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Physician formulated Clear Skin Formula is Available as a 30 day supply of the base formula. Our Clear Skin + Probiotic Bundle gives you extra skin health benefits through a balanced skin and gut microbiome.

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Clear Skin Formula


VitaMedica’s Clear Skin Formula has been recommended for over 20 years by medical skin care professionals for their patients with mild to moderate non-cystic acne, aged 12 years or older.

Clear Skin Formula is formulated with vitamins, minerals, and botanicals to address skin health internally and promote a clear complexion.

 Non-cystic acne medications can have potent activity but may have significant side-effects. Go au natural by enhancing the body’s natural systems for repairing, cleansing, and normal healing.

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Clear Skin from Within

Skincare products can work wonders for your complexion, but to have truly beautiful, clear, smooth, even-toned skin, your skin requires nourishment from within with the right vitamins and nutrients. Studies have shown that several vitamins play an important role in skin health: vitamin A and the carotenoids, pantothenic acid (B5), vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin C, and bioflavonoids.

Deficiencies in any of these is a known contributing factor to the development of acne and dimensioned skin health.

When combined with high-quality topicals, these vitamins for clear skin help support the development and maintenance of blemish-free, healthy-looking skin. With our physician formulated Clear Skin solutions, we help fill in the gaps in your diet, putting you one step closer to combatting breakouts and experiencing the clear complexion you’ve been searching for.


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Complement  your healthy diet and topicals, to fill in the gaps for a blemish-free complexion.

Vitamin A

Function/Role in Skin Health: Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a key role in skin health by reducing sebum production and the buildup of keratin in the follicle. For this reason, vitamin A is often one of several vitamins for clear skin. Vitamin A helps stimulate growth of the base layer of the skin cells, allowing healthy skin cells to form, meaning fewer wrinkles, less discoloration, and smoother skin. It also helps cells to differentiate normally and gives them their structural integrity. Lower levels of vitamin A may increase the severity of acne.

Vitamin C

Function/Role in Skin Health: Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential for the development of collagen, the most abundant protein in the body. Collagen provides structural support to the skin. Vitamin C is also a potent antioxidant that works in concert with vitamin E to protect cells from free-radical damage. Vitamin C may also help boost collagen production, protect skin from sun damage, counteract free radicals that cause wrinkles and sagging, fade dark spots, and help to brighten skin.

Vitamin E

Function/Role in Skin Health: Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that prevents the oxidation of fats in the body. The oxidation of sebum, damaged by bacterial growth, may be responsible for the inflammatory aspects of acne. Vitamin E prevents irritating oxidation of sebum. Vitamin E is also important for the proper functioning of vitamin A. Vitamin E may also help protect the cell membrane, retain moisture in the skin, protect against UV damage, and fight free radical damage (breaks down collagen). For these reasons, vitamin E is considered one of the important vitamins for healthy skin.

Vitamin D

Function/Role in Skin Health: Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that in its active form, Calcitr0l, sets off a chemical reaction within keratinocytes, special cells that divide and differentiate constantly. Keratinocytes make up around 95% of skin cells, so the rate of cell renewal is directly linked to the presence of vitamin D. A deficiency in vitamin D may lead to thinner, more fragile, sagging skin, and may also contribute to the development of skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis.