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Vitamin D and Skin Hydration

The role of vitamin D in those processes in the skin which are vital for its ability to bind water have been described in scientific literature. Vitamin D deficiency is common in people suffering from atopic dermatitis, a skin disease which is associated with reduced skin barrier function and skin dryness. Additionally, vitamin D is an important initiator of filaggrin production, which is of particular note in this context, filaggrin being the most important raw material for the production of the Natural Moisturizing Factors (NMF).

Our MultiMoist CLR™ is a hydration powerhouse that activates production of the vitamin D receptor (VDR), promotes the VDR’s activation and potentiates the effect of vitamin D. As a result, MultiMoist CLR moisturizes skin, effects of which are immediate and long term.

Download the PDF below to learn more about the effects of Vitamin D and skin hydration.

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