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If we want our skin to be healthy and radiant, we need to nourish it μ vitamins! Topical application of vitamins is definitely extremely useful and proven to be effective – for example, our skin is able to take full advantage of the amount of vitamin C that we apply topically. That is why, after all, we find them in beauty products, in various combinations, depending on the purpose of the design of each product. However, the intake of vitamins through food helps to improve the overall quality of health of our body and consequently our skin.
Below, we will see some key vitamins that if we make them an integral part of our diet and our body benefits from them daily, our skin will change its appearance.
Vitamin E is a powerful fat-soluble antioxidant that fights the action of free radicals, thus delaying skin aging. It seals the moisture inside the cells and enhances the production of collagen, thus reducing the lines and the depth of wrinkles while, at the same time, it helps the function of the natural barrier that protects the skin. When combined with other antioxidant molecules, the results are even more impressive.
In addition to being a beneficial ingredient in local skin care, as mentioned above, Vitamin C contributes to the overall production of collagen and elastin, improves microcirculation, prevents water loss and activates the natural defense and repair mechanisms. It also works as an antioxidant, protecting the skin from damage caused by pollution and sun exposure – this, of course, by no means means that it can replace our sunscreen.
B complex Vitamins (B2, B6)
B Complex Vitamins are ideal for maintaining a uniform skin tone and fighting the signs of aging. They help in the respiration and renewal of its cells and in the prevention of the formation of lines but also of dry skin (B2). The skin is kept firm, supple and radiant. At the same time, they help treat acne and eczema while fighting skin blemishes by regulating hormones (B6).
As we find out, vitamins play an important role in maintaining the youthfulness of our skin, therefore, our proper nutrition is just as important. Sources of the above vitamins are many foods. However, the total of these and even more vitamins can be found in a single fruit, in our eternal ally, the goji berry !
Extra sources of Vitamin E: sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, olive oil
Extra sources of Vitamin C: orange, grapefruit, kiwi, red pepperExtra sources of Vitamins B2, B6: yogurt, eggs, mushrooms, broccoli, almonds – potatoes, rice, beans, peanuts, avocado, plums