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Vital Vitamins in Your Skincare Routine

Most people talk about skincare referring to the term moisturizer. Most people still talk about skincare in terms of moisturizers and serums, when they should really have an understanding that these are just the delivery mechanisms to deliver essential nutrients to the skin. We believe if your skin is healthy, the barrier function will be intact and moisturizing is purely a temporary fix or plumping of the dead skin cells with no deeper benefit. The key is to nourish your skin. So make sure you Vitaminize and Anti-Oxidize! Our ‘moisturizers’ are serums rich in key vitamins feeding your skin every morning and night with essential nutrients to keep it healthy and strong!

Vital Vitamins. Everyone needs topical Vitamin C & anti-oxidants every morning and topical Vitamins A, C, E & anti-oxidants every evening. The most Vital Vitamins are: Vitamin A can be equated to being the conductor of an orchestra with the skin reflecting that perfect symphony when it has sufficient levels of Vitamin A. Vitamin A, in any of its various forms, is vital for the following functions:

  • Improving cellular renewal and the speed at which the skin cells turn over. This makes the surface of your skin glow.

  • Supporting skin immunity, so it fights off unwanted bugs and bacteria.

  • Managing the skin's production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid = Anti-aging

  • Controlling sebum production = Treats acne

  • Working as a hormone on the skin, normalizing it.

  • Helps reduce hyper pigmentation and brown spots.

Vitamin C is equally as important because without it, our collagen would be brittle and non-existent.


Vitamin C, in any of its various forms does the following:

Topical vitamins are vital to your skin care routine, as these vitamins address most skin issues: hyperpigmentation, oily skin, dry skin, wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin, eczema, rosacea, premature aging. Use Vitamin C in the morning and Vitamin A in the evening for an optimum daily routine.

  • It is a powerful anti-oxidant and helps fight the effect of pollution on the skin.

  • It is essential in the production of collagen.

  • It helps prevent and treat hyperpigmentation.

  • It boosts the natural SPF function in the skin.

  • It surrounds all the blood capillaries and prevents them from breaking.

Topical vitamins are vital to your skin care routine, as these vitamins address most skin issues: hyperpigmentation, oily skin, dry skin, wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin, eczema, rosacea, premature aging. Use Vitamin C in the morning and Vitamin A in the evening for an optimum daily routine.

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