Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin B7 found in foods such as bananas, eggs, and milk. It is needed to maximize the condition of the epidermis. Let's understand why and why your skin needs biotin and what products contain it.
Biotin is responsible for the breakdown of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Deficiency of biotin in the body is manifested by symptoms such as loss or thinning of hair, rashes on the face or around the eyes.
What properties does it have?
Biotin is an essential part of enzymes that stabilize the metabolism of fat components and proteins. In addition, the vitamin is directly involved in the metabolism of the vital amino acids isoleucine and valine, as well as having anti-inflammatory properties.
Why is biotin needed in cosmetics?
Because it is responsible for cell growth and fat formation, it is able to smooth and repair damaged or dry skin. It also has such property as absorption of ultraviolet radiation, so among other things biotin also prevents photo aging of the skin.
Who needs biotin?
- People who have acne.
- Those who have stretch marks.
- People who suffer from self-inflicted dermatitis.
Which Peptid + products contain biotin?
Hyaluronic Acid Facial Cleansing Soap - effectively removes makeup residue, dirt and grease that has accumulated on the face during the day. Cleanses skin pores, helps to remove dead skin cells and maintains balance in the skin's natural defenses.
Hyaluronic Acid Eye Cream - enriched with essential ingredients for giving the eye area an ultimate hydration and with gentle Stretching effect that responds to the skin vitality and radiance.