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Best Vitamins for Skin

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Best Vitamins for Skin

Skin is the largest organ in our body and it protects us from harmful microbes and elements. In order for our skin to properly function, utmost care is needed. Our Skin needs the best vitamins whether eating, drinking or applying skincare products that have vitamins. But what are the best vitamins for the skin?


Vitamin D

We often get vitamin D from the sun for just 10–15 minutes of daily exposure. Once our skin absorbs the sunlight, the cholesterol converts to vitamin D and it will be taken up by your liver and kidneys and transported throughout the body to create healthy cells. Sunlight is not only the source of vitamin D. You canget in fish, eggs, and fortified milk. 


Benefits of Vitamin D on the skin

  1. It lessens Inflammation, in some clinics Doctors used creams that have vitamin D for the treatment of conditions like psoriasis, eczema, and vitiligo.
  2. Vitamin D helps to protect from damaging environmental oxidants that cause premature ageing
  3. It hinders the build-up of dead cells in the skin's surface that may cause psoriasis plaques.



Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the key ingredients found in many skin care products because of its many benefits such as cancer-fighting properties, it helps the production of collagen to keep your skin healthy and help repair and prevent dry skin and many more. There's a lot of vitamin C nowadays in the market from supplements, skincare products, to the foods we eat. You can get vitamin C in citrus foods such as oranges,red pepper, kiwifruit, strawberries, cantaloupe, tomatoes and papaya


The most stable form of Vitamin C for your skin is Ascorbyl Glucoside. The Benefits of Ascorbyl Glucoside are:

  1. Reduce Free Radical Damage
  2. Useful in treating hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tones and age spots
  3. Boost Collagen Production


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Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an antioxidant, the main function is to protect against sun damage. Our body produces vitamin E through sebum, sebum helps keep the skin conditioned and prevents dryness. Vitamin E also helps skin with inflammation. Like vitamin C, vitamin E is already available in many skin care products and supplements however it is being said that getting enough vitamin E orally is much preferable. You can get vitamin E by eating  almonds, hazelnut oil, sunflower oil, goose meat, Atlantic salmon, avocado, mango and octopus.

 

Benefits of Vitamin E on the skin

  1. Since vitamin E is an antioxidant it can stop the damage that free radicals cause to cells.
  2. It reduces the appearance of sunspots, dots, and other marks and imperfections.
  3. Vitamin E provides hydration to the skin and allows it to retain moisture, keeping it healthy over time.



Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a group of fat-soluble retinoids including retinal, retinol and retinyl esters. It is stored in the liver, from which it is mobilized as the free alcohol, retinol. Retinol helps the production of new skin cells to avoid dryness in our skin. There are a lot of topical retinoids in the market right now, these are medications derived from vitamin A formulated as a cream, lotion, foam, emulsion, or gel that treat acne in both adolescents and adults. You may acquire vitamin A in foods such as beef liver however limit the amount because it is high in cholesterol, salmon, cantaloupe, apricots, dairy products and fortified breakfast cereals.




Benefits of Vitamin A on the skin

  1. It treats acne.
  2. Vitamin A helps produce collagen and lessened wrinkles.
  3. It stimulates healthy cell production, which strengthens the outer layer of the skin against infections, bacteria and pollution.



Vitamins are very important in our skin, to prevent skin damage from the sun or skin cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. That's why you need to make sure you get enough vitamins to keep your skin healthy and youthful.

 

References:

https://www.healthline.com/health/4-best-vitamins-for-skin#vitamin-d  

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-929/vitamin-d  

https://www.byrdie.com/vitamin-d-for-skin-4783626#benefits-of-vitamin-d-for-skin 

https://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/ss/slideshow-vitamin-c-sources 

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods-high-in-vitamin-e#TOC_TITLE_HDR_5 

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/vitamin-e-for-skin 

https://fleurandbee.com/blogs/news/vitamin-e-for-skin-benefits 

https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/vitamins-for-skin 

https://www.healthline.com/health/vitamin-a-for-skin#risks 

https://skinkraft.com/blogs/articles/vitamin-a-for-skin#benefits-of-vitamin-a-for-the-skin 

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminA-Consumer/