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Fat-soluble vitamins

Vitamin A Retinol

Vitamin A (animal) is necessary for normal growth. It is involved in the visual process and serves to maintain the tissue, the surface of the skin and the mucous membranes. Contained in liver, fish, egg yolks, dairy products, green fruits and vegetables.

This power vitamin stimulates tired skin cells to regularly divide again. As a result, young cells grow back from below, the top layer of skin becomes more resistant, the complexion looks more regular and smoother, enlarged veins can be stopped and pigment spots lightened. Creams with vitamin A can generally refine the complexion.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D helps maintain healthy bones, especially in childhood and old age. It regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphate. Fish oils, fish, egg yolks, liver, exposure to sunlight.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E, also called tocopherol, is necessary for the maintenance of muscle functions. It stabilizes unsaturated fatty acids and cell membranes and, as an antioxidant, can intercept free radicals. Cold-pressed oils, e.g. wheat germ oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, eggs, almonds, avocado, fennel, kale. Vitamin E is a real radical killer and, packed in a cream, can protect the skin from the outside against free radicals - and thus also against premature aging. Free radicals are created in normal metabolism - and the more so the older we get. They can damage healthy skin or connective tissue cells. But vitamin E can do a lot more:

It is a very good moisture binder in the skin and thus helps to iron out wrinkles caused by dryness. It has anti-inflammatory effects and even protects a little from the sun. Of course, numerous skin and nutritional supplement products from Déesse also contain a wide variety of vitamins that are required, for example, to protect and regenerate cells that are good for skin and hair or strengthen connective tissue.

Water soluble vitamins

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1, thiamine, is necessary to maintain the carbohydrate metabolism and to provide / release energy. To maintain the normal functions of the nervous system. Yeast, wheat germ, potatoes, legumes, nuts, peas, dried fruits, whole grain bread.

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2, riboflavin, is involved in the metabolic processes for energy production. It is necessary for normal growth and blood formation. Serves the maintenance of the tissue of the skin surface and the mucous membranes. Yeast, wheat germ, egg yolks, cheese, liver, dairy products, cocoa.

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, niacin, is necessary for the normal function of the skin, the nervous system and the overall metabolism. Yeast, wheat germ, fish, almonds, meat, dried fruits, whole grain bread, rice, dried vegetables, potatoes.

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid, is involved in the metabolic processes for energy production. Yeast, egg yolk, wheat germ, mushrooms, dried fruits, whole grain bread, meat, cheese, potatoes.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6, pyridoxine, is necessary for the metabolism of proteins and their components. Yeast, wheat germ, avocado, whole grain bread, bananas, vegetables, figs, oils, meat, fish, poultry, egg yolks.

in B5, pantothenic acid, is involved in the metabolic processes for energy production. Yeast, egg yolk, wheat germ, mushrooms, dried fruits, whole grain bread, meat, cheese, potatoes.

Vitamin B8

Vitamin B8, biotin, plays a role in releasing energy from food and in maintaining skin, hair and fingernails. Yeast, liver, eggs, mushrooms, lentils, vegetables, meat, dairy products, fruits

Vitamin B9

Vitamin B9, folic acid, is necessary for blood formation and the development of the neural tube (spinal cord canal) of the unborn child. Yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, nuts, legumes, vegetables and fruits raw, milk, liver.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12, cobalamine, is necessary for blood formation. Meat, fish, poultry, dairy products, legumes.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, ascorbic acid, is necessary for the maintenance of healthy bones, teeth, gums and blood vessels. It participates in the absorption of iron and functions as an antioxidant. Fresh and raw fruits and vegetables, citrus fruits, berries, bean sprouts, parsley, broccoli, red peppers. The collagen production of the skin is boosted by this vitamin and wounds can heal faster.

For cosmetics this means: If fresh collagen is built up in the connective tissue, the skin looks younger. Aging processes can be slowed down or even reversed to a limited extent. In addition, vitamin C is an unbeatable radical catcher: It protects the skin from attacks by oxygen radicals that are caused by too much sun, smoke or environmental toxins.