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Benefits of Minerals in Skincare

August 03rd, 2017

There are upwards of 20 minerals and trace elements within the water that goes into each and every product within the Omorovicza range. These minerals have a number of beneficial effects on the skin including anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and rejuvenating properties. We highlight these benefits below:


Sulphide has an extremely soothing effect on the skin, helping to treat dry and peeling skin (e.g. in psoriasis and dermatitis). As a result it is perfect for sensitive skin. Sulphide also increases cellular renewal, facilitating the regeneration of dry and cracked skin. The mineral is especially important for body care as it tones up and firms the skin, reducing the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite.


One of the reasons why many people suffer from dry skin is due to a deficiency in potassium. Potassium keeps the skin moisturised and hydrated internally and externally. In addition, potassium also increases the production of new skin cells; as a result it improves lacklustre and dull skin. Finally, it acts as a pH level balancer for the skin, helping to regulate sebum production, reducing blemishes and fading scars away.


Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body and as a result benefits include cell renewal, lipid barrier functions and antioxidant protection from DNA damage. Calcium in the epidermis increases the generation of skin cells to replace old ones. The mineral subsequently slows down the ageing process, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Magnesium has the capacity to detoxify the epidermis and cleanse the skin. It is very effective in treating areas that are prone to have allergic reactions. Additionally the mineral helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Magnesium also balances the skin, reducing the production of sebum and thus reducing pore size.


Manganese is a required co-factor for an exzyme called prolidase, which in turn is necessary to produce collagen as a structural component of the skin. The mineral is subsequently essential to youthful and stronger skin. In addition, manganese functions as an antioxidant in skin cells. It helps to protect the skin against oxygen-related damage and also against UV ray damage.


Zinc is found in all cells of our body and as a result our skin cells are particularly dependent on its powerful properties. This mineral keeps skin healthy and glowing from the inside. It works as an antioxidant by reducing the formation of damaging free radicals and increasing collagen production. It also helps heal and rejuvenate skin by increasing the production of new cells. Finally, it helps to clear clogged pores and regulates sebum production.


Copper plays an important role in maintaining healthy skin. It increases the production of collagen and elastin, which maintains skin’s strength, reducing fine lines and wrinkles for smoother, younger-looking skin. In addition, it helps to heal and hydrate the skin as copper ions stimulates its regeneration over time.


Selenium is an antioxidant mineral responsible for tissue elasticity. This essential mineral neutralizes free radicals and other skin-damaging compounds before they can lead to wrinkles. It also protects against UV-induced cell damage, skin inflammation and pigmentation. As a result skin stays healthy, smooth and radiant.

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