Rinju knows that managing body skin can be tricky and it’s not always easy to keep your skin feeling and looking its best. But there’s no need to give up. Our products with shea butter and various other natural ingredients give you the best skincare benefits… Now let us look at the Rinju Ingredients:
Water, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Mineral Oil, Fragrance, Cetearyl Alcohol & Ceteareth 20, Decyloleate, Stearic Acid, Lanolin Oil, Sesame Oil, Wheat Germ oil, EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, SUN FLOWER OIL, Shea butter, Cocoa Butter Cetyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Stearamidopropyl, Cetearyl Dimonium Tosylate, Vitamin E, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Carmel Color
Stearic acid is a saturated, long-chain fatty acid that’s found naturally in various animal and plant fats. Stearic acid is an emollient, meaning it works by softening and smoothing the skin. t’s an important component of the skin barrier, the outermost layer of the skin responsible for keeping natural moisture locked in and irritants locked out. As it strengthens the skin barrier, stearic acid protects against water loss and even helps decrease the signs of aging. It is a good choice for those with sensitive or irritated skin. It helps oil-water and dirt bind together and be removed from the surface of the skin more easily.
Lanolin is an oil produced by sheep and can be found in their shorn wool. This beneficial oil keeps their wool coats waterproof and deodorized. Despite its oily nature and power to keep skin hydrated from the outside in, it won’t clog pores: It’s soothing for dry, chapped skin and also protects against cold, harsh weather conditions. : Lanolin is fantastic at keeping moisture trapped within the skin. Its emollient nature makes it a key ingredient in many face creams, as it amps up the moisturizing properties of other ingredients. Since lanolin does retain so much moisture, it may plump the skin and fill in fine lines and wrinkles, which makes it successful when formulating anti-aging products.
Sesame oil is derived from the seeds of the flowering sesame plant, also known as Sesamum indicum. These plants are native to East Africa and India, but they’re currently grown in many countries around the world.
Sesame oil has the following properties, which help to make it a beneficial oil for your skin:
- Antioxidant. This means it has the ability to fight damage by free radicals, or unstable molecules that can harm the cellular structure of your skin.
- Antimicrobial. This means it can kill harmful microorganisms or stop their growth.
- Anti-inflammatory. This means it can reduce inflammation and swelling.
Wheat Germ oil
Rich source of Vitamin A, E, antioxidants, and fatty acids, it is used to moisturize the skin, supports collagen formation, and helps in removing scars. Wheat germ oil is a natural oil that helps in cleansing the face efficiently. It helps seal moisture back and also gets rid of excess sebum, which could lead to other skin problems like acne, pimples, etc. It does not clog pores as it is non-comedogenic.
Shea Butter comes from the kernels of shea trees, which are native to sub-Saharan Africa. Traditionally, parts of the shea tree were famous for their anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, relieving health issues like ulcers, nasal congestion, and, unsurprisingly, skin problems. Shea butter still mostly comes from this region, but these days, it’s most valued for its proven skincare abilities.
Here are five of the biggest shea butter benefits for your skin:
1. It boosts skin moisture
2. Its anti-inflammatory properties soothe skin problems
3. It could heal cuts and scrapes
4. It helps fight breakouts
5. Antioxidants may mean anti-aging properties
Olive oil is derived from pressing the oil out of whole olive fruit. It’s rich in monounsaturated fatty acids—healthy fats that pose a variety of health and cosmetic benefits—and also contains skin-loving antioxidants. Olive oil’s main benefit is to moisturize the skin by reducing water loss. Olive oil’s antioxidant properties protect skin cells against environmental damage and inflammation. Olive oil is rich in vitamins A, D, K, and E, as well as squalene that can aid with decreasing oxidative stress on the skin.