Vitamin A, commonly known as retinol is a crucial corrective in good skin care. Retinols physically take dead skin cells and make them leave your face. This in turn triggers cell turn over which then encourages the production of healthier cells. Retinols are converted to retinoic acid within the layers of the skin which then acts as a performing ingredient in conjunct with other performing ingredients. When combined with an effective professional treatment plan, retinols help to diminish lines, correct pigmented spots, smooth out the texture, as well as help with scarring.
Vitamin C is like the lavender essential oil of skin care in my opinion, it is good for everything! It helps to boost collagen and elastin production, even out the skin tone, as well as smooth the appearance of fine lines. I love incorporating this ingredient in most of my customized professional treatments but it’s vital to have this performing ingredient as part of your at home care as well. It is a highly effective in the form of cleansers, serums, and moisturizers. When paired with the correct professional treatments it leaves your skin looking rejuvenated, healthy, plump, hydrated, and smooth.
Vitamin E acts as a performing as well as functional ingredient. Commonly known as Tocopherol it helps to preserve the life of the product so is often used as a natural preservative in a lot of skin care lines. It is highly effective in the form of correctives and moisturizers due to its ability to inhibit melanogenesis or the creation of melanin which leads to hyper-pigmentation.