How Much Do You Need Vitamins, Really?

What are these magical substances and what do they do for your skin exactly?

If you’ve shopped the skincare aisle lately (or for the past decade), you would have noticed an abundance of skincare care products that are packed with Vitamins in their list of ingredients.

You know that vitamins are beneficial for you in terms of health and aesthetics reasons. But what are vitamins exactly – and do you know exactly the amount you need and what kind is best suited for your skin?

I’ve went for many different kind of facials, but this was the first time I tried Vitamin Therapy.

It started with a careful cleansing and exfoliation of the skin, followed by the application of vitamins onto prepped skin. This is finished with deep infusion and a skin enhancing mask to allow maximum penetration of the vitamins into skin. I was recommended Vitamin C to restore my dull skin and Hyaluronic Acid for collagen boosting as well as to increase the amount of moisture in my skin.

After the treatment, my skin immediately felt brighter and had a smoother skin texture.

How much do you actually need for your skin?

In order to maintain this result, I was told that 1 to 2 sessions would be sufficient. However, for a more dramatic effect such as significant skin lightening, a series of 6 Vitamin Therapy, done every 2 to 3 weeks is ideal.

What kind is best suited for your skin? 

These are some of the Vitamin treatments available, and the skincare specialist would recommend which is best for you according to your skin.

Vitamin A:
Helps with fine lines and wrinkles
Uses: Anti-ageing

Vitamin B:
A healthy glow, moisture retention
Uses: Skin balancing

Vitamin C:
Repairs sun and free radical damage. Enhances collagen synthesis and lightens skin
Uses: Skin brightening and lightening

Hyaluronic Acid:
Tissue hydration, lubrication, and cellular function resulting in increased smoothness, softening, and decreased wrinkles
Uses: Skin-lifting

Coenzyme 10:

Skin firming, powerful anti-oxidant, neutralize the harmful free radicals that are one of the major causes of aging.

Uses: Skin firming


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