6 Ingredients Your Lotion Must Have for Smooth and Glowing Skin
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6 Ingredients Your Lotion Must Have for Smooth and Glowing Skin

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Bodycare is also as important as your skincare regimen. Here’s a list of vital ingredients in your lotion to transform your skin from dull and dry to soft and supple

In a place with a humid weather profile, such as the Philippines and its neighboring Southeast Asian countries, dealing with dull and dry skin is a common concern. The moisture in the air, especially in the city, isn’t enough to keep your skin hydrated. Body lotions serve as a life raft to deliver that much-needed moisture your skin craves. However, not just any lotion will do. The timing of application and its raw components play a role in achieving plush and glowing skin.

An elephant in the room when it comes to lotions is their reputation for being thick and sticky, a factor that can put someone off to commit to a bodycare regimen. To counter the humidity and sun exposure we encounter daily, lightweight formulas can target your skin concerns such as uneven skin tone and dull and dry skin.

What should you look out for in lotions when you have dull and dry skin?

The answer lies in a formula that combines hydration, protection, and restoration. Dull and dry skin not only lacks moisture but may also have compromised barrier function. Look out for lotions that contain ingredients that attract moisture, lock it in, and repair your skin’s natural barriers.

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A glance at a lotion’s ingredient list will give you a clue if they’re the right fit. Is it rich in emollients, humectants, vitamins, or even a gentle exfoliant? Better absorption of moisturizing agents will also improve the overall appearance of your skin, a formulation that the Myra Classic Whitening Vitamin Lotion incorporated into their range to relieve your skin from free radicals.

The formula of Myra’s vitamin lotion range is packed with Beauty Vitamins®, such as Vitamins E, C, B3, B5, and B6 to nourish your skin. It’s also developed with ActiLight® and UVA/UVB protection to even out skin tone and protect it from the effects of sun exposure. And with regular use, you can turn the tide and transform dull and dry skin even in humid conditions.

Here are the the six body lotion ingredients for soft and bright skin:


A form of Vitamin B3, the essential nutrient does wonders by improving the skin’s elasticity, enhancing its barrier function and reducing inflammation. It can also minimize pores and fine lines, offering a smooth and moisturized surface.

Vitamin E

An antioxidant-rich nutrient, Vitamin E protects the skin from damage that may be caused by your surroundings. Its moisturizing properties repair dryness, improve texture, and encourage healing and repair of flaky skin.

Vitamin C

The vitamin is celebrated for its brightening effects, Vitamin C actively diminishing dark spots and boosting collagen production for firmer skin. Its antioxidant properties protect against UV damage, while its hydrating benefits leave the complexion dewy and radiant.

Vitamin B5

Also known as Pantothenic Acid, the nutrient deeply hydrates and softens the skin by attracting and retaining moisture. It soothes and repairs the skin, reducing inflammation and imparting a radiant, soft complexion while improving elasticity for a youthful appearance.

UVA/UVB Protection

Incorporating UVA/UVB filters in lotion defends skin against sun damage, reducing risk of discoloration and photoaging. This added layer of protection helps maintain skin moisture and firmness for an even-toned complexion and preserving its natural luminosity.


Loaded with potent antioxidants and essential fatty acids, hydrates, revitalizes and brightens dull skin. Its light texture absorbs quickly, leaving the skin soft without a greasy residue, and helps to even out skin tone and texture.

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For more information, visit Myra Philippines’ official website.

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