Vito Beauty

Natural ingredients

BiON products contain high amounts of natural ingredients, here to mention a few of them:

Aloe Vera Extract and Juice:
From the Aloe Vera plant. Has the same pH as skin, noted for moisturizing and soothing properties and is an effective healing agent.

Amino Acids:
The building blocks of the proteins that make up collagen and elastin-substances that give the skin its structural support. Aging and a combination of external factors (including UV light and environmental toxins) reduce the level of amino acids in the body; creams containing amino acids may help restore them. Includes Alanine, Lysine, Proline, Tyrosine, Leucin and Valine

Apricot Kernel Oil:
Vitamin E rich emollient oil with skin softening properties.

Beta-carotene:
Member of the carotenoid family. Beta-carotene is a precursor that helps form retinol (vitamin A). It is converted to vitamin A in the liver as needed. Topically, beta-carotene is potentially a good antioxidant and can reduce the effects of sun damage.

Betaglucan:
A yeast derivative not natural to the skin, will initiate production of epidermal cell growth factor (ECGF) and transforming growth factor (TGF) to stimulate the formation of new feeder vessels, promote cellular proliferation and stimulate fibroblast cells to product elastin and collagen.

Calcium:
Regulates cell differentiation (and cell division) and controls the thickness of the epidermis through rapid or slow cell turnover. Regulates normal skin color by stimulating melanocytes and regulates the lipid barrier processes. Stimulates the production of antioxidants

Chamomile:
Used for fragrance, skin conditioning, dry skin, acne, burns, dermatitis and inflammation.

Cinnamon Extract:
Has antibacterial, analgesic, antiseptic, antibiotic and astringent properties. Very important ingredient that is included in many BiON products.

Ferulic Acid:
A plant-derived antioxidant that reduces sun damage and helps stabilize vitamins C and E in skin-care products.

Gingseng Extract:
An all natural herb that is a potent antioxidant. Ginseng has been found in recent studies to help detoxify the skin and to help aid in the production of collagen thus reducing the signs of aging. Ginseng can help balance the oil gland production and can smooth fine lines and wrinkles in mature skin.

Glycolic Acid:
An alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugarcane. An exfoliating agents used in lotions and chemical peels. Can reduce the appearance of age spots, acne scars and irregular pigmentation. For acne and folliculitis, can clear up blocked pores and prevent future breakouts by keeping pores from getting clogged again by dead skin cells.

Grapefruit Extract:
A fruit extract rich in flavonoids that inhibit Tyrosinase. Is a natural source of Vitamin C that inhibits melanogenesis.

Hamamelis Virginiana:
A plant extract with astringent properties. Anti-inflammatory effect, deep cleansing and reduces the appearance of open pores.

Hyaluronic Acid:
Found naturally in the skin, it increases the skin’s moisture content and prevents water loss. Has the ability to hold 1,000 times its weight in water.

Jojoba Oil:
Emollient, non-fragrant oil similar to other non-fragrant plant oils. Jojoba oil has been shown to enhance skin’s barrier repair properties and ability to heal from damage. As a plant oil that’s a rich source of fatty acids skin recognizes and can use, jojoba oil also seems to stimulate collagen production and help skin better defend itself against UV light damage. Jojoba oil can also provide topical anti-inflammatory benefits

Phospholipids:
Phospholipids rebuild the skin’s barrier level and act as a reservoir for the prolonged delivery of nutrients and moisture to the inner layer (dermis) of the skin. Phospholipids attract water from the surrounding air and hold water where an increased level of hydration is needed.

Pineapple Extract:
Contains the enzyme bromelain, which can break down the connecting layers between skin cells to exfoliate skin. Natural source of AHA.

Vegetable Glycerin:
A humectant and skin conditioner that increases water content in the top layers of the skin.

Vitamin A:
Considered a good antioxidant in some of its various forms, particularly as retinol and retinyl palmitate.

Vitamin C:
Water-soluble vitamin that is considered a potent antioxidant for skin. It has been shown to increase collagen production, reduce the appearance of skin discolorations, strengthen skin’s barrier response, enhance skin’s repair process, reduce inflammation, and help skin better withstand exposure to sunlight, whether protected by sunscreen or not.

Vitamin E:
A moisturizing antioxidant that neutralizes free-radicals and prevents cellular damage from occurring. Protects the skin lipid barrier and the epidermis from UV damage.

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