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The Benefits of Vitamin B5

August 09, 2017

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If there is one thing that reveals your age faster than your taste in music, it’s your skin. Sunbathing, cigarettes, stress and missed sleep can all show up as skin damage. Vitamin B5 is an essential ingredient in helping your body fight off the effects of fatigue and stress, while also helping to maintain healthy skin. Along with adopting healthier habits, vitamin B5 serum can help your skin recover from a variety of unintended abuse and look younger too.

Providing Hydration

Vitamin B5 is one of the most effective means of hydration you can use on your skin. Because it is a natural humectant, it works to retain moisture and leave your skin soft and smooth. This vitamin permeates the upper layers of your skin, soaking down into lower layers, where it is absorbed into skin cells for a healthier look.

Exfoliating Properties

This powerful vitamin has antioxidant and exfoliating abilities, which help combat the damaging effects of free radicals on your skin. It also supports the retention of moisture and generation of new skin cells. Together, these abilities can help you unveil a more youthful skin.

Anti-Aging Abilities

Applied as a serum or in lotion, vitamin B5 works to soothe irritated skin as it softens. Because it penetrates skin layers, it works from the inside out to plump and hydrate skin. It fills the fine lines that plague the delicate skin near the mouth and around the eyes. It also goes to work to minimize the look of deeper wrinkles.

Skin Conditions

Due to its ability to deeply hydrate, this vitamin is used to treat and ease irritated skin, as well as chronic conditions, such as eczema. Doctors regularly prescribe medicines containing vitamin B5 to treat patients with scar damage, acne, eczema and more.

Give your skin the ability to fight the signs of aging with vitamin B5. Learn more about the benefits of vitamins for your skin by contacting the experts at Timeless Skin Care today.





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