INGREDIENTS TO LOOK FOR
This easily absorbable form of vitamin B gets down to business at the cellular level to improve overall healthy skin appearance, supply ceramides and promote a more even skin tone.
Vitamin E helps neutralize free radicals and their cell damage, making it one of the most effective skin-protecting antioxidants against pollution.
One of the richest plant sources of antioxidants, it has a 5,000-year reputation for maintaining skin's youthful appearance.
Pore-refining white willow bark is best known for its soothing-meets-seriously-exfoliating benefits that help reduce excess oil and irritiation.
Common in apples and herbs, this skin-rejuvenating compound helps protect against photoaging by supporting natural collagen production and ceramides.
Not only is red algae an abundant source of nutrients and antioxidants that help protect skin and retain moisture, but it's also a gentle exfoliator that refines skin's texture.
BEST ANTI-POLLUTION SOLUTIONS
Rich in antioxidants + stimulates cell turnover
Dullness-fighting niacinamide + skin-protecting SPF
Make sure all that grime is *really* gone by using cleansers that gently pull impurities away without over scrubbing.
What pollution strips away — proteins, oils, moisture — you can give back for a stronger skin barrier.
Don’t skip exfoliation! Some pollution particles are smaller than your pores and doing more than surface damage.
ANTIOXIDANTS TO THE RESCUE
Take on pollution with vitamin E-rich repair treatments for lips, face and body that help neutralize free radicals and replenish lost moisture.
Of the many antioxidants out there, vitamin E is the one you want at the top of your A-list. By efficiently neutralizing free radicals, it helps minimize cell damage, making vitamin E one of the most effective protectors against pollution.