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Skin Factor 2

UV protection with vitamins A,C & E, Polypodium and Fennel.
New Skin Factor 2

Sun-protection in a capsule!

Exposure to sunlight and UV radiation triggers the rapid generation and accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in skin cells, with consequent increase in oxidative stress and thus in photoaging. 

Exogenous supplementation with dietary antioxidants and/or skin pre-treatment with antioxidant-based lotions before sun exposure might be a winning strategy against age-related skin pathologies. In this context, plants produce many secondary metabolites to protect themselves from UV radiations and these compounds can also protect the skin from photoaging. Skin Factor 2 is designed to protect our skin form overexposure to the sun.

Key vitamins & nutrients 
Skin Factor 2 is a well-balanced multi-ingredient formula with:

  • Vitamin A helps maintain healthy skin
  • Vitamin C helps to protect DNA, proteins and lipids from oxidative damage 
  • Vitamin E helps maintain normal skin and protects against UV-B
  • Lutein and zeaxanthin are found in our skin in significant amounts. In both the skin and eyes, these carotenoids  protect the skin’s DNA, proteins and lipids from oxidative damage
  • Indications for the use of ferulic acid include skin aging and photoaging. A natural source rich in Ferulic acid is the vegetable Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare). Skin Factor 2 contains 500 mg of Foeniculum per capsule
  • Borage oil is rich in γ-linolenic acid (GLA), which helps to keep the skin's lipid barrier intact
  • Polypodium is used in sun protection creams
  • Arctium Lappa supports healthy skin and has anti-inflammotory effects

Skin Factor 2 is the second step to skin beauty and contributes to protecting the skin from the damaging effects of UV-radiation. It works especially well in Spring and Summer periods.

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For both men & women. Skin Factor 2 is the second step to maintain a healthy skin. With natural ingredients such as Polypodium Leucotomos and Arctium Lappa (Burdock). These plants have protected themselves against overexposure to the sun. Skin Factor 2 also contains Fennel, rich in Ferulic acid.


 Right blend of active ingredients

 2 month supply in 1 box

 Step 2 towards beautiful skin! 

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