Q10 has been known and popular on the market for decades. Not only in dietary supplements, but also as a significant ingredient in the cosmetics, which is why the substance is also widely used in cosmetic products.
However, to only think that the skin absorbs Q10 via the surface through cosmetics is rather one-sided thinking. To use the coenzyme Q10 also internally can make sense.
Q10 is a so-called coenzyme (ubiquinone) that plays an important role in your body. It is a fat-soluble substance that has a similarity with vitamin K and vitamin E, and can and will be formed in your body. However, for its formation it needs the presence of some nutrients, such as various B vitamins, iron and some more.