-radical damage to the skin. Free radicals create dark patches and dull skin—and no one wants that! Many people claim that cocoa butter also “keeps stretch marks at bay during and after pregnancy” (liveabout). Like shea butter, high in fatty acids and containing palmitic, oleic, and stearic acids, cocoa butter is sure to nourish skin to a healthy glow (liveabout).


Vitamin C antioxidants stimulate collagen production, helping to strengthen and moisturize deeper layers of the skin. Rose hip oil’s concentration of Vitamin A has the ability to improve moisture levels and reduce wrinkles, making this ingredient a great anti-aging agent. Vitamin A and fatty acids in rose hip oil also help improve texture and skin tone. The sun’s UV rays can damage skin and cause discoloration or wrinkles, but rose hip oil can protect the skin against these negative effects (livestrong).


Coconut oil is thought of as a miracle ingredient… and for good reason! It keeps skin soft with its fatty acids, while retaining moisture and eliminating moisture loss through the pores of the skin. Vitamin E in coconut oil promotes healthy skin and prevents wrinkling. Contributing to cellular health and tissue repair, the proteins in coconut oil keep skin rejuvenated and fresh (organicfacts).


Argan oil is often referred to as “liquid gold” because of its rich nutrient content. It helps fight against dry, flaky skin that sometimes leads to irritation. Argan oil soothes the skin and promotes healing, which is why it is used to help eliminate acne. Acne is typically caused by oily skin, and argan oil is non-greasy! That makes it a perfect ingredient for a face cream that keeps skin clean and clear. Some people even use argan oil when they’ve been burned or have cracked, damaged skin because its inflammatory properties can work wonders (arganoilworld).

Too many impressive ingredients to choose from? You can always go with Makers Nutrition’s stock formula:

All of these benefits combined help keep face skin moisturized and looking young! Perhaps you want to help prevent your customers’ acne or help rejuvenate skin to a healthy glow. Whatever you choose, Makers Nutrition is here to manufacture your product in a GMP facility with high-powered, next-generation equipment. Your success is our priority, so stop wasting time and call us today at 1-844-625-3771 or request a skincare manufacturing quote.


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