Vitamins

We all want to stay young forever and preserve our skin as that of a newborn baby, however it is not possible. As soon as we are born, oxidation of free radicals in all our connective tissues begins. We use carotene & Vitamins A, C and E to slow this process.
 
                       

Beta Carotene 5% OS

There are over 600 carotenoids. Beta Carotene is the most transformable to vitamin A in the category of cartenoids. Carotenoids protect the skin from free raidcals with their antioxidant features. Also, one of the natural pigments, Beta Carotene, helps the skin for tann...

Coenzyme Q-10

Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble vitamin-like substance present in every cell of the human body. It serves as a coenzyme vital to production of energy within cells. It is also a very powerful antioxidant or free radical scavenger.

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D-Panthenol 75L

Vitamin with potent moisturizing & regenerating properties.
Its moisturizing properties improve stratum corneum hydration, reducing transepidermal water loss and maintaining skin elasticity and softness.

INCI Name: Panthenol

Niacinamide

Niacinamide is a popular and widely-used skin lightening ingredient. However, its skin appearance benefit goes far beyond this: Niacinamide also has the potential to enhance the efficacy of skin care products designed for blemished, dry and sensitive skin or for anti-wr...

Vitamin A Palmitate

Highly active, fat-soluble vitamin with various effects on skin. Stimulates cell proliferation (thickening of the skin), improves the barrier function of the skin, improves skin elasticity and reduces the risk of photodamaged skin

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Vitamin E Acetate

Effective Anti-Inflammatory & Antioxidant Properties.
DL-Alpha tocopheryl acetate or Vitamin-E acetate, is the stable form of Vitamin E most often used in cosmetic formulations for its skin care benefits. Vitamin E protects cell membranes from damage by oxyge...