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Together Vitamins A, B, C and E offer multi-level protection not only from free radicals but also contribute to healthy cells at the dermal and epidermal level.

Vitamin A Improves skin elasticity, moisture content and suppleness while reversing the signs of photo-aging. Skin deficient in this nutrient appears rough, unevenly-thickened and dry. Vitamin A Palmitate Known as “retinyl” palmitate. Reduces skin dryness and flaking, and aids healthy cell reproduction. Applied topically, it activates the epidermis and helps the skin cells of the stratum corneum bind together.

Vitamin B5 (Panthenol) Often called the “beautifying” vitamin, Panthenol stimulates skin healing while providing deep moisturization.

Vitamin C The most popular antioxidant, Vitamin C is a required component in the production of collagen, the tissue responsible for skin suppleness. Moreover, Vitamin C has been shown to help slow the production of hyperpigmentation (“age spots”) while providing some UV protection.

Vitamin E Vitamin E plays a crucial role in protecting skin cells and membranes from environmental damage. It also provides deep moisturization and calms inflammation.Vitamin E Linoleate/Acetate Known as “tocopherol” linoleate or acetate.
Penetrates the stratum corneum and maintains moisture levels of the skin
for long periods of time (16 to 24 hours). Accumulates in the epidermis
and forms a barrier against moisture evaporation from the skin.
An anti-oxidant, Vitamin E helps prevent free radical damage in the skin tissues.

Phytonadione (Vitamin K) – calms down redness caused by rosacea and broken capillaries.




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