Works as an antioxidant on the skin, it will disperse free radicals that can cause tissue and cellular damage. When using, fine lines and wrinkles are gradually smoothed, moisture and elasticity will improve and sun damage is diminished. It will increase cell turnover and increase collagen to give a more youthful appearance.
Vitamin A plays an important role in RNA synthesis which produces new and healthy cells. The epidermis is very sensitive to vitamin A deficiencies since the basal layer continually generates new cells that become the protective barrier. As a result of these deficiencies the cells will prematurely die, harden and block the oil sacs/pores. Retinal will exfoliate and unclog these pores. Vitamin A has also shown beneficial effects in controlling acne, psoriasis and helping to reverse the visible signs of ageing.
First of all, because of its antioxidant activity, vitamin E is vital in protecting skin cells from ultra violet light, pollution, drugs, and other elements that produce cell damaging free radicals. Vitamin E also contributes to a healthy circulatory system and aids in effective blood clotting and improves wound healing.
Vitamin B will increase your metabolism, maintain healthy skin, enhance your immune system and promote cell growth.
Is not a vitamin in the true sense of the word. More commonly known by the name of Bioflavonoids, it comprises a number of different ingredients, which include hesperin, hesperidin, eriodictyol, quercetin, quercertrin, rutin etc. It cannot be produced internally in the body and has to be supplemented by diet. As it is a water-soluble companion of ascorbic acid, vitamin P keeps the blood vessels healthy and aids the absorption of vitamin C.
Is required for the synthesis of collagen, and is an important structural component of blood vessels, tendons, ligaments and bones.
In addition, Vitamin C is required in the production of carnitine, which is a small molecule that is essential for the transportation of fat to cellular organisms called the Mitochondria, for conversion to energy.
It is vital to the dermal construction, stimulating collagen and gene regulation. Vitamin C is also necessary to form Lysyl Hydroxylase, which is an enzyme necessary to cross link one collagen molecule to another, providing tissue strength.
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