Skin & Vitamins

In the intestines, you will find the majority of our immune system, and therefore, we want to take good care of the gut and its beneficial bacteria. Probiotic lactic acid bacteria contribute to better gut health. A balanced gut flora is the key to a healthy stomach. Beneficial bacteria facilitate digestion and support the immune system. Inulin is a prebiotic. Prebiotics are fibers that work together with probiotics to promote better gut health.

Piperine is the active substance in black pepper. It has interesting properties and has been closely studied for its effect on nutrient absorption in the gut. Piperine works especially well together with, among others, Vitamin C, B, and biotin. Piperine inhibits enzymes that break down nutrients like vitamins and minerals, resulting in substances staying in the body for longer. Additionally, black pepper and piperine are gentle on the stomach and contribute to better intestinal health.


Vitamin C is recognized for its powerful antioxidant properties. It plays a vital role in the immune system and acts as a carrier, aiding the body's absorption of other vitamins and minerals. Additionally, it protects our cells from oxidative stress and combats free radicals. Vitamin C also stimulates cell synthesis and is crucial for collagen production in the skin. Collagen is known for strengthening the skin's elasticity and promoting a plump appearance.

Pantothenic acid (B5) is a water-soluble vitamin. It is a component in the body linked to metabolism and contributes to mental performance. Pantothenic acid helps the body convert carbohydrates and fats into energy. Therefore, this vitamin is popular among those seeking to boost their mental stamina and those dealing with acne issues.

Biotin has a positive impact on both hair, skin, and nails. Biotin is a true skin savior that keeps the skin healthy. It helps maintain a balanced skin microflora, which is necessary to keep inflammation and skin issues at bay.

Q10 is a powerful antioxidant that naturally forms in the body and acts as a master protector of skin cells against oxidative stress. It also plays a vital role in maintaining strong and vibrant skin. Q10 is commonly found in many anti-aging creams, but what many people don't realize is that it can counteract wrinkles and aging when taken internally.

As we age, the levels of Q10 in the body decrease, which can impact the production of collagen and elastin - essential components for maintaining skin strength and elasticity.

Magnesium is known as nature's calming mineral, our anti-stress mineral. Every cell in the body relies on sufficient amounts of magnesium to function optimally. The facial muscles, brain, and nervous system need magnesium to function normally. Since the body cannot store magnesium very well, it is important that we get it daily. Stress has a negative impact on the skin, and magnesium helps the body to de-stress.

If the skin undergoes changes, it may be due to a lack of zinc. Zinc is essential for life and contributes to maintaining healthy skin and hair properties. Insufficient zinc can lead to hair loss and impaired wound healing. Zinc also plays a role in maintaining a normal functioning immune system, normal testosterone levels in the blood, and normal fertility. It protects our cells against oxidative stress and contributes to normal vision.

Vitamin B12 is essential for our nervous system and plays a crucial role in promoting the function of skin cells and increasing cell metabolism. The skin greatly benefits from vitamin B12 as it works from the inside out to counteract redness and scarring. B12 also contributes to maintaining healthy skin and hair.

Do you want to read more about research on active bacterial culture (probiotics) related to the skin?

The Swedish Food Agencyøkking.pdf