A deficiency in vitamin B12 levels can cause various dermatologic symptoms, including nail discolouration, hyper-pigmentation, hair changes, vitiligo, and angular stomatitis (inflamed and cracked mouth corners).
It is also a key factor when aiming for skin radiance as it minimises the look of dark and uneven skin tone, making it an ideal go-to for mature clients. It boosts the fibroblast to increase collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid production, improving texture, elasticity and hydration.
Vitamin B12 has also been shown in studies to help minimise erythema and improve inflammation.
Eight benefit of Vitamin B12:
. Supports Skins, Nails and Hair
. Benefits brain health
. Support the nervous system
. Improves mood
. Improve Heart Health
. Increases Energy
. Formation of red blood cells
How does vitamin B12 work?
Cyanocobalamin is the form used in skincare and it is produced via the fermentation of selected microorganisms. It is quite an uncommon ingredient in the skincare world, but it does herald some impressive results. It is very stable and gentle vitamin, so it can be used daily and it increases cellular energy to boost multiple cell processes in particular regeneration and repair. It can also be applied topically to reduce dryness, inflammation and acne, and can be helpful when treating issues like eczema and dermatitis. However, applying B12 to the skin alone isn’t as beneficial as consuming the ingredient.
Vitamin B12 Injections would insert the needed amount of vitamin straight into the blood circulation system to boost the red blood cell production and benefit whole body more efficiently and it gets to work quicker. Vitamin B12 injections are absolutely safe and whatever amount is not needed in the body will leave through urinary system.