The snow mushroom is also known as the tremella mushroom and the silver ear mushroom. But called by any other name, this mushroom has been used throughout Asia for centuries as a wonderful tonic for healthy skin. Studies have shown that snow mushrooms are full of proteins, a variety of salts and vitamins containing 18 amino acids, as well as carbohydrates, crude fiber, and fats. Knowing the correct way to use snow mushrooms can significantly and naturally beautify your complexion. Read on to find out more.
The snow mushroom has also been found to inhibit melanin formation with a ratio of nearly 60%. That means it has a much better effect on skin lightening and brightening compared to other chemicals such as Vitamin C, Kojic Acid, or Arbutin. Another study found that snow mushroom extracts can stimulate cell growth to help speed the healing of wounds. It was made into a paste and applied to burns and, in every case, the mushroom helped to drastically reduce redness and skin damage.
Natural Anti-Aging Ingredients
With many consumers looking for more natural ingredients in their skin care products, snow mushrooms are often used to hydrate and lighten dark spots, giving their skin a younger look. Mushrooms are used in cosmetics because of their ability to protect the skin, retain moisture, and effect the skin’s flexibility. In addition, these mushrooms are anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory. They prevent the degeneration of micro-vessels and help to maintain blood flow.
Many topical night creams, face lotions, and serums use snow mushrooms for their anti-aging properties due to their potent antioxidants and deep moisturizing abilities. The mushroom extract naturally brightens the skin, eliminates age spots, and helps to create a more even skin tone overall.
Even More Benefits of Snow Mushrooms
Snow mushroom-based products generate a natural film on the skin that moisturizes and restores dry skin to its optimally mobile and hydrated state. This gives the skin a smoother and more elastic appearance. The film protects the skin and does not fade over time. This leads to better texture, more efficient anti-oxidation, and deeper moisturizing of the complexion.
Compared to the recently popular hyaluronic acid, snow mushrooms can hold more water and the particles are smaller to more easily penetrate the deeper layers of skin. When the mushroom lotion was applied topically on the skin for four weeks, the skin’s texture was greatly improved.
Snow mushrooms are also very high in Vitamin D and when applied to acne lesions and bumps, it shows impressive healing abilities. Helping those with troubled skin is another great use for the mushroom extract.
In addition, snow mushrooms are a clear winner when it comes to skin care in bad weather. Cold winter weather dryness, and summer sunburns from too much time outdoors, can be healed with better hydration from snow mushroom extract. It will moisturize and plump your skin to make it look younger and healthier. Are you thinking of creating your own beauty line? Interested in using all-natural products? Contact Architectural Beauty and get started today!