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5 Essential Vitamins for Beautiful Skin

posted in Skin & Body
04/06/2015
  • Vitamins have long been known to support healthy immune systems and bones. But, what about your surface? Can a supplement also help cure the daily blemishes and hits your skin takes? Yes, it absolutely can! Vitamin skincare is all the rage and for good reason. Check out these 5 vitamins that will keep your skin glowing all year long and how to incorporate them into your diet.

  • 1. Vitamin C:

    Vitamin C is your key to anti-aging skincare. Not only does it help fight free radicals, but it also adds density, tightness and glow to skin, while also eliminating uneven skin tone. About suggests looking for serums and moisturizers that come in ” an airless chamber pump.” Apparently, Vitamin C is hard to keep stable, especially when introduced to air. Good sources of Vitamin C include papayas, red bell peppers, broccoli, kale, oranges, strawberries, and cauliflower.

  • 2. Vitamin A:

    Commonly called retinol, this vitamin is found in almost all topical acne medicines. So what’s behind this little supplement? It forces your skin cells to “turn over”. That means fresh new cells are pushed to the surface, leaving your skin rejuvenated. Vitamin A will help reduce wrinkles by firming and tightening the skin. But, be careful because retinol can be pretty harsh. Protect those newly exposed cells with an SPF lotion of at least 30! Foods like sweet potatoes, carrots, dark leafy greens, cantaloupe, lettuce, and dried apricots are good sources of this vitamin.

  • 3. Vitamin D:

    So there’s a little conundrum surrounding Vitamin D. Our bodies do not naturally create it. In fact, to produce Vitamin D ourselves, we need to have direct exposure to UV rays. That’s right, no sunscreen, just straight sun–hence the nickname the “Sunshine Vitamin.”

  • Helps minimize acne, boost elasticity, stimulate collagen production, enhance radiance, and lessen lines and the appearance of dark spots.This vitamin can be found in foods like salmon, fortified cereals, milk, eggs, mushrooms, and tuna.

  • 4. Vitamin E:

    This vitamin is essential to keeping your skin moisturized. But, it is also an antioxidant known for neutralizing free radicals, protecting your collagen, and repairing your skin. Our bodies naturally create Vitamin E, which is secreted on the surface of our skin as an oily substance, 7 days after consuming a Vitamin E rich food. It creates a protective layer on our skin’s surface.

  • Stick to ingesting this vitamin rather than taking supplements, if you can. Studies seem to support benefits for long-term use of supplemental Vitamin E, but recent studies have also shown some severe reactions to the supplement. Talk to you doctor before purchasing the supplement. Vitamin-E rich foods include tofu, spinach, nuts, avocados, shrimp, olive oil, and cooked broccoli.

  • 5. Vitamin K:

    Say “goodnight” to those under eye circles with this vitamin in your beauty tool kit. Vitamin K helps control blood clotting and helps your circulatory system, which is one of the main causes of puffiness under eyes. Applied topically, it can also help with any popping veins. It may also contain retinol, which thickens the skin and helps bulk up that translucent layer under the eye. Excellent sources of this vitamin include kale, spinach, broccoli, asparagus, spinach, brussels sprouts, and collard greens.

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