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You may think, skincare has never been easier than it is today: Optimally developed products, a constantly growing range of active ingredients, innovative and customizable products, clean formulations, substances that penetrate better under the skin's epidermis and "pad" the skin from the inside, a growing range of dietary supplements in addition to skin care and much more.

And yet, skin problems and sometimes serious skin problems do not simply disappear. Skincare is an ongoing, ever-changing and evolving process that needs to combine outer with inner care.

Visiting the Aseiko Blog regularly will help you to get easy-to-follow tips & tricks such as the free recipes from our nutritional advisor Nidhi, created to solve different skin problems. These are easy to prepare and were created to help you change your diet so you can reach and support your natural skin glow from within.

Also, we will share interesting details and facts collected during our work with different companies from around the world. Educating you on the latest products and developments in skincare, but also debunking some skincare myths and plain marketing claims you shouldn't fall for, is one of the key topics we’ll share here and across all of our social media channels as well as via the Aseiko's In-App Messenger.


YOUTHFUL SKIN requires antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins A, C and E. Drinking plenty of fresh spring water, wearing a good sunscreen and avoiding gluten, dairy and sugar is highly recommended.

SKIN ISSUES such as dermatitis, eczema etc. require an anti-inflammatory diet with plenty of fresh organic vegetables, fruits and essential fatty acids.

ALLERGIC SKIN conditions require careful monitoring to establish the allergens. A detoxing diet is recommended as well as avoiding dairy, gluten and sugar.

ALL SKIN TYPES require elements of ‘soul satisfaction’, as feeling emotionally happy has an effect on the beauty and vitality of the skin. Avoid processed food and choose good quality, fresh organic nutrients and your body and skin will thank you for it! 


alkalising, contains mineral salts, enzymes vitamin A and B, folic acid, anti-aging


adaptogen, all-purpose pathogen fighter, alkalising


rich in essential antioxidants, plant compounds and dietary fiber


antioxidant, vitamins A, D, E, and K, hydrating

olive oil

Vitamin C, antioxidant, helps to prevent free radical damage and premature aging


rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin C


prevents skin damage, vitamins C, E, K, and B-6, riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, potassium, lutein, beta-carotene, and omega-3 fatty acids



omega-3 fatty acids, anti-inflammatory, boost vitamin B-levels of skin improving wrinkles and fine lines


vitamins A and C, potassium, iron, antioxidant

red peppers


anti-inflammatory, vitamin D, overall skin radiance

rich in copper and vitamin C essential for healthy and supple skin, maintains the levels of collagen and elastin necessary for youthful skin


vitamin C, rich in fiber, folate, vitamin B6, calcium and other essential nutrients


antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antiseptic properties, allows skin to receive more nutrients


Vitamin C, antioxidant, helps to prevent free radical damage and premature aging


anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial

bay leaf

antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, 3 & 6 fatty acids, protein source

sunflower, pumpkin & 

hemp seed 



vitamins B and E, zinc, amino acids, and fatty acids


low in calories and sugar and high in calcium, vitamin E and vitamin D

almond milk

flavonoids, magnesium, antioxidants, calcium, zinc, copper and selenium

raw organic chocolate

electrolytes, low glycemic index, minerals, nitrogen

coconut blossom sugar



Ingredients determine the quality and effect of each product and decide on success or failure. In the complexity of topics such as clean, natural, organic and ethically sourced ingredients with sustainability and less water wastage as imperatives, finding and using the right skincare to treat and solve specific skin concerns is vital. 
However, nobody wants to waste time learning chemistry and formulations. For a better and faster understanding, it is enough to know some skin care basics in order to avoid mistakes. For a deeper dive or more quickly taken decisions, the technology helps.

Get here an overview of the most common types of ingredients used in skincare formulations. Download and consult Aseiko @TheSkinCareApp if looking to buy a new product.

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water & skin care

Shared by Yana: tips for glowy & healthy skin.

Stay tuned for more.

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