Help to protect your skin from external damage, as it regulates cellular regeneration and repair. It increases skin recovery when skin is disturbed and strength when it's under attack. It improves the skin’s moisture level, soothes, heals and enhances skin metabolism.
Support of new skin cell growth. It helps skin cells heal and blemishes the scars, Balances the skin’s moisture level and maintains a healthy skin pH.
Preserve a healthy skin glow. This nutrient is stored in the epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin, and regulates sebum production to keep skin hydrated and eczema free. Protects skin cells, regulates oil production, balances and tones.
Zinc helps your skin heal after an injury. It's needed to keep cell walls stable and for cells to divide and specialize as they grow. Zinc may also protect skin from UV damage because of the way it behaves in relation to other metals in your body, like iron and copper. It also acts like an antioxidant, enhances skin renewal, soothes and heals.
Calms and soothes your skin, has an anti-inflammatory properties.
Has an natural anti-bacterial activity against the bacteria that cause acne. It also might help promote the loosening and shedding of skin. Can help treat skin conditions such as seborrheic dermatitis or acne and contains essential vitamins.
Fortifies the skin for moisture absorption, enhances skin metabolism.
Key ingredient in the healing process of wounds. Wound healing requires an increased production of collagen. Manganese is needed for producing the amino acid proline, which is essential for collagen formation and wound healing in human skin cells, It is also antioxidant rich, improves skin circulation and elasticity.