Cosmetic product is intended for use on the outer parts of your body — like your skin, hair, or nails – the ones you can actually see. It is NOT for your collagen, cells, or your DNA — all those that are invisible to the naked eye.
Cosmetic product is not intended to build your collagen, but it may have the ability to reduce the signs of wrinkles or crow’s feet.
Cosmetic product is not intended to cure your acne. But it may hide your blemishes temporarily.
…so how do you know if a skincare or makeup product is a cosmetic product?
Read what the cosmetic product claims it can do. If it claims it would renew collagen, then that’s a big sign it’s not a cosmetic product. However, if it says it will reduce the signs of wrinkles, then that is a cosmetic product.
What does a cosmetic product mean to you? Let me know on the comments below!