The human body requires a variety of vitamins to keep working properly. There are two types of vitamins: water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. Among these, there are four types of fat-soluble vitamins: vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E and vitamin F. Each vitamin promotes different functions in the skin.
Our multivitamin complex is encapsulated in liposomes (multilayer phospholipid vesicles) which is used to stabilize, carry and deliver both water-soluble or oil-soluble actives. LPD Multivitamin encapsulates vitamin C and three (3) oil-soluble vitamins and, in vivo tested, achieved a wrinkle reduction of 25% in only 4 weeks.
Vitamin A is required for skin cells (keratinocytes) to properly divide, differentiate, and mature. Chemical categories similar to Vitamin A include retinoids and carotenoids. Vitamin A deficiency has been associated with skin conditions, including poor wound healing and atopic dermatitis.
Vitamin C is a great antioxidant. It regulates collagen synthesis and promotes the formation of stratum corneum barrier lipids. It regenerates Vitamin E and provides photo-protection (in combination with vitamin E)
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant. In fact, studies have shown its ability to help alleviate sun damage in skin and reduce signs of photoaging.
and Vitamin F is known to hydrate the skin while also providing anti-inflammatory benefits and replenishing and restoring the skin’s barrier. Safe to say, the benefits for the skin are there, and this vitamin/fatty acid is beneficial for all skin types.