Coenzyme Q10


Botany & Composition

Topical CoQ-10 can be botanically derived from yeast fermentation (no worries, it is gluten free) or bacteria fermentation.

Historical Uses

CoQ-10 is known to protect against environmental stressors that can lead to duller, older looking skin. It is used to promote a brighter looking complexion. Coenzyme Q or vitamin Q10, is often abbreviated as CoQ10 or CoQ-10.

Stories & Legends

This substance is ubiquitous in the human body, which is how it got its other name, ubiquinone, but diminishes as we age and from stress. Coenzyme Q10 was first discovered by American scientist, Professor Frederick Crane in 1957, at the University of Wisconsin.

Found In

CoQ-10 Toner