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Ingredient Breakdown: Eggs

By now, most skincare fanatics know that miracle, fix-it-all ingredients don’t really exist. In fact, science shows that a beauty routine that incorporates several high-powered ingredients is the best way to combat signs of aging, skin damage, and all those other fun things we deal with on a daily basis. But, how do you know which ingredients are worth the hype? We’re making it easy! In this series, we’ll give you the must-know info on both trending and mainstay ingredients. Today we’re spotlighting a kitchen staple—eggs.

Eggs are like mini powerhouses. Each one packs a punch with a combination of nourishing vitamins and minerals. This potent product is notoriously difficult to package and distribute but (no surprise here) innovative Korean brands have recently been able to bottle up eggs into products you can use daily to fight wrinkles, promote brightness, and minimize the appearance of pores.

The Ingredient: Eggs

Also known as: your favorite breakfast food

Quick take: tightens pores, battles puffiness, nourishes skin with fatty acids and vitamins

Claims to fame: You already know that eggs are packed with body-loving protein and vitamins and those benefits translate easily to your skin. Eggs contain copper, manganese, choline, and vitamins B6, A, and E, all of which promote collagen production, nourish skin, and help to minimize pores and de-puff. Egg whites are also highly effective cleansers.

Where to find it:

1. Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Soap Facial Cleanser, $20, at Sephora


2. Too Cool For School Egg Cream Sheet Mask, $6 at Sephora

3. PHYTO Secret de Nuit Hydrating Regenerating Night Treatment, $40, at Sephora


Which egg-based products do you love? Have you ever tried egg products in your skincare routine? Tell us in the comments below! Head to the Influenster website for more! Follow my blog for more amazing posts at least 2 day!

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