You know how you take vitamins for gut health or maybe to help you sleep better. We;; vitamins as you have probably started to realise can be used in many different ways. Your skin ( thats your largest organ by the way) benefits greatly from Vitamins A B & C being topically applied.
We call them, The Regulator, The Multi-tasker and The Fortifier, Heres how this trio helps turn back the clock, reduce pigmentation and skin irritations including acne. Thats right this trio does it all.
Vitamin A (The regulator)
- Helps reverse photo ageing
- Reduced inflammation
- Regulates epidermal turnover
- Stimulates and preserves collagen
- Improves skin texture
- Regulates oil production to help improve acne
- Restores dermal thickness
Vitamin B (The multitasker)
- Improves natural hydration levels
- Strengthens the outer skin layer
- Decreases inflammation and skin irritation
- Increases collagen to reduce appearance of lines and wrinkles
- Increases skin immunity
- Addresses pigmentation by reducing pigment transfer to epidermal cells
- Enhances blood flow in skin which promotes healthy vessels for transferring skin nutrients to rid of toxins.
Vitamin C (The fortifier)
- Vital for collagen production
- Helps to brighten skin and reduce pigmentation
- Powerful antioxidants protect cells from free radicals and UV damage
- Anti inflammatory and aids tissue repair
- Helps improve and smooth out fine lines
- Revives dull skin for optimal radiance
So for amazing skin no matter your concern you know you can trust your trio. The best way to use them is your Vitamin C in the morning, like you would have a glass or orange juice in the morning.
Your Vitamin B can go on day or night or both. So think B for Both. Work that into your routine however it suits you. And then your Vitamin A goes on at night time, think A for After dark. You should apply a Sun factor every day on top of your vitamins and a more treatment focused night cream.
If you have any questions about what to use, how to use it or need some general advice please shoot krissi an email at firstname.lastname@example.org