V - Ingredients​​

  1. Vitamin A (retinyl Palmitate)
    Uses in skincare - anti-oxident, Manmade rating for skincare - excellent Also called "The Normaliser", Vitamin A Palmitate has attracted great interest in recent years as it is the active agent for treatment of aging skin in beauty care. Vitamin A promotes the enzyme activity in the skin. It thickens the epidermis and can regenerate skin prematurely aged by UV-radiation. This product can also assist in increasing the skin's elasticity and the reversal of photodamage. Vitamin A is widely used in anti-aging formulations.
  1. Vitamin B5 (d-Panthenol)
    Uses in skincare - moisturising Manmade rating for skincare - good Vitamin B5 as it is known is one of the most popular vitamins used in the cosmetic industry. It's easily incorporated into cosmetic products and is a product that can be used as an ingredient in skin care, hair care and nail care products as a conditioning agent. In skin care it acts to help restore the skins moisturising properties. Panthenol is also available as a DL Panthenol which is a mixture of two different isomers of this vitamin. The body is only able to metabolise the D isomer making the blended version only 50% biologically active. It increases and improves the humidity properties of the skin making dry skin more soft and elastic. It acts as an anti-inflammatory and helps soothe irritated skin. It helps the healing of the skin through encouraging the growth of new epithelial cells
  1. Vitamin C (Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate)
    Uses in skincare - anti-oxident Manmade rating for skincare - excellent Liquid Vitamin C - is one of the most effective and popular antioxidants available today. As a cosmetic ingredient it has many beneficial uses and is an invaluable ingredient to have in your cosmetic products. As an antioxidant it works to protect against UV induced cell damage and lipid peroxidation, two of the strongest contributors to the aging process. Australian summers are amongst the hottest in the world and the more we protect and nourish our skin from the sun, the better it is for our future. One important action of Vitamin C is that it adds extra protection to the skin on a cellular level by increasing the cell survival rate in the epidermis when exposed to UV rays. Exposure to UV rays can contribute to premature aging and potential skin disorders. Another unique quality of our cosmetic Vitamin C oil-soluble liquid is that it prevents lipid peroxidation. Lipid peroxidation results from free radical damage and also contributes to cell damage and premature aging. Our Vitamin C oil-soluble liquid makes it a unique product which is readily absorbed into the skin providing that added protection and nourishment that your skin deserves.
  1. Natural Vitamin E (D-alpha-Tocopherol)
    THIS MATERIAL IS A HIGH GRADE PRODUCT CONTAING A MINIMUM OF 87% D-ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL AND A MINIMUM ACTIVITY OF 1300IU. This product is derived from highly refined vegetable oil distillates including soyabean and canola oil which undergo further refining and processing. It is manufactured using non-animal based raw materials. Natural vs. Synthetic: Natural vitamin E contains alpha-tocopherol exclusively in an active form. Synthetic vitamin E (sometimes referred to as dl-alpha-tocopherol) contains both active and inactive forms of alpha-tocopherol. Natural vitamin E also may contain other types of tocopherols, such as beta-tocopherol, delta-tocopherol, and gamma-tocopherol. Some manufacturers use the term "mixed " tocopherols when referring to these different types.