the highest grade Whole Vitamins direct from fruits and vegetables, not synthetic,
Vitamin A: Retinol Acid,The vitamin necessary for healthy skin. A serious
lack or excess intake can cause dry, rough skin, among other problems. Synthetic
vitamin A-like compounds called retinoids, such as tretinoin, applied directly
skin have been used to treat acne and skin wrinkling and mottled pigmentation
caused by chronic sun exposure. Used
systemically, retinoids such as isotretinoin
(Accutane) and etretinate treat acne and help to prevent skin cancer
at very high risk.
The Vitamine A products: Retinol Acid,Retinols,Retinyl
Palmitate,Retinyl Acetate,Tretinoin,Adapalene,Vitamine A Acid
B-6 helps the body process proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Works withother
vitamins and minerals to supply energy to the muscles. Aids in the production
of blood cells. Important for a healthy immune system.
Chicken, fish, pork,
liver, eggs, spinach,potatoes, bananas, whole wheat bread, peanut butter-the list
is so long and varied that most people don't have to worry about getting enough.
B-12 helps the body use fats and carbohydrates. Important in cell
development, especially blood cells. Also helps the nervous system work properly.
B products: Vitamine B1,B2,B3,B5,B6,B12,Calcium Pantetheine Sulfonate(B5),Pyridoxine
HCI (B6),Riboflavin (B2),Thiamine Mononitrate (Thiamine HCI) (B1).
C: Also known by its chemical name (ascorbic acid), this vitamin plays an important
role in healing wounds
in the skin and in preventing scurvy. There is evidence
that applying topical vitamin C will help "rejuvenate" the
and make it appear younger by activating the oxidizing influences to which the
skin is subjected. Vitamin C has been proven to prevent and reverse the signs
of aging. Give your skin the nourishment it needs to stay healthy and retain a
youthful glow with Vitamin C skin care. For Vitamin-C skin care, click here.
C product: Ascorbic Acid,Ascorbyl Glucoside (AAG),Ascorbyl Pamitate, Ascorbyl
Stearate,Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate, L-Ascobic Acid, R-Ascorbic Acid,L-Ascorbyic
Acid Phosphate Magnesion Salt N-nydrate(MAP),Vc-PMG.
Vitamin D:Vitamin D
is formed in the body in part by interaction with sun light. Vitamin D is considered
to be an
antioxidant and anticarcinogen, and may play a role in skin pigmentation.
Since it can be absorbed by the skin,
applying this vitamin topically can
have an effect on skin's health.
Vitamin D products: Vitamine D1,D2,D3,Cholecaliferol
Vitamin E:Vitamin E is an antioxidant. It can help
prevent free radical damage. Based on the observation that skin
by the sun and other environmental agents are induced by free radicals, there
is the possibility that
vitamin E may be effective in preventing skin damage.
It is being used in more and more skin preparations as a way
to fend off this
Vitamine E products: Ahpha Tocopheryl, Vitamine E Oil,Tocopherol,
Tocopheryl Acetate,Vitamine E Nicotinate,Water soluble Vitamine E nicotinate.
K plays an important role in blood clotting and studies have shown it to maintain
strong bones in the elderly. And dermatologists have recently found vitamin K
to be successful for the treatment for dark circles under the eyes and bruising
on the face. This could be because the vitamin stimulates blood flow to these
areas. Vitamin K has also recently been studied for its effects on reducing bruising
following certain dermatologic procedures. In a recent study, patients underwent
laser treatments to lessen the appearance of spider veins on the face.
K products: Vitamin K,Menaquinones,