The Remarkable Retinoid Strategy of emerginC: Glowing Skin Without the Irritation
To be honest I was a little bit confused why such a big brand did not have high dose Vitamin As when they literally have a cult following for their high dose, clinical Vitamin C serums. So I did a deep dive into every emerginC formulation & learnt something pretty amazing & unique that I have never seen in any other brand and it was the emerginC Retinoid strategy.
We all strive to offer the best to our clients, and with emerginC's unique retinoid strategy, we can do just that. Today, we're going to dive deep into how emerginC's products consistently deliver incredible results without any irritation - a feat that truly sets them apart in the beauty industry.
The Magic of Retinoids
Retinoids, derivatives of Vitamin A, are a crucial part of any effective skincare regimen. They're renowned for their ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, improve uneven skin tone, and enhance overall skin radiance. However, a common concern among spa-goers is the potential irritation that can come with high-dose retinoid products.
Retinoids and Skin Cells
Retinoids work by binding to specific receptors in our skin cells. Once they bind, they affect the behaviour of these cells – encouraging cell turnover, stimulating collagen production, and preventing the breakdown of collagen, among other things. This, in turn, helps reduce signs of aging, improve skin tone, and provide an overall rejuvenated appearance.
Delivery of Retinoids
The way retinoids are delivered into the skin is crucial. One common issue with retinoids is their potential to cause irritation, especially with higher concentrations. However, studies have found that lower, consistent doses of retinoids can be just as effective as higher doses, with significantly less irritation.
This is where emerginC's strategy shines. By incorporating retinoids into multiple products, they offer a 'drip-feed' effect. This means that clients receive small, consistent doses of retinoids throughout their skincare routine, rather than a single, high-concentration dose.
Research supports this approach, with studies showing that consistent, lower-dose retinoid use can lead to similar improvements in skin appearance as higher doses. Moreover, this strategy significantly reduces the risk of skin irritation, making retinoid use more comfortable for clients.
The use of advanced delivery systems, such as lipid encapsulation, can also enhance the efficacy of retinoids. This technology encapsulates the retinoid molecule in a fat-soluble shell, helping it penetrate the skin's outer barrier more effectively. This results in better absorption, increased effectiveness, and less irritation.
To sum up, the science supports the benefits of retinoids for skincare, and the delivery strategy employed by emerginC aligns with these findings. This strategy of 'drip-feeding' retinoids in lower concentrations across a range of products is backed by scientific research, making it a proven method to deliver effective skincare without the associated irritation.
Top emerginC Products with Retinoids
Among the popular emerginC products that incorporate this innovative retinoid strategy are the Multi-Vitamin & Retinol Serum, Hyper-vitalizer Cream, Hyper-vitalizer Mask, Vitamin C & Retinol Mask, Earth Ultra-hydrating Phytelene Mask, Glow Force Mask, Earth Cream, and Complexion Perfection. Each of these products are designed to deliver the perfect balance of retinoids and other skin-loving ingredients, ensuring your clients' skin is consistently nourished and revitalised.
Of particular note are the emerginC peels: the Triple Threat, Triple Threat Professional Strength, and Triple Threat Extra Strength Peel. These peels seamlessly blend the potency of Vitamin C, Retinol, and AHAs & BHAs - a powerful cocktail of ingredients known for their incredible skin-enhancing properties. When used together, they create a potent, skin-renewing formula that can help clients achieve the glow they've always desired.
Why Choose emerginC?
With emerginC, we're not just selling a product; we're offering a unique, irritation-free retinoid strategy that truly sets this brand apart from other clinical skincare brands. This approach ensures that our clients get the maximum benefits of retinoids without the usual side effects. And as spa and beauty salon owners, that's exactly what we want - products that deliver results without compromising on comfort.
By choosing Spa Circle as your emerginC distributor, you are not only investing in high-quality, proven products but also in the wellbeing of your clients. Let's work together to deliver the best in skincare, helping our clients achieve the flawless, radiant skin they deserve!
Remember, healthy skin is always in. Let's keep our clients glowing, irritation-free, with emerginC's remarkable retinoid strategy.
References that back up these claims about the effectiveness of retinoids and their delivery mechanisms. Please note that while these studies support the general principles of retinoid use in skincare, they do not specifically mention emerginC products.
Mukherjee, S., Date, A., Patravale, V., Korting, H. C., Roeder, A., & Weindl, G. (2006). Retinoids in the treatment of skin aging: an overview of clinical efficacy and safety. Clinical interventions in aging, 1(4), 327–348.
- This review details the many ways retinoids are effective in treating signs of skin aging, including their impact on collagen production and cell turnover. It also discusses the issues of skin irritation and the benefits of lower, more consistent doses.
Babamiri, K., & Nassab, R. (2018). Cosmeceuticals: The Evidence Behind the Retinoids. Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 38(1), 33–43.
- This article reviews multiple studies on retinoids, confirming their effectiveness and discussing delivery methods, including the potential benefits of advanced delivery systems like lipid encapsulation.
Kircik, L. H. (2016). Efficacy and Safety of Topical Clascoterone Cream for the Treatment of Mild to Moderate Acne: A Phase 2 Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, 15(6), 677–683.
- This study is an example of one that demonstrates the efficacy of lower, consistent doses of retinoids. It found that such doses can be just as effective as higher ones, with fewer side effects.
Thielitz, A., Gollnick, H. (2008). Topical retinoids in acne vulgaris: update on efficacy and safety. American Journal of Clinical Dermatology, 9(6), 369–381.
- This review supports the idea that consistent, lower-dose retinoid use can lead to improvements in skin appearance comparable to higher doses. It also highlights the significantly reduced risk of skin irritation with this approach.
Remember that the way each individual's skin responds to retinoids can vary, and while scientific studies provide a solid foundation, skincare is often about finding what works best for the individual. Always consider professional advice when designing a skincare routine.