You have probably heard this name on many occasions, and after sunscreens, antioxidants are a MUST in our Skincare routine, do you know why? Exactly, because they neutralize the effect of free radicals.

Free radicals, in easy-to-digest words, are ''incomplete'' molecules that look for others to be able to complement themselves, therefore, they are extremely reactive. The source of free radicals that interact with our skin comes mainly from air pollution, cigarette smoke or even from our own body when consuming certain types of food such as margarine or trans fatty acids such as fats from meat and milk, which after the metabolic process, seek to come into contact with the cells of our skin, which causes a chain reaction that destroys our cells.

Products with an antioxidant effect are thus carriers of molecules that react with these free radicals, protecting our skin cells, which helps prevent the consequences of oxidative stress such as premature wrinkles, loss of elastin, decreased moisture , increased pigmentation or reduced moisture barrier, among others.

Probably after reading this, you will want to introduce antioxidants in your skin care routine. If you are looking to protect yourself, any antioxidant will do the job, however at OrglizLab we wanted to make you aware of some of the ingredients that play an important part in our formulations and that will undoubtedly help you successfully combat these effects:


We know you know it as a moisturizing agent, what you don't know is that recent research has shown a highly effective antioxidant effect that eliminates free radicals and helps us keep our skin healthy. In turn, it helps reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles, while retaining moisture. Often, when our skin is properly protected and hydrated, the production of good cells in our skin is favored, which translates into softer, smoother and younger looking skin.


Polyphenols are a group of organic compounds found in plants and fruits and are one of nature's most powerful antioxidants. Among the most common are resveratrol, cocoa butter, green tea, black tea, etc. They are also attributed anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, which make them an ideal option for easily irritated skin.


The famous protagonist of the cosmetic market of 2020! It turns out to be one of the main forms of Vitamin B3. In addition to its antioxidant properties, Niacianamide effectively controls acne, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation and wrinkle problems, with excellent anti-inflammatory properties, especially for people prone to blemishes and blackheads.



Also known as Tocopherol, it is the favorite antioxidant for dry skin! Well known for its wound-healing abilities, you make it a great choice for those who suffer from sensitivity and irritation.


The last will be the first! And it is that vitamin C is one of the most famous antioxidants on the market, which combined with other antioxidants such as vitamin E or ferulic acid, is capable of correcting common complexion problems, skin tone, rough textures and acne scars. .

TIP! Combining Vitamin C with your SPF +30 will ensure total protection of your skin.


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