Vitamin B5, or panthenol, plays an important role in the functioning of the nervous system, in the beauty of the skin and hair, and in the protection and regeneration of cells.
It promotes the growth and strength of skin and hair.
Vitamin B3 is known in dermatology to play an important role in the progress of hydration. It encourages the skin to produce new fat and thus helps in recovering its integrity. Prevents formation of age spots and protects the skin from light.
Vitamin B1 strengthens skin tissue. It contains sulfur, necessary for keratin synthesis.
Vitamin B2 improves the quality of skin tissue. One study found a deficiency in 14-31% of women. This failure is due to the lack of magnesium, essential for the formation of vitamin B2 enzymes. Seborrheic dermatitis (red feathers of the nose, dry lips) may indicate a state of deficiency.
Vitamin B6 is anti-sebum and regulates the pH of the skin. It can reduce the fatty appearance of oily skin and can alleviate light acne.
This vitamin is also involved in the metabolism of amino acids, such as cysteine and methionine, which are responsible for keratinization. It also improves the growth of hair and nails.
Vitamin B12 ensures good cell function. In fact, it participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, allowing cells to provide the energy they need.
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