- Vitamin A
Powerful anti-aging substance, increasing the skin turnover rate and collagen, resulting in a more youthful looking appearance. Epithelial cells appear to require Vitamin A for proper functioning. Lack of vitamin A leads to dysfunction of many epithelia – the skin becomes keratinized and scaly, and mucus secretion is suppressed. Used to treat acne and keratosis pilaris.
- Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamid / Niacin)
Regulates the moisturizing process of the skin, regenerates the nervous and cellular system.
- Vitamin B5 (Pantenol)
Necessary for the cellular metabolism. Calms and heals damaged skin, nourishes and strengthens nails, stimulates pigmentation of the epidermis (recommended when the skin is exposed to the sun). Nourishes and moisturizes the skin leaving it soft and elastic (important after exfoliating or laser treatments), hair or scalp.
- Vitamin E
Prevents the damaging of cells caused by ultraviolet rays, is a strong antioxidant and prevents the formation of the free radicals. Impedes early aging of the hair and prevents dandruff.
- Vitamin F
Nourishes the skin, is a vital component of cell membranes, nervous fibers, cerebral cells and for the normal functioning of the reproductive organs. Aids against eczema (reddening and desquamation of a part of the skin), pimples, acne, dandruff and dry hair.