FLAWLESS SKIN COMES FROM WITHIN
THE BEST VITAMINS FOR YOUR SKIN
It’s actually true when people say that beauty comes from within. Your nice personality is obviously one thing when it comes to being beautiful, but also a spotless, even skin starts from taking care of the inside. From what you eat and drink to what products you treat your skin with. Moisturizing face masks, E-vitamin filled day creams and other vitamin rich treats you can nourish your skin with are always a good idea when it comes to reaching your skins’ fullest potential. Here are some of the most benefitting vitamins, in which products and foods you can find them and what different skin problems they target.
Most people in their 30’s may have slowly started to develop a few fine lines. This unavoidable process can at least be slowed down with Vitamin A, which has been proven to reduce wrinkles and acne, fade brown spots, repair skin and smooth roughness.
Products that are rich in vitamin A are: Avène YstheAL Anti-Wrinkle Cream, Glow by Dr Brandt Overnight Resurfacing Serum and Perricone MD Firming Eye Cream.
Foods: Carrots, sweet potato, kale, spinach, apricots, broccoli and eggs
Dryness is one of the most common skin problems for many. Especially when seasons change, with winter being the worst period of time. This is when it’s time to store up on some real good creams, serums or whatever your skin needs, as long as it’s filled with Vitamin E. This supplement also repairs damaged skin, treats stretch marks and thickens hair.
You can find it in: The Body Shop Vitamin E Sink-in Moisture Mask, Jo Malone Vitamin E Daily Moisturising Crème and Dermalogica Intensive Eye Repair.
Foods: Sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, mango, avocado, broccoli, spinach, kiwi and tomato
Vitamin D is known as the number one acne and “sunshine” vitamin. Besides from the many health benefits you get from indulging in this vitamin, it is proven to be very effective for treating rosacea and psoriasis, repairing skin damage, preventing infection, growing strong, thick hair and being anti-inflammatory.
Try these products: Dr Dennis Gross Active Vitamin D Serum-Oil, Goldfaden Skincare Vitamin D Face Cream and Dr. Brandt Power Dose Sunshine Vitamin.
Foods: Salmon, sardines, shrimp, milk, orange juice and yoghurt
Written by ISABEL JÄRNSTRÖM
Edited by DILIARA ZAINASHOVA
Visual editor ROCCO COLLAZZO