Founded in 2006, the Advanced Nutrition Programme was inspired by ground-breaking research demonstrating the benefits that vitamins and nutrients can have to feed the skin from within*. Since launch, the company has embarked on a pioneering journey to develop evidence-based oral skincare supplements that not only encourage healthy skin but help support a sustainable future.
Our managing director and co-founder, David Alpert has over 30 years’ experience in the professional skincare industry and is a passionate advocate for sustainability in business.
A passion for the environment has been central to the Advanced Nutrition Programme story from the beginning. We invest heavily in sustainable practices and our sustainable packaging became 100% environmentally friendly in 2017. Additionally, Alpert works with the UK government to raise awareness and promote change in our industry.
Based at our state-of-the-art Skin Research Centre in London, our team of nutritional and skin experts formulate supplements backed by innovative science and rigorous research. Using industry leading skin analysis equipment and meticulous testing, we develop supplements to deliver results – maintaining skin health and targeting skin concerns.
In all our scientifically formulated supplements, we focus on potent, premium and sustainably sourced ingredients to deliver results for all skin.
Our iconic, award-winning formulations include: Skin Accumax™ – launched in 2012, our patented supplement for problem skin, Skin Ultimate – a 28-day system combating skin ageing, and Skin Omegas+ – for daily skin health and hydration.
Our experts continue to expand our range, innovating with the latest supplement technologies. In 2019 The launch of Skin Youth Biome™ broke new ground, harnessing microbiome science to support skin health.
Since launch, our relentless focus on efficacy and quality has secured international acclaim. Our products are available in over 20 countries worldwide, via an exclusive network of over 3,500 skin care professionals, salons, clinics and select, premium retailers.
*Richelle, Myriam et al. “Skin bioavailability of dietary vitamin E, carotenoids, polyphenols, vitamin C, zinc and selenium.” The British journal of nutrition vol. 96,2 (2006): 227-38.