You know Vitamins A, C, and E found in skincare products are good for the skin while sunrays are bad. Yet, why is this? In a nutshell, here is basically how the, previously mentioned, vitamins impact the skin.
–treats fine wrinkles, age spots, and rough skin caused by sun exposure
-thickens and stimulates the Dermis – where collagen, elastin and blood vessels are – so it reduces wrinkles and increases blood flow to the surface of the skin.
-the deposition of collagen
-slows the breakdown of your collagen and elastin from normal aging
– decreases clustering of melanin granules – so it reduces brown spots or pigmentation
-Vitamin C found in the form of L – Ascorbic Acid found in skin care products to keep the skin refreshed looking and youthful
-helps your skin repair itself
-essential to the production of collagen
–collagen: protein that aids in the growth of cells and blood vessels and gives skin its firmness and strength
-an antioxidant that protects & repairs your skin
- antioxidants: agents that neutralize the negative effects of free radicals
- free radicals: molecules that damage collagen and cause skin dryness, fine lines and wrinkles
-prevent cellular damage from occurring