October 08, 2016
The Revelation of the most Dreaded Combinations of all times – Skincare Ingredients

“God is the most beautiful, and beauty is the expression of God. If you can't appreciate beauty in the world how can you understand God?”

― Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Hello Beauties! WOW, y’all ladies are so gorgeous! Well, today my write-up is for two kinds of women –

The one who is reading this blog to advance her understanding about her healthy skin and the other one who has put her foot down to take her first step towards revitalizing her skin and bring back her natural beauty.

First things first, I want you to pat your back for taking a decision to boost your skin’s health. In the present time the perception of beauty has changed a lot. There was a time when we lived in an age where fairness was regarded as an epitome of beauty but nowadays the trends are changing. We see so many women with all kinds of skin shades and types sweeping the world with their glow and enchanting look. So what is it that attracts everyone to these women? Well, I have ruled out the complexion here and no, I am not talking about the shape or slimness of the face,

 “The secret lies in her clean and clear facial skin

Bingo! The most alluring women are the ones who take care of their skin – They drink lots of water to flush out the toxins in their body, fruits are always on their rack and are consistent with their methods and techniques to beautify their skin, this is how they gift themselves with a healthy looking face. But, you know most of the women who are conscious about their look tend to make a major mistake while choosing an approach and today in this article, I am going to help them rectify the error and touch up on the combination of beauty ingredients that can devastate your attempt boost your skincare regime.


They say too much of anything can be harmful and that applies on any and every element of this planet and the same logic applies to Retinol. The Vitamin A rich integrant is used to get rid of inflammation and is mainly used in eye creams. Now, I totally agree with the saying, ‘Eyes are the window to your inner-self’ which is why I recommend people not to go over the board with this solution. So, if you are using a lotion consisting of Retinol give using a serum or any other liquid a miss. You don’t want to harm your delicate eyes, do you?


These two need no introduction; Retinol and Vitamin C are two remarkable ingredients that help in fighting the many signs of anti-aging – Wrinkles, fine lines and dullness of skin. Both these ingredients promote the production of collagen which aids sagginess and thin lines that are formed on your face. These sources of beauty radiate and rejuvenate the skin giving it a healthy and hydrated look.

Retinol and Vitamin C are great elements individually but they do not work well when combined together. Nonetheless, there are creams and serums that are formulated with these portions. I know both these are essentials and value-added sources in any beauty regime. Try using these magical Retinol Serum on different days for better results.


Salicylic acid and glycolic and lactic acid popularly known as BHA and AHA are one of the most pronounced and powerful exfoliates in the skincare industry and Retinol like I mentioned is rich in Vitamin A are repellents. As independent elements these work at your advantage in repairing damaged cells and bringing back your radiance. However, the usage of these ingredients together or in combination can cause irritation and redness and can also make your skin easily vulnerable to the sun.

The best way include both of these in your routine is by using Retinol during the day and BHA or AHA at nights. You can mix, match and shift these as per your choice for best results.


Niacinamide is used as an essential in many beauty products especially in anti-aging creams and serums, skin whitening lotions and acne applicators. Being an element of citric acids, Vitamin C is repulsive towards Niacinamide. When these two are mixed in a portion it turns yellow and not the mention both lose their roots of being turning away the signs of aging. The combinations of these two also make the skin flush and turn it red because of the niacin it creates. The reactions of these work slowly and it is advisable to use them differently.

So, I’ve got this great news you can use these together – Okay, Okay I am not contradicting myself but if you’re tempted to use both the sources you can if you keep a venting point of 30 minutes. Now, if you don’t have time you need not worry you can include these in your day and night regime.


Vitamin C is rich in antioxidants and when you combine it with any other ingredient can cause sensitivity issues on the skin. A mixture of AHA and Vitamin C can shrink the usefulness of Vitamin C. The pH levels of Vitamin C are transformed when it is brought together in the same product with AHA which in turn lowers the effectiveness of the citric filled component.

You can either use AHA or Vitamin C but not both, and not together at all. So, choose the one that suits your skin and get back your glowing skin. ASDM Beverly Hill Vitamin C Serum is the all time favorite and endorsed by 100% customers.

Awesome, isn’t it? For me an attractive woman is the one who knows what she’s got and is well aware of what she is applying on her skin to enhance her beauty. I love it when ladies comment on my blogs and share their experience and I can’t wait to hear from you in the section below. Keep glowing!

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