Vitamins in Skincare
Posted on February 10, 2022
Vitamins in SkincareIt’s nothing new that vitamins are good for you when taken orally, but they also have a whole slew of benefits when applied topically. Vitamins in skincare are incorporated into all types of products—cleansers, moisturizers, scrubs and especially serums. So, we’ve determined that vitamins are widely used and encouraged to use in all their forms. Let’s talk about what they actually do for our overall skin health when they’re incorporated into our beauty products.
Vitamin AVitamin A is a compound of Retinal, Retinol and Retinoic Acid—all important in the reproduction of our skin cells.
- Improves the appearance of skin
- Slows down signs of aging
- Increases cell turnover
- Contributes to overall skin health
Vitamin BVitamin B helps the body produce new and healthy skin cells that improve the overall appearance of your skin.
- Evens skin tone
- Reduces hyperpigmentation
- Lightens skin
- Improves texture
Vitamin CVitamin C shields our skin from environmental stressors—sun exposure, UV rays, free radical, air pollution—that otherwise would damage our skin.
- Aids collagen synthesis
- Reduces/prevents wrinkles
- Improved wound healing
- Limits damage from UV exposure
Vitamin EVitamin E is antioxidant-rich, acting as the first string of defense for our skin.
- Fights acne-causing bacteria
- Removes dark circles
- Supports wound healing
- Reduces scars
Vitamin KVitamin K helps protect the collagen in your body, heal wounds and reduce inflammation.
- Reduces dark circles
- Reduces wrinkles
- Helps heal wounds and bruises