Anti-aging brand shares its list of most effective ingredients

By Simon Pitman

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Related tags Anti-aging skin care Skin

Anti-aging cosmetics provider UltraPure, has shared a list of eight active ingredients which it says are the most effective at fighting visible signs of aging.

Stating that the most effective formulations include processes to stimulate, repair, transform, firm, contour, remodel and to protect, the list of ingredients was chosen to best reflect and provide solutions to meet these aims.

Likewise, these ingredients have also been included into the company’s new range of products, which it claims have helped serve in the development of effective and targeted treatments for visible signs of skin aging.

The move is a little unusual as it is quite rare for a company to discuss its formulation in the consumer arena in such depth, but likewise reflects the fact that consumers are becoming more aware about the complexities of formulation and the different functions of ingredients.

Below is UltraPure’s list of ingredients, which includes some of the most popular ingredients currently used in anti-aging formulations, some of which consumers in this category are probably already aware of, but many which they may never have heard of.


  • Sunscreen (UVA/UVB)
  • Vitamin C
  • Peptides
  • Camosine
  • Glutathione
  • Phospholipids
  • Antioxidants
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids


The ingredients have all been incorporated into the company’s new line of anti-aging products, which includes a Flawless Finish Foundation, RadianCe Triple C Serum and ReverseAge Rx rejuvenation serum.

Top of the list for the company’s formulation experts is the sunscreen, which, if warn on a daily basis, is said to ‘drastically mimimize the damage accumulated from sun exposure.

However, Vitamin C is also flagged up as being very important in the anti-aging skin care process, particularly because its stimulates collagen and elastin production in the skin, in turn protecting against DNA damage and lightening hyper-pigmentation.

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