Serum with high concentration of natural Vitamin C extract, from a unique blend of orange called “Blonde de Callabre” containing all the nutritious components of the fruit such as Vit. A1, B1, B2, H, PP and amino-acids.
Stimulates the skin by strengthening its resistance and protecting the cellular membranes.
Helps skin to regenerate and repair small wounds.
Ideal after acne treatment.
According to your skin condition you can use, before your:
AHA Balancing Cream, or
Oil Free moisturizer or
(Ask your doctor).
High Concentration Vitamin C Serum of 89% due to a complex & nanotechnology
Based on a unique blend of orange
Containing Vitamins A1, B1, B2, H, PP
Rich in amino-acids
Protects the cellular membranes
Helps skin to regenerate
Repairs small wounds
Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, serves several functions in the human body. Some of these functions help the body maintain healthy skin. Because the body does not store Vitamin C in its tissues, you need to consume it on a regular basis.
Vitamin C helps the body produce collagen, a structural protein that helps form bone, tendons and ligaments.
Vitamin E Regeneration
Blood Vessel Structure
Vitamin A1 is the only known element that keeps skin healthy and combats ageing. It has been proven that sufficient vitamin A1:
Promotes skin’s natural moisturizing factor and gives it a radiant glow.
Strengthens skin’s outer layer to keep it firm.
Stimulates the production of natural protein to keep skin looking healthy.
Supports skin’s immune system and helps prevent breakouts.
Assist in reducing the development of potential skin cancers, giving you greater peace of mind.
Ageing skin is a direct result of sun-induced vitamin A1 deficiency. Correct the deficiency and you’ll have more radiant skin.
Vitamin B1, also called thiamine or thiamin, is one of 8 B vitamins. All B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which the body uses to produce energy. These B vitamins, often referred to as B-complex vitamins, also help the body metabolize fats and protein. B-complex vitamins are needed for a healthy liver, skin, hair, and eyes. They also help the nervous system function properly and are needed for good brain function.
All B vitamins are water soluble, meaning that the body does not store them.
Vitamin B2 / Riboflavin
Vitamin B2, also called Riboflavin, is an important vitamin that also acts as an antioxidant within the body. Vitamin B2 is responsible for maintaining healthy blood cells, helping to boost energy levels, facilitating in a healthy metabolism, preventing free radical damage, contributing to growth, protecting skin and eye health, and even more.
Because it’s a water soluble vitamin like all B vitamins, Vitamin B2 must be obtained through a healthy diet and replenished often, ideally every day, in order to avoid a riboflavin deficiency.
Today, vitamins and supplements are a multi-billion dollar industry, but few people have even heard of Vitamin H. The “H” in Vitamin H comes from the German words "Haar und Haut" which mean "hair and skin." Long known for its benefits to hair and skin, it is no surprise that it has been referred to as the “beauty vitamin." Otherwise known as Biotin, Vitamin B7 or Coenzyme R, Vitamin H is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin whose benefits go more than skin deep. Since it is relatively rare to be deficient in this vitamin, scientists discovered the importance of Biotin rather by accident.
Like other B vitamins, niacin helps the body break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy. In addition, it plays a role in gland and liver function. “Niacin has a role in producing certain hormones in the adrenal glands and helps remove harmful chemicals from the liver”.
There are 2 important enzymes (NADH and NADPH) that contribute to the production of cellular energy and lipids (responsible for cell growth). With a sufficient supply of both enzymes, your skin creates an effective barrier to external factors that influence the aging process. However, the levels of both NADH and NADPH decline as we grow older. When applied topically, vitamin B3 seems to reduce their rate of decline.