Common Heir's new 2% Ceramide Barrier Boost Serum ($88.00 for 60 capsules) delivers skin barrier repair to melanin-rich skin.
Developed by co-founders Angela Ubias and Cary Lin, the serum addresses the low ceramide levels melanin-rich skin experiences relative to those with lower melanin levels. Such low ceramide levels can lead to insufficient skin hydration.
The formulation supports all-day hydration and skin barrier restoration over time, while soothing sensitive skin.
Key ingredients include ceramide NP complex for moisture retention; green caviar/seaweed, featuring antioxidant-powered vitamins A and C and fatty acids to boost collagen and even skin tone; dune primrose to shield skin from free radicals; desert sand verbena to calm inflammation; agave Americana to exfoliate dull skin and plumping and reducing fine lines; and prickly pear flower to rejuvenate sensitive and inflamed skin while improving hyperpigmentation with vitamin K.
The seaweed-based capsules are 100% biodegradable and melt in water.
The launch is 100% recyclable and biodegradable, Leaping Bunny Certified, Vegan.org certified, Climate Neutral Certified, silicone-free and cruelty-free.