As you probably already know, vitamins play an important role in the condition of your skin . That is why they are often used as ingredients in cosmetics. In our previous blogs, we have already spoken about vitamin A, vitamin B an B3, vitamin C and vitamin E. A lot of them, of which we will list the most important elements in this blog. A short recap of these vitamins, enjoy!
In previous blogs we already talked about Vitamin A, vitamin B and Vitamin C and their benefits for you skin. In this blog we will take a closer look to vitamin E. Another interesting ingredient in skin care.
Our immune system is working for us non-stop and we don't even realise it. At Nomige, we believe that looking after your health should become a daily habit in order to be safe than sorry. But what actually is immunity, why is it so important for our health and how can we achieve that?
Vitamins are important for the human body and certainly for the skin. Vitamin B is one of those vitamins essential for your skin. In a previous blog, vitamin B3 was already discussed, but which subtypes are there and what else does this vitamin have to offer?
Despite our body's own antioxidant system, an overload of free radicals can sometimes be overwhelming. Supplementation from food or skincare is an effective way to mitigate the exposure to oxidative stress and support the antioxidative activity.
Vitamin C is one of the most traditional ingredients in skin care products. In this blog the most important effects and applications of vitamin C are described.