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Wednesday, November 30, 2016


What is Zinc Oxide
Zinc oxide derives its name from zincite the mineral from which it is produced when it is combined with oxygen molecules. It is widely used and has numerous applications because it is not water soluble, and can therefore be used in a variety of creams and make-ups. when carefully formulated with other ingredients for healthy skin, zinc oxide can soothe skin and protect it from irritants.

Helping to lower skin inflammation associated with rashes, allergies or irritation (including diaper rash)
🌺Providing broad-spectrum sun protection that prevents burns (including on photo-sensitive skin)
🌺Providing protection from skin cancer/neoplasias (basal cell carcinoma)
Improving wound healing and preventing bacterial infections
🌺Aiding in recovery of burns and damaged tissue
🌺Helping to treat acne breakouts
🌺Keeping moisture locked into dry skin
🌺Reducing dandruff
🌺Lowering inflammatory dermatoses (including rosacea)
🌺Treating pigmentary disorders (melasma)
🌺Preventing aging of the skin Improving synthesis of collagen and forming of new connective tissue

In Najlaa Baby Skincare we used zinc oxide mineral as one of the key ingredient in Herbal Cream and Serum. both products are recommended to help manage and treat skin condition such as eczema, rashes, acne, sunburn and many more 

Side Effects
Zinc oxide is believed to be non-allergenic and non-comedogenic (it doesn’t clog pores) and is generally safe to use. However, the compound can cause allergic reactions such as swelling, itching or tingling in some patients. People with sensitive skin or those who have any allergic tendencies should check with their doctor first before using anything that has zinc oxide.

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