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Combining powerful skincare ingredients can be an effective way to address a multitude of skin concerns. Active ingredients are the foundation of any good skincare routine, as they work to penetrate the skin's surface and promote cellular turnover. Some popular active ingredients include retinoids, vitamin C, AHAs and BHAs, and peptides.

When combined in the right proportions and formulations, these ingredients can work synergistically to deliver even greater benefits to the skin. Whether your goal is to target fine lines and wrinkles, acne, dark spots, or uneven texture, understanding the benefits of active ingredients and their combinations can help you achieve your best skin yet.

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Skincare Ingredients Combinations

Here are 8 powerful skincare ingredients combinations


On its own, Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant and can be unstable. It has many skin benefits such as diminishes scars, dark spots, brightening, even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It neutralises free radical damage caused by UV light and prevents the breakdown of collagen.

When pairing with Vitamin E, vitamin C becomes more stable and very effective to help protect the skin and keep it healthy.

Vitamin C + E + Ferulic acid together helps boosts other antioxidants, gives triple protective power to the skin.


Glycolic acid is an AHA, chemical exfoliant that derived from sugar cane, helps remove dead skin cells, reveals radiant, smoother and brighter skin beneath. This acid also stimulates collagen production that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as improve the elasticity of our skin.

When your skin look extra tired and dull, Glycolic acid exfoliates dead skin cells while Vitamin C clarifies the skin, revitalize the skin and refresh the complexion.


​Antioxidants pair really well with sunscreens to increase effectiveness sun protection, helps fight against visible aging and free radicals damage caused by harmful UV rays.


​​Retinol speeds up your skin’s cell renewal processes to diminish sun damage and pigmentation, reduces scarring and aged spots, refines skin texture and increase production of collagen. It could aggravate the skin and cause irritation if not use correctly.

When pairing with Hyaluronic Acid, could help minimize irritation while hydrating the skin at the same time without interfere with anti-aging benefit from Retinol.

Your skin will become sensitive to sunlight even when using at night so follow with sunscreen daily the next morning is a must.

#5 AHAs + BHAs

AHAs are water loving molecules, works on the skin’s surface and often derived from natural sources like sugar, fruit or milk. AHAs are great for treatment of skin concerns such as uneven skin tone, dullness, texture, dark spots, hyper pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles.

BHAs are oil loving molecules, can penetrates deep into the skin’s layers, pores and oil glands. This helps to unclog pores, dissolves dead skin cells, useful for blackheads and dries out excess oils and sebum.

They work well together for clarifying treatment of the skin.


Hyaluronic acid is a very popular humectant. This acid is naturally produced by our skin, can hold up to 1000 its weight in moisture, keeps our skin hydrates and strengthen our skin’s protective barrier. It provides extra supports for skin’s elastin and collagen production, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Great to pair with AHAs + BHAs to prevent dry out, lock in hydration after exfoliation.


Pairing squalane and ceramides will help strengthen the skin’s barrier and lock in hydration to preventing water loss from skin’s surface.


​Green tea and caffeine are great together to provide extra protection against free radicals' damage from harmful UV rays. Green tea has anti-inflammation properties that soothes and hydrates the skin while Caffeine reduces puffiness and has energizing properties.


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