Because everyone wants to feel good about what they put on their skin and in their body, we made it easy to look up each ingredient in every Apriori Beauty product with our online Ingredient Dictionary. Click to find a specific ingredient and to see which products it is in, as well as look-up each product to see its list of ingredients. This dictionary includes the definition of each ingredient and its source, along with any synonyms or relating source studies. If you’re like most ingredient-conscious consumers, it’s a tool you’ll want to bookmark and revisit often

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Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Fruit Extract - read more

Extract from the cranberry fruit, Vaccinium macrocarpon, is incredibly rich in phytochemicals with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties. Cranberries are considered highly valuable as an anti-aging food because they contain both large concentrations and a wide variety of different antioxidant compounds. These compounds are thought to contribute to the anti-carcinogenic properties of cranberry extract. In addition cranberries are widely used to protect urinary tract health by helping prevent bacterial infections.

Vanillyl Butyl Ether - read more

Vanillyl Butyl Ether is a skin conditioning ingredient that may also cause a warming sensation in the skin by promoting blood circulation.

Vibration Therapy - read more

Micro massage therapy functions to both relax facial muscles and activate your skin cells’ natural healing properties to promote skin recovery. Elasticity increases, rendering the skin more youthful and luminous. Micro massage vibrations also function to push the NutrientReservoir into the deepest layer of the skin where it can help repair and protect the life of every skin cell.

Viscosity - read more

Viscosity is the measure of a fluid’s internal resistance to movement (i.e. how easily a liquid flows). A thin liquid such as water has a low viscosity, while a thick fluid such as honey has a high viscosity. In personal care products, the viscosity of a formula is both important for overall texture and feel, as well as for determining how ingredient are delivered into the skin.

Vitamin A - read more

Retinol is a form of vitamin A and a highly effective anti-aging ingredient. When applied topically, retinol is known to improve the health and appearance of aging skin by stimulating hyaluronic acid and collagen production. It is also beneficial as an antioxidant ingredient.

Vitamin C Palmitate - read more

Ascorbyl Palmitate is a fat-soluable form of vitamin C, formed from the combination of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and palmitic acid. In skin care compositions, it acts as an antioxidant ingredient, protecting the skin from oxidative stress and premature aging.

Vitamin E - read more

Tocopherol, also known as vitamin E, is a fat soluable vitamin that is highly effective as an anti-aging ingredient due to its super antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. In several studies tocopherol has been shown to protect skin from sun damage by reducing the formation of free radicals and preventing UV induced oxidative stress. Tocopherol also helps strengthen skin barrier function by acting as a skin conditioning agent and preventing transdermal water loss.

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