Why Your Skincare Products Are Losing Effectiveness
Have you ever bought a skincare product, used it for a while, and then noticed that its effect has started to diminish? Frustrating, right? The truth is that skincare packaging matters, and it can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of the product.
You might have seen the small logo on the side of your skincare product named PAO or Period After Opening. This refers to the amount of time a product will remain stable and safe for human use after it has first been opened. But what many of us fail to realize is that there is a big difference between a product being safe for use and being effective.
A study showed that 60% of the most sold products didn’t even have the amount of active ingredients written on them, to begin with. And with standard packaging, the loss of effect after just 8 weeks can be 50% or more due to exposure to air and bacteria.
But there is hope. Special packaging can shield the product from contact with air and bacteria, keeping it clean, fresh, and with maximum effect. Small batch production also ensures that the time from production to your hands is minimal, and the sizes of the products are made to be used within 8 weeks, securing maximum effect.
Think of it like this: skincare products are like plants. They need the right environment to grow and thrive. Without proper packaging, they can wither away and lose their effectiveness. And just as you wouldn't want to eat a rotten apple, you wouldn't want to apply a skincare product that has lost its potency.
So the next time you're shopping for skincare products, consider the packaging. Look for products that use unique packaging and are produced in small batches. Your skin will thank you for it.