Advantages Of Our Private Label Retinol Serum
💡 20+ experience in cosmetic industry, accept small MOQ demand
💡 Passed ISO9001, GMPC, ISO22716, BSCI, SEDEX, FDA
💡 A team of experienced engineers develops formulas to ensure that the products are suitable for your needs
💡 20000+ square meters 100,000-level GMPC production workshop, fast delivery capacity
💡 Skin care products full-category packaging supply chain supporting
💡 Professional pre-sales and after-sales teams meet your needs and respond quickly
Skin Care Private Label Process
SKIN CARE PRIVATE LABEL PROCESS
Private Label Retinol Serum Ingredients Solution
Retinol 1% Oligopeptide-1 1% Facial Serum
– Promotes cell renewal
– Boosts Collagen Production and reduces wrinkles
– Minimizes and repair the damage caused by aging
Retinol 2% Sodium Hyaluronate 0.1% Facial Essence
– Fights fine lines
– Improves moisture levels in the skin
– Improves skin’s appearance of elasticity & firmness
Why Choose Ariel Cosmetic
Ariel Cosmetics firmly believes in complying with standards. We have ISO9001, GMPC, ISO22716 certifications, and industry-recognized quality, efficiency, safety, and risk management standards. We are equipped with experienced QC professionals to ensure strict inspection and 100% compliance with your requirements and specifications.
In order to respond to the rapid changes in the market, our production line adopts fully automatic equipment, stocks raw materials in advance, and is equipped with skilled workers. We ensure that even the most urgent deadlines can be fully met, whether mass production or small-scale production. Mass production.
Variety Of Formulas
We have accumulated more than 10 years in the cosmetics industry. The 10,000+ mature formula system developed through US/EU regulations covers almost all categories of skin care products and formula systems for skin problems, functional formula systems, etc.
Choice Of Packaging Materials
10 kinds of different packaging materials to choose to differentiate your brand and provide a very competitive MOQ to improve your brand’s products and to reduce your costs.
The philosophy of Ariel Cosmetic is to help customers create their brands. As small and medium-sized enterprises, the high MOQ means that their inventory and cash flow are bound to have significant risks. Our low MOQ is also a great advantage.
Ariel Cosmetic will provide you with free samples, free designs, free photos, as well as temporary storage and logistics services. At the same time, we can also assist you in registering the product certification and other materials required by your target market.
Frequently asked questions
Serum is a skincare product you can apply to your skin after cleansing but before moisturizing with the intent of delivering powerful ingredients directly into the skin. Serum is particularly suited to this task because it is made up of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeply into the skin and deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. This makes them a great tool for targeting specific skincare concerns, like wrinkles. Most often, serums are clear, gel-based or liquid, and they tend to be less thick than a moisturizer. They’re typically applied before moisturizers to help lock in moisture.
Yes and no. Serums can be chock-full of moisturizing ingredients (hyaluronic acid, ceramides) to help skin retain moisture. But, that doesn't make them moisturizers in the traditional sense. Face lotions and creams are richer and create a barrier on top of the skin to keep all that good stuff in.
Traditional serums are water-based. Though, as the face oil trend grows (and there are more and more oils on the market), more oils are marketed as 'serums.' You can consider as the water-based serums and the oil-based serums. Water-based serums go under the cream and they are so important. They nourish the inner layer of the skin because the molecule is very small so it penetrates. The oil-based serums go on top of the moisturizer because they have a bigger molecule. They're supposed to keep the cream and whatever you put underneath moist during the entire day.
Essentially. Based on where they come in the routine (after cleansing, before moisturizing) and what function they serve (targeted skincare needs besides simple hydration) serums and essences are very similar. If anything, they differ in texture; Serums are gooier and more concentrated, while essences are watered-down with a more fluid texture.
Certain potent ingredients often found in serum can become unstable once they come in contact with air. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), for instace, can oxidize and lose efficacy over time. But thanks to science, modified versions of the ingredient (that are water-soluble, etc.) last longer so they can do your skin more good. Best rule of thumb is to store your vial in a cool, dry place (obviously) and use it up within six months to a year.
Everyone's skin is different, but on average, you should give it about seven weeks to see how your skin responds to a new serum routine. Depending on the serum and the current state of your skin, you might even see initial results — like slightly more hydrated skin — in just a few days, according to Kraffert. Generally, you should use a serum all over your face and neck twice daily, once in the morning and then again in the evening, before applying your moisturizer if you want to get the most bang for your buck, according to Lamb.
In general, face serums fall into the following categories:
- anti-aging serums
- skin-brightening serums
- hydrating serums
- free-radical fighting serums
- acne-prone and sensitive skin serums
- reparative/texture improvement serums
The MOQ of cleanser is mainly based on the packaging type, that is the packaging materials MOQ. Normally need 1000 to 5000pcs for serum bottles, and about 500pcs for customized sticker bottles package. We can make at 300pcs if use our stock formulation.
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