Day 17 of #ulta21daysofbeauty
1.) Skyn Iceland Brightening Eye Serum: This holds promise for offering modest improvement in the appearance of fine lines. It contains low concentrations of alpha hydroxy acids, which function as humectants. Along the same vein, this has some other humectants, like peptides and centella. Eye products with numerous ingredients, no matter how cool they sound, carry a risk of causing eyelid dermatitis
2.) Serovital hGH dietary supplement: This is an amino acid supplement that claims to boost growth hormone (hGH). While levels of hGH normally decline with age, there is no evidence to support the use of hGH in healthy adults. Also, hGH treatment carries risks like carpal tunnel syndrome and gynecomastia, to name a few. hGH can only be administered by injection. There is some thought that perhaps hGH levels in the body can be increased by amino acid supplements (arginine, methionine, phenylalanine, lysine, and histidine) like this one. However, studies are conflicting, with most showing no effect on hGH levels with supplementation.
3.) Lipstick Queen Medievel collection: the risks with these are going to be chelitis (aka dermatitis of the lips) and acne cosmetica around the mouth due to the red dyes and coconut oil. That is par for the course with pretty much any lipstick though and these otherwise seem okay. No added fragrance or flavorants.
4.) Cover FX perfect setting powder: Mineral-based cosmetics containing powdered formulas of silica can be used to absorb oil, camouflage redness, and prevent irritation. Ethyl linoleate is an unsaturated fatty acid used in many cosmetics. It has various beneficial attributes as it is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. This product also is free of added fragrance or dyes. So low risk with potential for skin benefit.
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