Understanding Skin Care Ingredients: Vitamins C, A, F and E

And although I wont explain my formulas, Unfortunately, most companies never do as the process of their formulations is part of their proprietary information. And therefore never explain how much of an ingredient is present, leaving you to have to test what products work best for your skin. A rule of thumb is that the closer the ingredient is to the top the more there is of it in the formula. And as you go down the list of ingredients the less of it there is. Additionally, I like simple ingredients like the ones listed below. Here, are some simple but amazing and often overlooked ingredients in skincare products. They are vitamins C, A, F and E found in my Daily Serum, is like a green juice for your skin. You can find vitamins C, A, F and E as ingredients in some of the best skincare products because they are high in antioxidants. Additionally to these shared qualities, each vitamin features many unique abilities that makes it suited for different skin conditions Vitamin C When used topically on the skin, vitamin C offers incredible antioxidant and UV protection, repairs sun damage, encourages collagen production, and reduces skin discoloration. Scientific reports show that is an effective treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, making it a great ingredient to see in your anti aging skin care products Vitamin A Vitamin A is used in anti aging products and acne products to refine the look of the complexion, leading to a clearer and more youthful appearance. Vitamin A can boost elasticity and provide protective moisture for sun damage and cigarette related damage. In too large a proportion this miracle vitamin can be irritating to the skin and cause redness and dryness. Vitamin E Vitamin E is used in moisturizers and other skin care products to condition and smooth the skin while protecting with antioxidants. Although each of the vitamins offers multiple benefits, vitamin E surpasses them all with its wide range of abilities. It moisturizes and softens the skin, making it an essential ingredient for dry skin care Vitamin F What it is- These are essential fatty acids and not a vitamin per se but since is something that your body doesn't create, they have gotten the moniker Vitamin F. Why use it- These ingredients are essential for the maintenance of the skin barrier function and improve circulation. If you want to try a new skincare line it is always good to read many reviews, or get as much data as possible on particular ingredients or consult your skincare expert. And don't be afraid to find out that the skincare product did not work quite well for you. Henry Ford once said, "Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently." I hope this was helpful! Shop for superior skincare products NOW at 501 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2011, New York, NY and stop wondering if you can have flawless skin. Don’t live in New York City? BUY online here. Lastly, get the best results from your skin care routine by getting one of our celebrity approved facials and get your best skin ever, NOW and in the future. Call immediately for your appointments at 212.949.2350 and get $50 off your first treatment. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and if you want essential skin care tips and tricks sign up to our newsletter, bottom of the page under in the box “Sign Up For Updates”. I look forward to seeing you at the salon where you will be dazzled by how great your skin looks. Sincerely, JOANNA VARGAS Joanna Vargas Skin Care ]>>