Ultra-Vitamin Cream with Camellia and Jojoba Oil
For dry, very dry and dull skin. Intensely hydrating and vitamizing. Whatever your skin is like, this ultra-vitamin cream nourishes and tones it. It will be your best friend during the coldest months. A brief summary of the benefits of the contained vitamins:
Vitamin A: According to a study published in 2007 in Archives of Dermatology, Vitamin A’s anti-aging effects are such that they can be seen on octogenarians. It stimulates the production of a fresh new collagen, restores the lipid barrier of the skin and maintains its hydration. Regulating the production of sebum, it can also be recommended in cases of acne.
Vitamin E: A particularly effective antioxidant, it neutralizes free radicals which damage cells, protects from UV rays and heals reddened, inflamed or very dry skins.
Vitamin C: It destroys free radicals responsible for causing wrinkles, sagging skin and age spots. Furthermore, Vitamin C improves the skin’s appearance, making it brighter. Combined with Vitamin A it fights effectively against skin aging.
Vitamin B3: It stimulates the production of fatty acids, important components in creating a skin protective barrier.
Vitamin B5 (Panthenol): It has well known emollient, nourishing, calming and regenerative properties. Vitamin B5 also contributes to the work of the adrenal glands, regulating the secretion of natural body oils (such as sebum) and keeping them at an optimal level.
Apply preferably in the morning on a clean skin and massage gently for 3-5 minutes. Massage is very important and ensures good penetration of this invigorating cream’s valuable moisturizing nutrients
Aqua, vitis vinifera seed oil, simmondsia chinensis seed oil, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, glycerin, cocos nucifera oil, camellia sinensis oil, cetyl palmitate, cera alba, theobroma cacao seed butter, olive squalane, lanolin, cholesterol, panthenol, lavandula augustifolia oil, linalool, juniperus virginiana wood oil, phenoxyethanol, decylene glycol, caprylyl glycol, retinyl palmitat, tocopherol, niacinamida, acid ascorbic