Every bottle of Beauty Vitamin is packed with powerful bioactives. These are ingredients that are scientifically proven to be good for your skin and your body. And because our drinks are carbonated your system absorbs them more quickly. This means that every antioxidant, collagen-boosting peptide and beauty-stimulating nutrient gets to work straightaway.
Hydrolysed Marine Collagen Peptides:
Not only does collagen maintain the skin’s structure (keeping it baby soft and springy), it’s also found in our joints, connective tissues, muscles and bones. But as we get older, our bodies start producing less of this hard-working protein, so the need to replenish it increases. The Hydrolysed Marine Collagen peptides in our drinks have a low molecule weight. The body can absorb these smaller particles more quickly and shuttle them into circulation faster.
Resveratrol: The ultimate plant-based antioxidant
Resveratrol is an antioxidant gift from nature. This potent phenol combats wrinkles by fighting free radicals (the damaging molecules responsible for the visible signs of ageing). Found in the skin of red grapes, Scots Pine and Japanese knotweed, this skincare champion not only shields your precious skin, it also boosts cell DNA repair.
Vitamin A: nutritional powerhouse
Increases cell turnover and boosts the production of collagen - the protein that keeps skin firm and supple. It also regulates the amount of oil the skin produces, making it great for tackling blocked pores and acne. It’s also the go-to remedy when treating eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, cuts and sunburn. Found in egg yolks, fish and whole milk, vitamin A has been a natural skincare cure-all for decades because of its ability to nourish, heal and protect the skin.
Vitamin C : Heals, protects and fights free radicals
Vitamin C is your skin’s best friend. Not only does it help your body produce skin-plumping collagen, it’s a potent antioxidant that fights free radicals and repairs the damage they cause.
Acts just like lemon juice… Vitamin C’s antioxidant effect inside our bodies works just like a squeeze of lemon juice on a freshly cut apple. Just as the lemon juice stops the apple turning brown, so vitamin C protects our cells by interrupting the oxidation process.
As well as saving skin from harmful free radicals, vitamin C also helps the skin heal, reduces inflammation and protects it from UV damage and the aging effects of pollution.
Fresh fruit and veg are packed with vitamin C, but this sensitive nutrient breaks down quickly when exposed to air and light. So to really ‘C’ the benefits of this skincare powerhouse, make sure you feed your skin (and body) with quality vitamin C on a daily basis.
Green Tea: Anti-aging plant power
Dating back to China more than 4000 years ago, green tea is the oldest herbal tea known and is widely renowned today for its incredibly high count of natural antioxidant polyphenols. Research has shown green tea can have a regenerative effect on your skin cells, thus slowing down the way your skin ages. Green tea also affects the way your body metabolises fats, increasing your metabolic rate. Plus these skin-loving fruit extracts...
Noni Berry: Plant Power from Polynesia
Noni berries are the fruit of a tropical evergreen tree, Morinda Citrifolia that is typically found in Polynesia. Containing phytonutrients, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and beta-carotene, Noni is packed with the nutrients your skin loves.
Goji Berry: Go goji glow!
Goji berries are native to North-central and western China, where this easily damaged berry is carefully dried after picking to preserve it. Rich in Vitamin A and potent antioxidants, goji is the go-to berry to protect skin against damage and nourish you from the inside out.
Vitamin E: Anti-ageing all-rounder
Vitamin E assists your skin in a number of beneficial ways helping to prevent the signs of premature ageing and keep it soft and supple. As an antioxidant, it disrupts free radical damage and studies have shown it has a positive effect on sun damaged skin, helping to reduce the appearance of age-spots, lines and wrinkles.
L-lysine: Essential Amino Acid
Lysine is an essential amino acid (the building blocks of proteins) that your body needs but cannot product itself. It plays an important role in your body’s formation of collagen, so is imperative for healthy, youthful skin.
Selenium: Skin Shield
A formidable antioxidant, Selenium helps protect the body from cellular damage from free radicals that cause inflammation and ageing, such as exposure to pollution and too much UV. Found in Brazil nuts, eggs and fish, selenium protects the skin against sun damage.
Zinc: Smooth Mineral
The mineral Zinc plays an integral role in many of your body’s physiological functions. For your skin, it assists in the structure of proteins such as collagen, it helps transport Retinol round your body and improves skin-healing, helping to minimize conditions such as acne. Zinc also has anti-inflammatory powers to help protect against the damage caused by UV and pollution.