A selection of the best supplement packs, creams and vegan topicals to support your skin’s health inside and out. They contain natural active ingredients like solasodine glycosides (BEC5), vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and rose otto, the essential oil from the world-famous Bulgarian Damask Rose. We’ve got everything from convenient capsules to easy-to-apply lotions for a comprehensive and uncompromising approach to skincare.
At for the Ageless, we know how important it is to buy safe, high-quality, and effective skincare capsules and creams. We have an exceptional knowledge of our products and personally test every item we stock. For a skin care supplement to be sold at for the Ageless it must meet our selection criteria:
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If you want to know more about the skincare topicals and supplements we sell, we’d love to hear from you. We are available to arrange a one-to-one consultation with an expert via:
Everything we sell comes directly from the supplier or main distributor; it’s then shipped from a state-of-the-art facility in Brackmills Industrial Estate, Northampton. This is one of the few organic warehouses in England that meets the high standards set out by the EU, DEFRA, and the Soil Association.
Skincare isn’t just creams and lotions you put on your skin, it can also be supplements formulated to improve the health and appearance of your skin from the inside. These supplements can enhance the effect of topically applied products by addressing any underlying nutritional issues that may be affecting your skin health.
The packs that we’ve chosen include a comprehensive blend of vitamins, minerals and other active ingredients. They each contain a range of substances that are essential to the body processes that replenish cells and keep your skin in optimal health. For example, skincare supplements will likely include:
Vegan skincare products do not contain any animal parts or by-products and are not tested on animals. It’s harder to find well made vegan skincare than you’d expect because animal products have been used in creams and lotions for centuries. Although the best vegan products are well labelled, like those we’ve chosen, there are some animal-based products that you need to look out for:
Beeswax – Sometimes bee products slip under the radar, but they’re classed as animal by-products and aren’t vegan. Usually used as a carrier substance because of its firm texture, beeswax is a useful ingredient but can easily be swapped for a plant-based alternative. Instead of beeswax, some brands use plant waxes like the carnauba wax found in some of Alteya Organics’ eye creams. It comes from the leaves of a Brazillian palm called Copernicia Cerifera.
Honey – Another bee product, honey, is sometimes used on oily skin and adds a sweet fragrance. Maple syrup or molasses are often used instead of honey in vegan skincare.
Collagen – This is usually taken from animal or fish skin, bones and cartilage. It is possible to produce vegan collagen using genetically altered yeast, but a more common option is to include substances like vitamin C, zinc and copper to support your body to make its own collagen.
Lanolin – Is harvested from sheep and is excellent at locking moisture into balms or creams. Wonderfully, shea butter that can be found in many of the creams here makes an excellent vegan alternative.
Before you swallow any supplements or apply any creams, you must know that you’re buying good quality products. Poorly made skincare may not work and could irritate or damage your skin. To ensure you only buy the best, you can check:
The expiration date – Only accept products that are in date and haven’t been sitting in a warehouse for years.
For parabens, formaldehyde and sulfates – These are all ingredients that should be avoided. They may cause irritation or even affect your hormones levels.
For unverified claims – UK and EU brands should not be making claims about their products or ingredients that seem unlikely or can’t be reasonably backed up with evidence. In most cases, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Look for reviews, lab tests or awards that verify any impressive claims such as “completely removes wrinkles in five days”.
That it suits your skin type – For a skin product to work, it needs to be appropriate to your skin. If you know your skin type, you're more likely to be able to find a product that matches your needs and gives you results. The three main skin types are:
What active ingredients it contains – There are numerous excellent skincare ingredients available, but some of the best include:
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