Vitamin B Complex (B2/B5/B6/B12)

This group of vitamins plays a vital role in proper skin health and function, in the prevention and treatment of various skin problems, such as dermatitis, acne and rosacea, as well as in maintaining the appearance of the skin and delaying its aging process.

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps to calm the skin.

Vitamin B5 helps maintain the skin's moisture levels.

Vitamin B6 has been shown to have strong anti-oxidant effects and plays a crucial role in many cellular functions.

Vitamin B12 participates in the cell division process, including cells the undergo frequent division such as skin cells, which grow and regenerate rapidly at any given moment. For this reason, cells need sufficient vitamin B12 and other B vitamins to maintain normal growth. In addition, B12 has been found to help reduce skin redness, dryness and inflammation.

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