All about Beautélanin
Beautélanin is a plant-based, high-performance skincare and multi-purpose self-care product formulated specifically for Melanin-Rich skin. Our formulas are a mixture of plant botanicals and biodegradable actives, forming a harmonious, chemical-free mixture of skincare products.
Our offerings are expertly formulated by certified skincare formulators with the collaborations of a group of estheticians and chemists for optimal performance.
All Beautelanin’s products are strategically formulated plant-based, nature-identical, and clinically proven actives free of parabens, sulfates, fillers, fragrance, and dyes. Our passion and focus are the research and development of functional, efficacious products that influence melanin-rich skin in the most positive and healthy manner.
To learn more about our skincare line, we highly encourage you to explore our FAQ where we delve deeper into our formulating processes, philosophies, and research.
Skincare doesn’t have to be complicated. Your skincare routine shouldn’t leave you feeling self-conscious, unattractive, or wanting either. Reserve 30 to 45 minutes of your day as part of your self-care and mental health care. Beautelanin’s products are not only effective, safe, but they are meant to promote confidence, self-love and positive body-image. A Product that is formulated with your specific needs in mind can make a big difference. Below, you’ll find answers to some of the most common questions people have about how to care for their skin.
Are BEAUTÉLANIN skincare products free of chemicals banned by the European Union and Asia?
Yes, they are! Our products are formulated in our own lab with only pure, fresh, natural, plant-based, botanical, quality-driven ingredients that deliver results! We use no dyes, artificial coloring, or artificial fragrances – essential oils and the scent of the plant extracts are the aroma of the product. All preservatives are essential oils, plant derived, or safe FDA approved ingredients.”
How to pick Beautélanin Skincare products?
The answer is actually simpler than you think. Beautélanin formulates many products to choose from, so it is super important that you are using the right products for your skin type, time of year, age, and location. Here are two options for picking the best Beautélanin Skincare products for your individual skin:
1. Send us request for free 15n minutes consultation.
2. Send us a DM on our social media pages.
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What are the best Beautélanin skincare products?
Beautélanin products are ALL good. Sorry, you may not want to have heard that…But it’s true. Beautélanin Skincare products are made in our own laboratory where we specially assembles the all-natural ingredients for each product and tests them.
What are the best Beautélanin Skincare products for pregnant Skin?
A common question we are asked is what are the best Beautélanin Skincare products for pregnant skin? First of all, always check with your doctor during pregnancy and ask them what you should and should not be using. We all know there are a few ingredients that are best to stay away from when you are pregnant! Thankfully Beautélanin Skincare products are all natural, so many of them are totally safe.
What causes acne?
Acne can be caused by excess sebum oil and clogged pores. Individuals with brown skin tend to produce more sebum, and have larger pores. Acne can also relate to your menstrual cycle as your body is undergoing hormonal changes. Try to avoid using too much of the following emollients that are known to clog pores: Coca butter, coconut butter, coconut oil, lanolin. Some fatty acids found in cosmetics may result in clogged pores. Some fatty acids are also known to clog pores: Lauric acid, wheat germ glyceride, and stearic acid
Acne is most common in young adults with increasing hormone levels, and about 80 percent of people will have at least one [acne] outbreak before age 30. It is less common in older adults, who tend to have steadier hormone levels. Since stress can affect hormones, it may also play a role in the development of acne, but so far, there is no definitive evidence that factors such as stress, diet, or light makeup have any links with acne. If you have acne, wash gently with a mild cleanser no more than twice a day; and avoid hard scrubbing, exfoliating, and touching the affected areas. Our Dual-Action gel cleanser is a perfect mild-cleanser with malic acid that can assist in control acne outbreak.
What are the most important parts of a skincare routine?
Since sun damage increases the risk of skin cancer (yes, even if you have Black or Brown skin) as well as skin problems ranging from wrinkles to dark spots, and UV induced hyperpigmentation, wearing sunscreen on a daily basis is essential. Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum sun protection factor (SPF) of 15. The best sunscreen is the one with SPF-30. If you have darker skin, and would prefer sunscreen to melt into your skin without looking like talcum powder found its way into the mix.
What should I do about dark spots?
UV exposure and hormonal changes are two causes of dark spots. Avoiding the sun and wearing sunscreen can prevent new dark spots from forming, while exfoliating regularly (however, excessive exfoliating can leave the skin dry. Try to avoid chemicals and use natural products with the following oils: Argan oil. Jojoba oil, Rosehip seed oil, lemon essential oil, carrot seed essential oil.
Certain dark spot correctors or moisturizers may also make a difference over time. Remember to choose the products that are formulated for your skin type, preferably moisturizers that are free of harsh ingredients such as retinol and hydroquinone.
How can I prevent excessive wrinkles on skin?
As your skin loses elasticity and collagen, it naturally begins to appear wrinkled and saggy. By caring for it and focusing on prevention, you can minimize these issues. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen every day, and consider using eye creams and other topical products that contain bakuchiol and antioxidants, which can help improve the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin. Beautelanin’s super-rich antioxidant facial oil is ideal for individuals worrying about excessive and premature wrinkles on the skin.
What’s the best way to handle sensitive skin?
Be gentle with it! Always wash sensitive skin gently, and never use harsh cleansers. Avoid products that contain irritating substances. Instead, seek out those that are specifically labeled for sensitive skin.
How do I know if a product is right for me?
Sometimes, there is no way to tell for sure unless you try it. Usually, however, you can make an educated guess by examining the product’s label and ingredient list. To increase the chance that products won’t irritate your skin, seek out those that are fragrance-free, contain little or no alcohol, and are labeled “suitable for sensitive skin”.
How can I fix an uneven skin tone?
An uneven skin tone is caused by an uneven distribution of pigment. Sun exposure and hormonal changes can also contribute to this issue. Certain serums, creams or moisturizers, especially those that contain vitamin C, can all help to even out your skin tone. It is also possible that your skin can develop an uneven tone due to a buildup of dead skin cells. If that is the issue, a simple way to even out your skin tone is to exfoliate once a day or every couple of days.
Do I really need to wear sunscreen every day?
In short, yes! If you care about your skin, wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 15 is the one thing you can do to protect it most. Sunscreen helps decrease the risk of skin cancer and other negative effects including wrinkles, fine lines, freckles, and sallowness.
How do I find out my skin type?
Typically, skin is classified in just a few categories, including normal, oily, dry, and sensitive. If you have combination skin, it means your skin is one type in one area and another type in another area (oily around your T-zone but normal everywhere else, for instance). Your skin type can change over time and can also be affected by factors such as hormones, medications, and diet. To get a good idea of what your skin type might be, wash it gently and leave it product-free for several hours before examining it closely to observe different areas.
You know your skin best. Paying attention to how it looks, feels and acts on a day-to-day basis, as well as how it reacts to different skin care products, is the best starting point to finding a routine that will leave you feeling healthy, rejuvenated and vibrant for many years to come.