A new study shows that using cosmetics with the right ingredients can boost the quality of your products.
The study by researchers at the University of Melbourne looked at the use of beauty products in Australia from 2002 to 2015.
They found that cosmetics with an organic and/or natural ingredients were found to have higher levels of antioxidants, vitamin E, and B vitamins.
They also found that products that used synthetic or chemically modified ingredients were less effective at boosting the levels of these antioxidants.
“It really shows that there’s a lot of room for improvement,” Professor Paul D’Arcy said.
“We found that organic and natural ingredients had a greater impact on antioxidant levels than synthetic or synthetic-modified ingredients, and that they also had a better antioxidant activity.”
That suggests that synthetic or modified ingredients are a better bet, but also that natural and organic ingredients are better than synthetic and synthetic-modified.
“The study was published in the journal Chemistry & Biochemistry.
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