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Vitamins are essential for the growth and development of an individual and for the normal function of various organ systems. They are equally important for the maintenance of a healthy skin. Vitamins that have a major impact on our skin include A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, D, E, F, K, and P.

Vitamin A

Dietary sources include eggs, leafy greens, milk, carrots, pumpkins, liver and fortified cereals. It is a precursor to retinoic acid, counteracts skin aging and improves the appearance of UV-damaged skin, accelerates mitosis, increases enzyme activity, and normalizes keratinisation, which improves and normalizes the cell renewal process. It helps reduce wrinkles and acne, fade brown spots, and soften rough skin.

Vitamin B1

Dietary sources include egg yolks, nuts, raisins and cereals. Also known as Thiamine, it is a water-soluble and sulfur containing vitamin, promotes collagen and elastin formation, helps in making skin soft and elastic.

Vitamin B2

Dietary sources include liver, almonds, wheat bran, fish etc. Also known as Riboflavin, it helps to keep skin healthy and prevents acne breakout.

Vitamin B3

Also known as Niacin/Niacinamide, or Nicotinamide it promotes skin hydration, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, and lightens skin by inhibiting transfer of melanosomes to surrounding keratinocytes.

Vitamin B5

Also known as Pantothenic acid, it has a strong anti-acne effect. It also promotes skin hydration and wound healing, and skin conditioning agent.

Vitamin B6

Also known as Pyridoxine, it helps maintain the skin in good condition and is used in treating skin problems including eczema, acne, dry skin, melanoma and psoriasis.

Vitamin C

The natural Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic Acid) is a powerful anti-oxidant and stimulates collagen production and elastin production with skin brightening properties. There are different derivatives of Vitamin C utilized to empower skin cell. With increased stability and reduced skin irritation effect have been synthesized such as Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Ascorbic Acid Polypeptide, Sodium Ascorbyl Palmitate, Ascorbyl Methyl Silanol, Ascorbyl Glucosamine, and Ester-C. Please refer to our vitaimin C collection as we have single shot Vitamin C L-ASCORBIC ACID AND Vitamin C triple infusion that contains 3 synergistic form in one for ultimate result.

Vitamin D

It is a fat-soluble vitamin and has two forms; vitamin D2 (Calciferol or Ergosterol) and D3 (Cholecalciferol). It helps protect skin from ultraviolet radiation and sun damage, and lowers the risk of skin cancer.

Vitamin E

Also known as alpha tocopherol, it is a powerful antioxidant. It is commonly used in lotions and creams for its moisturizing ability, repairs dry, rough skin, helps protect skin from ultraviolet radiation, lowers the risk of skin cancer, and help reduces wrinkles and fine lines.

Vitamin F

Vitamin F represents alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 EFA, and linoleic acid (LA), an omega-6 EFA. It has emollient, water-binding, and antioxidant properties for skin and hastens wound healing.

Vitamin K

A fat-soluble Vitamin, it helps diminish vascular conditions that emerge as skin imperfections such as dark circles under the eyes, redness from rosacea, and broken capillaries including spider veins.

Vitamin P

Also known as flavinoids or bioflavonoids, it is a class of substances that are used for many different purposes in plants and animals and are important for skin health. These are not produced in our body and therefore need to be supplemented through dietary sources. Flavinoids enhance the absorption of Vitamin C and act as anti-oxidants. Besides promoting capillary and circulatory health, flavonoids are thought to increase and regulate the concentration of glutathione.