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Research suggests that there is nothing more important for the health and beauty of your skin than vitamins. Below is a list of vitamins that are beneficial for the skin and how to get them.
Vitamin C is one of the main ingredients found in anti-aging skin products. Oral intake of it protects the skin from UV rays by decreasing cell damage and soothing wounds. It heals damaged skin, reduces wrinkles and prevents dry skin; making your skin look years younger.
It is advisable to take 1000 mg of Vitamin C every day. It can be found in:
- Citrus fruits like oranges
- Plant-based sources such as strawberries and spinach
- Fruit juice
When your skin is exposed to sunlight, cholesterol converts to vitamin D, which is transported throughout your body to create healthier cells. Vitamin D is helpful in improving your skin tone. A man-made version of vitamin D is Calcitriol, which is a cream that is used to treat people with psoriasis.
Doctors recommend and intake of 600 IU of vitamin D every day. To increase your intake, you can:
- Take in 10 minutes of daily sunlight
- Eat fortified foods like cereals and yoghurt
- Eat foods like cod, salmon, and tuna
- Drink orange juice
Vitamin E is produced by the body, naturally, through sebum. It keeps the skin moisturized and prevents dryness. Sebum is the very thing that “oil-free” face-washes eliminate from our skin, inducing dryness and cracks, which then creates a need for their “moisturizing” products. Vitamin E intake is necessary in case of a sebum deficiency for it is pivotal in the treatment of skin inflammation.
Adults need 15 mg of vitamin E daily. To increase your intake, naturally, you can:
- Eat nuts and seeds including sunflower seeds, almonds, and hazelnuts
Vitamin K is required for blood clotting, which is essential for the healing of wounds and bruises. Vitamin K also helps in soothing conditions such as scars, dark spots, dark circles, and stretch marks.
Adults need between 90 and 120 ,g of vitamin K each day. Its intake can be increased by consuming foods such as:
- green beans
Vitamins are a crucial nutrient for keeping your body and skin healthy. Popping vitamin pills may seem the easiest way to cover your body’s needs; however, building healthy eating habits ensures that your skin remains in top notch condition for life.
When you need help clearing up blemishes and acne scars, you should call LDI to set up an appointment. Dr. Jacob Rispler has decades of experience with a wide array of lasers which can get rid of stretch marks and wrinkles and his laser skin treatments can make a substantial difference for your appearance.
Call LDI at (866) 809-1102 today!