Why Vitamin A, C, D and E Are Great for Your Skin

Just like your organs need the right nutrition to function well, your skin needs certain vitamins too. Vitamins help your skin in numerous ways, and there are certain vitamins that tackle specific problems. Some vitamins can help your skin look young and healthy, while others can address issues like dry skin. Vitamin C in serums, for instance, have many benefits for the face. You can choose to have supplements or eat healthy; whichever route you choose, remember that your end goal is to get the best vitamins that your body and skin need.

We’re here to help you understand which vitamins are good for your skin, so you can focus on taking them without fail!

Vitamin A

Remember Vitamin A equals antioxidants! You can get a good dose of it through pomegranates, carrots, spinach and so on. For retinol, which is a type of Vitamin A, you can have some form of eggs or dairy. The first thing Vitamin A tackles, is wrinkles and also repairs skin damage. It also protects your vision and reduces your chances of lung cancer. Did you know Vitamin A is also used for skin whitening purposes? 

Vitamin C

If you’ve seen or used any of our serums, you know exactly how much we love Vitamin C! Because it helps create collagen, a connective tissue that makes sure your skin is firm aka your anti aging vitamin. It can also protect your skin from free radicals by boosting your immunity. Citrus fruits are your best bet to get a healthy dose of Vitamin C, you can also find them in tomatoes, strawberries and other veggies.

Vitamin D

The sunshine vitamin reduces acne and fights infections! The best source of Vitamin D is found in the early morning sun, but if you don’t have enough of that, you can also find good sources through mushroom, milk, eggs, and fish.

Vitamin E

If you want to get rid of acne and have the power to fight free radicals, then Vitamin E is your answer. It also prevents dryness of the skin and anti-aging. Whether its fruits, veggies, nuts like almonds, seeds, or vegetable oils; choose one or all of them to get your dose of the Vitamin E!

So, there you go, this is how vitamins help with skin repair. How about trying your best to =include these vitamins in your diet?

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