Quercetin is a naturally occurring bioflavonoid found in fruits and vegetables such as kale, onion, tomatoes and berries. It is used in skincare for its antioxidant abilities, meaning it can neutralise free radicals before they cause any damage to the skin. Studies also show Quercetin to have anti-inflammatory effects, and an ability to protect the skin against aggressors such as UV, histamine and toxic chemicals. It is also believed to support the skin barrier functioning, reducing water-loss via the skin to improve hydration levels in the epidermis.
Quercetin is a flavonoid, a type of plant-derived compound, that is used in skincare products for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Quercetin offers benefits such as: - Provides antioxidant protection, helping to prevent premature aging and maintain skin health. - Reduces inflammation and calms irritated skin, making it beneficial for individuals with sensitive or reactive skin. - Supports collagen production, contributing to improved skin elasticity and firmness. - Helps brighten the skin and improve the appearance of uneven skin tone.
If any of the following apply Quercetin might be a good option for you:
Dry and dehydrated skin
Impaired skin barrier
If any of the following apply it might be best to avoid Quercetin:
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