Boost Your Skin With Vitamin D
It’s almost here!
I’m thrilled that the release of our multifunctional new serum, Moon Boost, is less than a week away!
Moon Boost is formulated with non-comedogenic superfood oils and extracts and infused with seven vitamins to give thirsty skin all the nutrients it needs. We’re so excited about the formula that, this week, we’re featuring a different vitamin in Moon Boost every day.
Today, let’s dive into vitamin D.
Our primary source of Vitamin D comes from the sun, hence the nickname “the sunshine vitamin.” This essential vitamin is synthesized in our skin and plays an important role in the way our bodies function.
In skincare, Vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties that are known to help with some skin conditions such as psoriasis.(1) In addition, it’s been shown to normalize skin cell turnover, which helps to maintain the skin barrier function.(1) But that’s not all! Studies show that vitamin D provides some protection from damage caused by UVB rays,(1) and less sun damage means more youthful looking skin. Now let me be very clear—you still need to wear an SPF certified sunscreen!
Don’t miss out on the power of vitamin D! Pre-order your bottle of Moon Boost now!
Join me tomorrow for our feature on vitamin E!
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Moon Boost brings out the best in your skin with seven vitamins, including vitamin C. Click here to discover the skin benefits of vitamin C.
(1) Drake, Victoria J. Ph.D “Vitamin D and Skin Health.” Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, Nov. 2011, https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/health-disease/skin-health/vitamin-D
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