So, vitamin F is a healthy fat, a combination of lipids found in chia seeds, almonds, soybeans, and many vegetable oils (from sunflower to mustard). Vitamin F is useful not only in food, but also in the composition of various cosmetic products (from cream to shampoo).
This is what we know about the properties of this component in cosmetics:
― well humidifies skin and interferes with loss of moisture;
― strengthens the barrier functions of the skin;
― reduces rashes at acne;
– soothes and has an anti-inflammatory effect;
– can be used for conditions such as dermatitis, eczema, rosacea.
“Means with this asset are especially recommended for people with dry and/or sensitive skin, as well as for those who suffer from eczema, dermatitis, ichthyosis. For facial skin, vitamin F is useful if the protective barrier is damaged, there is dryness and redness”, says María Lapina, dermatologist, cosmetologist, trichologist.
The uniqueness of vitamin F lies primarily in its versatility. As a beauty ingredient, it is suitable for all skin types, including mature, problematic and atopic. In addition, it has practically no side effects.