Vitamins

Modern cosmetics not only beautify, but also strengthen the skin and slow down its aging processes. In order to keep healthy look of the skin, hair and nails, one needs vitamins which take part in all basic body processes, allowing to its proper functioning.

What is interesting is their biological and physiological effects.

In cosmetics the use of both fat soluble (E,A,F) and water soluble vitamins (C, B5) is common. In most cases vitamins show multi-directional effects. They can be used as the following:

  • moistening agents,
  • regulators of kertinization processes,
  • emulsifiers,
  • UV films,
  • antioxidants,
  • substances inhibiting the creation of harmful compounds in the skin,
  • preservatives (vitamin E).


Stable form of vitamin C

Stable form of vitamin C
Stable form of vitamin C

Ascorbyl palmitate - Stable form of vitamin C. Multiple positive effects of vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) make it an increasingly popular additive to creams and skin care agents. It influences proper distribution of pigment in your skin, takes part in collagen synthesis which makes skin elastic and smooth. It is also important to notice that during increased consumption of products containing vitamin C, the amount of vitamin C accumulated in the skin is limited. Therefore, the main way of supplementing lack of vitamin C in your skin is local application.

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Price: £0.75

VITAMIN B5 (D-PANTHENOL) - 75%

VITAMIN  B5 (D-PANTHENOL) - 75%
VITAMIN B5 (D-PANTHENOL) - 75%

D-Panthenol is a different name for provitamin B5 which, after being absorbed by the skin, transforms into vitamin B5. It is indispensable in the functioning of our skin and is deficiency results in excessive exfoliation of the epidermis, cornification and depigmentation.  

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