5 Top Components of a Working Body Cream

by Yosef Pasha on December 27, 2020

The body needs the same amount of care as your face or hair. We use cleansing products but rarely think of moisturizing it properly. In the meantime, moisturizing with the help of creams helps to retain youthful, smooth, and shining skin. Choosing body creams is not an easy task, so here is our pick of top-5 components that make a working body cream.


There are several common moisturizers that keep the skin smooth. They deeply hydrate your skin and can ever attract water from the air. Some of the most popular components are propylene glycol, hyaluronic acid, or alpha-hydroxy acids.

Natural extract

Although the modern skincare industry has created plenty of artificial ingredients that benefit the skin, natural extracts are always top. For example, extract from Vitex agnus-castus actively stimulates hormone production which leads to an increase in skin elasticity.


If you are choosing a cream for daily use, it should have SPF 15 or more. Sunscreen will protect the skin from sun rays and other free radicals which may lead to dry, dehydrated skin and wrinkles.

Anti-aging ingredient

Anti-aging ingredients like phytoestrogen stimulate the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the body, thus increasing the density of the skin. You can find phytoestrogen in Shor Happy Aging Body Cream which has natural extracts, moisturizers, and active components that increase skin elasticity.


Soothing and calming ingredients are essential to the body cream. Sensitive skin will especially benefit from creams with green tea, allantoin, bisabolol, panthenol, and other soothers.

Now, you know what components to search for when you choose an anti-age cream. Take time to research every ingredient which the cream has to make sure that there aren’t any allergens or ingredients that irritate the skin. Remember to choose creams with anti-aging and sunscreen components if you want to have youthful, energetic skin without wrinkles.


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