Vitamin B5 (D-Panthenol)
Like Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5 – also known as D-Panthenol – has been known to improve the skin’s barrier function. It is an excellent treatment for dry and irritable skin, repairing the skin’s cutaneous barrier to improve hydration. It also may have an anti-inflammatory effect and, over time, reduce scarring. Sign us up!

Vitamin A (Retinol)
This natural antioxidant has gained quite a positive reputation for its anti-ageing properties. Fabulous for skin that is losing volume, retinol can be used to help brown spots and melasma, and can have a positive impact on the skin that has thickened with ageing as it improves the epidermis. It can also increase cellular turnover, and reduce wrinkles and skin roughness. It’s a little superhero in a bottle.