Complex of vitamins A, E, C and B Toskani Polivitamin BCAE
Provides a powerful antioxidant effect and improves the appearance of the skin
- Timeline of aging
- Revitalizes dry skin.
Vitamin A Retinol. This vitamin has the ability to improve the appearance of the skin and cell renewal using a kind of micro-peeling. This effect gives a rejuvenating effect in the treatment of fine lines and expression lines, regulates oily skin and reduces shine, scars and acne marks, and improves the overall appearance of this skin type.
Vitamins E and C. Ultraviolet radiation (UV), which causes oxidative stress, can lead to acute and chronic photoaging. Based on the endogenous antioxidant system, the use of antioxidants in an attempt to reactivate oxygen may be a promising strategy to protect against UV exposure. Vitamins E and C are the most common antioxidants.
Vitamin C. Ascorbic acid. One of the properties of vitamin C is that it is involved in the synthesis of hydroxyproline, which is necessary for the synthesis of collagen.
Vitamin E. Alpha-tocopherol. Vitamin E is involved in the synthesis of intercellular connective tissues, in the synthesis and activity of the epithelium, in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. It also acts as an antioxidant and sunscreen.
Vitamin B1. Thiamine. Vital in oxygen metabolism. It has the ability to tone the appearance of bags and dark circles and slow down premature aging.
Vitamin B2. Riboflavin. It is necessary for the growth, reproduction and nutrition of the skin, hair and mucous membranes. Vitamin B2 reduces the secretion of fat on the face, preventing the appearance of acne and blackheads. In the dermis, its absence can cause some types of dermatitis.
Vitamin B3. Nicotinamide. It can be produced by the body as long as there are no other B complex vitamins. It is responsible for maintaining cell performance and helps maintain skin health. Deficiency can cause dermatitis. Strengthens hair fibers, protects collagen from degradation, improves skin hydration and blocks the harmful effects of sunlight.
Vitamin B5. Depanthenol. Improves cell renewal, helps create antibodies and promotes cell renewal. Moisturizes the skin, restores the vitality of the hair, strengthens the nails and makes them elastic.
Vitamin B6. Pyridoxine. Prevents the production of subcutaneous fat. May have an antioxidant effect on the skin when applied topically.
One of the most significant benefits of vitamin B6 is that it helps maintain good skin condition. Helps in the treatment of a number of skin problems including eczema, dandruff, acne, hair loss and dry skin.