How Important is Vitamin D For the Skin? Plenty, according to the new anti-aging formulation from

The recent trend in sun safety has banished most of us from tanning beds and  beach days spent covered in baby oil, and has educated many on the negative effects of unprotected sun exposure. There’s no lack of data showing increasing skin cancer rates and the multiple ways that UV exposure leads to premature aging, but now studies are also showing a growing population with a Vitamin D deficiency, a vital nutrient synthesized by the skin from UV exposure.

The skin is the body’s largest organ and needs many nutrients to maintain healthy function. Vitamin D plays a very important role in overall skin health and is necessary for healthy and youthful looking skin.  Vitamin D benefits the skin in many ways such as improving elasticity, increasing and maintaining moisture levels, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles, improving radiance, and lessening the appearance of age spots and hyperpigmentation.

The latest formula from uses plant-derived active sources of vitamin D that do not require sun exposure and penetrate the skin quickly and efficiently. They’ve combined this with other superior anti-aging ingredients such as natural squalane oil, sunflower oil, and vitamin E. Results from using the Active D Complex include a visible increase in skin radiance, firming, moisture retention, and a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

Vitamin D levels in the body can also be increased by diet and oral supplements, but the overall appearance of the skin will not improve as dramatically as with topical application of an active Vitamin D skin care source, such as the Vital Actives Active D Complex.

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