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I’m so excited to share with you guys the three main ingredients that are required in every skin care regimen no matter what type of skin it is. Obviously I’m taking about Vitamin A, B and C. All of these three vitamins are not only important but are vital for the skin’s functioning and maintenance.
The only way topically to maintain a beautiful and youthful looking skin is to keep up the use of vitamin A, B, and C in your skin care regimen. Many products would have a mixture of different ingredients and I love it but the problem there is that there is a very low percentage of the vitamins in these products which does not help the skin at all.
Vitamins A has many other names such as retinol, retinoic acid, retinoid, tretinoin. What it does is it helps the healthy cell growth from the basal layer of the skin by boosting the exfoliation of the flat, dead cells by this you get fresher, plumper looking skin also it helps improve the texture of the skin, brightens up the skin and fight age spots and ageing signs such as fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin B is an important and sometimes neglected vitamin in the skin care regimen as it builds the strength, hydrates and calm the skin. With the past few years I have been taking Oral vitamin A which did help a lot with my acne but did make my skin photosensitive and sensitive to other cosmetics. Using the Vitamin B serum I felt instant strengthening of my skin, my skin isn’t as sensitive and it feels great.
Vitamin C is important part of skin care.It is filled with anti-oxidants that balance the skin’s free radicle damage. now not going too deep into scientific words free radicle damage is when atoms of the skin are un-stable as they lose there electrons to another atom and this leads them to steal an electron from another atom which leads into a domino effect. Practically this happens due to ageing, pollution, stress, hormones and all other things that depreciate the structure of the skin. Anti-oxidants such as vitamin C have extra electrons that they give to the unstable atoms which makes it very beneficial for the skin, making it look healthier, plumper. Vitamin C also helps with the production of collagen and helps reduce damage of harmful UV rays.
I love concentrated products of vitamins for my skin so I know what I’m putting on my skin rather than a pile of product with so many ingredients.
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