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Wellness Trend for 2018: Skin-boosting supplements

Every day, your skin goes to battle with the environment. UV rays, pollution, blue light from laptops, and harsh ingredients do a number on our skin—which is why skincare that protects against technology and the pollutants of the modern world is expected to be a huge wellness trend in 2018. Thankfully,  jane iredale – The Skincare Makeup® is rising to the occasion with new ingestible beauty supplements designed to help fuel optimal skin function and, of course, a healthy glow.

 

“We wanted to give women the complete tools to attain perfect skin.

We already gave her clean skin care and makeup, but we knew we could do more if we could help the skin from the inside.”

–          Jane Iredale, president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, Ltd.

 

See below for insight on three supplements that target specific skincare needs including ways they fight environmental stressors your skin might encounter over the day. Made from clean, sustainably sourced ingredients by Advanced Nutrition Programme in the U.K. the formulas were researched extensively (for 10 whole years!) before being finalized.

Skin Vitamin A

($33, janeiredale.com)

Improves Skin Quality

 

 

 

Skin Vitamin A contains vitamin A enriched with vitamin D. Vitamin A is important to cell production and growth. Vitamin D optimizes the skin’s immune system and helps to destroy free radicals that can cause premature aging.

 

 

 

“Vitamins A and D work in synergy to help maintain healthy, youthful-looking skin….and have sun-protection qualities as they assist with oil and moisture balance in the skin.”

Jane Iredale

Skin Antioxidant

($50, janeiredale.com)

 

Hyperpigmentation Solution

 

 

 

Work towards a more even skin tone with seven plant-derived phytonutrients for a dose of antioxidants (which could help protect against fine lines and hyperpigmentation caused by free radicals)

 

 

 

“Skin Antioxidant is ideal for anyone, but particularly those seeking skin protection and anyone with sun damage or pigmentation.”

-Jane Iredale

Skin Omegas

($47, janeiredale.com)

 

Get a Glowing Complexion

 

 

Sustainably-sourced fish oil and evening primrose oil give you a major dose of omega-3 and omega-6 to hydrate skin from within—getting you closer to your glowy skin goals.

 

 

“For someone experiencing dry, sensitive, or flushed skin we would recommend Skin Omegas”

-Jane Iredale

 

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