Just like anti-aging creams, skin vitamins play an important role in a healthy complexion -- a fact that has been confirmed many times over in health and medical journals.
But many people are confused as to what constitutes a good skin vitamin. As a Health Advisor people would often ask me "what vitamins do I need for a great complexion ?"
Well, there are several important vitamins to consider....
Other Supplements for Healthy Skin and Body
Ingesting water soluble vitamins such as vitamin B,C and minerals such as zinc and copper, are powerful antioxidants that can have a huge impact on how fast you age.
And by applying some vitamins topically directly to the dermis you can obtain excellent results. Three of these include:
Zinc For Acne? Some research shows that it can be helpful in controlling acne In fact, some experts believe that acne is a symptom of a zinc deficiency.
How Many Diets Have You Been On?
Do you know that every time you go on a diet, your stave your skin too? You have to take care of it from the inside and out.
You not only lose weight, you also lose important vitamins for a nice complexion and good health. Your overall health is reflected in the condition of your skin.
Here are some basic and simple tips to look younger:
These four tips will help keep you looking younger longer. Still don't know what to eat?
Check out the Skin Care Recipes sample menu.
Are You Taking Diet Drugs That May Interfere With Important Vitamins?
Many diet drugs - even the over-the-counter ones like Alli, can affect your complexion and health.
Alli is a fat blocker
meaning it blocks the absorption of those all essential fatty acids and
fat soluble vitamins that help keep the dermis moist and soft.
It binds with those fats so they can't be digested and
carries them out of the body, but that also means your complexion won't
get them either.
Certain fats like omega-3 fatty acids are very important for your complexion. They act as antioxidants to strengthen and protect.
They are important for the life cycle of dermis
cells, and helps prevent acne and dry scaly complexion.
What To Do?
If your dieting and/or taking drugs like Alli make sure you also take a good vitamins that contain fat soluble vitamins (A, D, and E).
Your daily vitamins should contain at least 5,000 IU of vitamin A
(including mixed carotenoids), 400 -800 IU of vitamin D and no less than
400 IU of vitamin E.
And make sure not to take these vitamins when you take Alli – Space them out a few hours before or after taking Alli.
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