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Holistic organic anti-aging treatments for professional use

Vitamin-Lexikon: Welche natürlichen Vitamine sind in der MAGIC ELEMENTS-Kur enthalten?

Vitamin lexicon: Which natural vitamins are included in the MAGIC ELEMENTS treatment?

The oil serum (phase 2) of the MAGIC ELEMENTS organic facial treatment contains organic skin oils, which are natural carriers of important vital substances for the skin cells.

Skin oils included: apricot oil, argan oil, avocado oil, oat kernel oil, rosehip oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, sea buckthorn oil, sunflower oil.

Which skin oils contain natural vitamin C?

Rosehip oil and sea buckthorn oil in particular contain a high level
Proportion of natural vitamin C.

In general, natural vitamin C is believed to be better absorbed by skin cells than synthetic vitamin C derivatives. This is because natural vitamin C is usually present with other nutrients and antioxidants in the plant that can have synergistic effects on skin health.

Skin cells need vitamin C for various reasons. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that protects against harmful free radicals and supports collagen production. Collagen is a structural protein that gives skin strength and elasticity. Vitamin C may also help reduce hyperpigmentation and regulate skin metabolism. It can also strengthen the skin's natural barrier, thereby reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Which of the oils in the Cell serum contain vitamin E?

Apricot oil, argan oil, avocado oil, oat kernel oil, rosehip oil, jojoba oil, olive oil, sea buckthorn oil and sunflower oil all contain natural vitamin E.

Skin cells need vitamin E for various reasons. First, it has antioxidant properties and protects skin cells from free radical damage that can be caused by sun exposure and pollution. Second, vitamin E can help improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Finally, it can also help reduce inflammation in the skin and promote wound healing.

Which of the oils contain natural vitamin A? How is it different from retinol?

Apricot oil, avocado oil, rosehip oil, and sea buckthorn oil are oils that contain natural vitamin A.

Natural vitamin A in the form of retinol is better absorbed by skin cells than other vitamin A derivatives such as retinyl palmitate or retinyl acetate. This is because retinol is converted into an active form in the skin, which is more easily absorbed by cells.

Skin cells need vitamin A for various functions such as: B. regulating cell growth, maintaining moisture in the skin, protecting against environmental stress and stimulating collagen production. Vitamin A also helps reduce wrinkles, pigmentation and other signs of aging by promoting cell renewal and improving skin texture.

Natural vitamin A and retinol are closely related, but there are differences in their chemical structure and the way they are absorbed into the skin. Natural vitamin A is found in the form of carotenoids in plant sources and must be converted into retinol in the body to be biologically active. However, this conversion is limited and dependent on individual bioavailability and health status.

Retinol, on the other hand, is already in a biologically active form and is easily absorbed and processed by the skin. It is often used in skin care products as it is known to increase collagen production, reduce wrinkles, and improve skin elasticity.

However, it should be noted that excessive use of retinol can lead to skin irritation and sun sensitivity, while moderate use of natural vitamin A from plant sources is generally safer and may also provide other health benefits.

In MAGIC ELEMENTS we do not add retinol, but rely on the gentle power of natural vitamin A.

Which of the oils in the Cell serum contain natural vitamin B?

Of the oils mentioned, oat kernel oil and avocado oil contain natural vitamin B.

Natural vitamin B can be better absorbed by the skin cells than other vitamin B derivatives because it is in a natural form and can therefore possibly be better absorbed by the skin (current study).

Skin cells need vitamin B for a variety of functions. Vitamin B can help soothe, hydrate and regenerate the skin. It can also help reduce inflammation and improve complexion. In addition, vitamin B plays an important role in supporting the skin's natural barrier function, which can help keep skin healthy and protected.