One goal that crawls up all on top for most individuals during their ‘lets draw up some life goals’ is ‘Staying fit and looking healthy’. Unfortunately the same goal takes a back seat during action. Taking care of your skin by eating right and supplementing with right skincare is an essential part of a healthy health regime. (Afterall, your skin is the largest part of your body)
We believe in following a healthy diet and taking a gentle approach to skincare. Supplementing your skin and body with the right Vitamins and minerals to keep the balance is of utmost importance today. For the Vitamins to consume, it's best to seek guidance from a doctor or nutritionist and for all things skincare : we have some tips to empower and up your skincare game!
Which vitamins are good for your skin depend on your skin problems while the choices abound. We will help you dive deep into the sea of some of the top Vitamins in skincare.
While most skincare ‘don'ts’ revolve around not exposing your skin to sun, but hey! The sun is not all bad! Limiting your sun exposure and just exposing your skin for 10-15mins gives you enough to manufacture vitamin D throughout your skin, keeps acne at bay, supports cellular growth, repair and renewal.
This collagen boosting hero is a multitasker, it stands as a protective layer to protect your skin from sun damage and free radicals,helps to fight against dark spots, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles and makes your skin glow. Plum’s all new 15% Vitamin C face serum with Mandarin comes in a dark bottle filled with goodness of the most stable form of vitamin C i.e Ethyl Ascorbic Acid and gives your skin a healthy looking glow. Vitamin C is the best vitamin for glowing skin. We swear by the benefits of this one.
Vitamin E is bestowed with photoprotective properties that guards your skin from sun damage. The usage of skincare products with Vitamin E will help you with skin burns and inflammations and a balanced consumption of Vitamin E in your diet will help your skin to be conditioned and will keep dryness at bay. We have specially designed an entire range that is rich in Vitamin E and a saviour for dry skin cuties. Vitamin E is a magic potion to keep soft and our E-luminating range will give you the skin of your dreams.
This is one of the most beloved ingredients in skincare. You have probably heard of retinoid/ retinols (preformed Vitamin A) They are active forms of Vitamin A. This vitamin has an impressive list of benefits like boost skin renewal (regeneration of new healthy skin), it penetrates deep within your skin to stimulate collagen production and the best one : it normalises the oil production keeping acne at bay. We have used one of natural sources of Vitamin A like carrot seed oil for in our all time favorite product like the candy melts and have added natural oils that are rich in Vitamin A and E for our bestseller Grape Seed & Sea Buckthorn Glow-Restore Face Oil Blend
If you ever visited a drugstore (in today’s world maybe did a virtual tour on your pharmacy app) and started looking for Vitamin B, chances are you found there are so many of them (8 to be precise) that you turned back home. We will help you know about the ones that are best for skincare.
Most celebrated one is Vitamin B3 or niacinamide that reduces redness, protects your skin and is a powerhouse for brightening and hydration.
Vitamin B5 also known as pantothenic acid (its byproduct is called panthenol) is known for its calming properties and helps people who have dry skin to get hydrating supple skin. Our Olive and Macadamia Mega moisturising hair mask is loaded with Vitamin B5.
Other Vitamins in the B family include Vitamin B1 that helps acne prone skin to reduce redness, Vitamin B2 to even skin tone, Vitamin B6 to balance hormonal imbalance, Vitamin B7 to give revitalised skin, Vitamin B9 to give you clear skin and B12 to improve radiance.
This underdog Vitamin is known for its topical benefits. It has anti-inflammatory properties and promotes wound healing and is excellent for fading under-eye circles.
Since we are perpetually looking out for better and happier skin let's ensure we supplement it with the right set of Vitamins. (Don't forget to ensure that you add some in your diet too).