Skin From Within

Do skin supplements really work?

We believe in feeding your body (and skin) for optimal health. Skin care starts from within and what you put into your body matters and shows up on your skin. None of us eats a perfectly healthy and well-rounded diet every day, and even when we do, we may not absorb all the nutrients from our food. We benefit from supplements because of the difference in genetics, exposure to environmental damage (toxins and pollution), exposure to the sun, medical conditions and overall lifestyle choices.

Using the correct skincare routine and supplement will leave your skin glowing from within! Your body needs a balanced supply of nutrients to stay healthy and your skin, which is the largest organ in the human body, is no different. A skin-friendly supplement helps to contribute to healthy skin and provides a 360-degree approach to skincare delivering targeted nutrients to the skin that we don’t get in topical treatments and nourishing foods.

Introducing a skincare supplement with the optimum concentration of vitamins, minerals and nutrients can reverse skin damage, protect your skin and improve skin conditions.

Top 5 Tips for Healthy Skin:

  1. Drink more water. All the organs in the human body need water to function optimally (at their best) and the skin is the largest organ! Drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day will help to rid the skin of toxins, improve radiance and glow, and keep the skin moisturised from within. Nothing will happen overnight, but after a few weeks of increasing your water intake you will see how hydration affects your skin!
  2. Cut sugar out of your diet. A sugary diet creates the perfect environment for acne to thrive. Despite increasing inflammation and oil production it also suppresses our immune system and leaves you vulnerable to acne-causing bacteria lurking on your skin. The excess oil creates a greasy environment for bacteria to grow and populate.
  3. Exercise regularly. Exercise will help to cleanse your skin cells from the inside. By boosting blood circulation, exercise helps to nourish skin cells by improving oxygen and nutrient supply to skin cells and removing waste products and toxic debris. This circulation boost creates immediate results and a ‘lit from within’ glow.
  4. Manage your stress. Stress increases the body’s production of hormones that make the skin oily. It also decreases the body’s ability to fight off bacteria that causes acne. There are many things that you can do to keep your stress levels low. You may consider yoga, exercise or meditation.
  5. Eat a healthy, balanced diet. A healthy diet will improve your overall health and the health of your skin. A diet full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein will have your skin looking its best. Nuts and fish are especially good for cleaning out bad oils from your body.

Our Solution the RITES way:

Vitality Champion: Powerful supplement packed with skincare nutrients to reduce inflammation associated with acne and pimple-prone skin. The formulation targets the four main causes of problematic skin: excessive oiliness, inflammation, bacterial overgrowth and poor skin health.

How it works:

  • Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant and helps prevent acne.
  • Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and promotes the healing of damaged skin.
  • Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and protects the skin from damage.
  • Vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin A work synergistically in the body to further enhance each one’s effectiveness.
  • Zinc prevents acne and regulates the function of the skin oil glands.
  • Selenium works with Vitamin E as a powerful antioxidant to protect the skin from damage.
  • Grape seed and pine bark are sources of the antioxidant oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC) and assist in preventing skin inflammation and damage.
  • Primrose oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which assists with the regulation of sex hormones, including estrogen and testosterone.

Usage instructions: Take one capsule and one softgel every morning before breakfast.

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