Posted February 18, 2019 05:29:30By now you’ve probably heard of the recent keratoconus outbreak that has infected some 5,500 people in the United States.
The flu season is here, and as you’ve likely heard, this is a great time to take advantage of some of the best deals on skin care and wellness products on the market right now.
But what does it mean for us as consumers, for the environment, and for the economy?
What are the implications for the future of this industry?
Let’s take a closer look at some of these issues.
What are the benefits?
The benefits of using gel pens and oils are obvious, but they don’t stop there.
Gel-based and gel-based oils have been proven to improve the overall skin tone and condition of people with acne, as well as to reduce wrinkles and acne scars, among other benefits.
It’s no surprise then that many of the gel-focused brands have made gel-like products as well, and many of them have made some pretty bold claims about the benefits they offer.
Here are some of their claims:Eucalyptic gel works by targeting the inflammation in your skin.
This is a pretty clear lie.
Eucalyspens is a gel that contains high levels of glycolic acid, which can also have anti-inflammatory properties, which are key to reducing acne scarring.
It also contains Vitamin E, which is also known to have antiinflammatory properties.
As well as helping reduce inflammation, gel-type oils also help to reduce sebum production, which, in turn, helps to prevent and control breakouts and scars.
But don’t expect these claims to be backed up by scientific research.
In a review of more than 700 clinical trials involving more than 10,000 people, the journal Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews concluded that: “The clinical evidence to date does not support the use of topical glycolates in the treatment of acne vulgaris.”
Gels are also not recommended for acne due to concerns about potential skin irritation and skin sensitivity.
A study published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research found that “gels containing glycolactone are not recommended in the management of inflammatory acne in the general population.”
So how does gel gel really work?
How does gel actually work?
First, let’s go back to the Eucalyspse Oil that we all love to hate for being so expensive.
If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a gel made of an ingredient called gingko biloba oil.
It has a long history of being used in the US for skin care, including acne, and is now one of the most popular products in the market, with over 15 million of them sold worldwide.
Its ingredients range from salicylic acid to cetyl alcohol, and its gel-forming properties are believed to be similar to the salicylamide in the ingredient itself.
That said, gel formulas can contain more than just salicylates and alcohol, with the gel making up an important part of the ingredient, which includes glycolacol, glycerin, ascorbic acid and carrageenan.
So, to be honest, it might be more accurate to say that the Eustee Gel is a more expensive version of the Eucerin Oil that you see in many Asian beauty products.
How does the Euca Oil compare to gel?
In the US, the Eauco oil is used in a gel form to help with acne treatment.
However, there are some differences between the gel version of Eucales oil and the gel versions of Euca oil.
First, the gel Eucale oil uses more salicyllysols than the gel.
Second, it contains more carrageens than the Euchale oil.
Finally, it has less glycolacylates than the Gelacol.
These differences make it difficult to tell whether a gel version is going to be good for your skin or not.
The Eucai oils are made from different types of oil and are generally better for your complexion, but it’s hard to tell if the Eufa oils are going to offer a better solution.
What does the cost mean?
We’ll be talking more about the impact that the cost of products like gel pens will have on the environment in the coming months.
As well as being expensive, these products are often not made in the same way that they are in the UK, meaning that there are often multiple companies competing for customers and making the same product.
For example, in the USA, gel pens can cost between $50 and $60 a pop.
Here in the EU,