Pine bark ext: (pycnogenol)………………………..150mg
Vitamin-C (sodium ascorbic acid)…………..200mg
Vitamin A …………………………………………………2500IU
Alpha lipoic acid ………………………………………. 50mg
Niacinamide …………………………………………….. 14mg
Co-Enzyme Q10……………………………………… 80mg
Pine bark ext: (pycnogenol)
Pycnogenol is an anti-inflammatory property, antioxidant benefits, and regeneration of skin’s elasticity. Pycnogenol provides many benefits to the skin, including reducing the signs of aging. pycnogenol may increase the production of hyaluronic acid and collagen protects the collagen matrix and increases skin stability during healing. It also reduced the size of scars. Pycnogenol helps promote the glow and reduce over-pigmentation for a more even complexion (brown spots).it’s also helpful in photo-aging due to sunburn by neutralizing free radicals.
Alpha lipoic acid (AlA)
Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is an antioxidant. Alpha lipoic acid has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions Alpha lipoic acid is a fatty acid that is used in various cosmetics and skin care products targeted for anti-aging due to its powerful antioxidant activity.
ANTIOXIDANT Fights free radical damage to help slow signs of aging, such as fine lines and dark spots..
SMOOTHING AGENT. A clinical study has shown that alpha lipoic acid may decrease skin roughness.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY. Alpha lipoic acid also has anti-inflammatory functions and can reduce the inflammatory signals that are released by skin cells. A molecule that is close in structure to alpha lipoic acid is dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA), which also acts as both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent
Niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly improve enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles, dullness, and a weakened surface. Niacinamide also reduces the impact of environmental damage because of its ability to improve skin barriers plus it also plays a role in helping skin to repair signs of past damage. Left unchecked, this type of daily assault makes skin appear older, dull, and less radiant.
Minimizes redness and blotchiness. Niacinamide reduces inflammation which may help ease redness from eczema, acne, and other inflammatory skin conditions.
Minimizes pore appearance. Keeping skin smooth may have a secondary benefit a natural reduction in pore size over time
Treats hyperpigmentation. Niacinamide is helpful in lightening dark spots.
Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles. helpful in reducing some signs of sun damage that come with aging. This includes fine lines and wrinkles.
Protects against oxidative stress. Niacinamide helps build cells in the skin while also protecting them from environmental stresses, such as sunlight, pollution, and toxins.
Vitamin A (palmitate) is the active agent for the treatment of skin aging. It promotes enzyme activity in the skin, improves natural skin functions, thickens the epidermis, can regenerate skin prematurely aged by UV radiation and efficiently reduce wrinkles and improve skin elasticity.
It protects against UV damage and slows signs of aging.
It evens skin tone and gives you a glow.
It encourages healthy skin cell production.
It protects against infection.
It smoothes wrinkles.
It clears up acne.
Vitamin-C (sodium ascorbic acid)
vitamin C is "a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals, Because of its antioxidant properties, vitamin C aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells." It contains a property that inhibits your skin's melanin production, which is what causes skin discoloration like dark spots and hyperpigmentation, vitamin C provides a range of benefits, from helping to even out your skin tone, shielding skin from the visible impact of pollution, significantly improving hydration, and keeping your skin looking younger, longer!
Coenzyme Q10 is a type of antioxidant found throughout the body, and your skin is one of the most abundant sources. Also known as ubiquinone and CoQ10, coenzyme Q10 has been praised for its ability to protect as well as repair the skin. Within the skin, coenzyme Q10 is localized primarily to the most superficial layer of your skin, known as the stratum corneum, and functions to protect the deeper layers of your skin from damage caused by ultraviolet A light. Exposure to ultraviolet light elicits damage to the skin cells responsible for elasticity. This damage may be manifested as wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and aging skin.
Coenzyme Q10 may help diminish fine wrinkles around the eyes,
As skin gets older, the fibers that keep skin firm, known as collagen and elastin, gradually deteriorate. Coenzyme Q10 may reduce the breakdown of collagen & enhance Rejuvenating Effect.