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Thinking of Improving Your Skin? Certain Vitamins Give you Better Skin?

Updated on April 2, 2017

You know when you were young and your mom insisted that you take vegetables and certain fruits before or after each meal, at the time it may seem like punishment. But growing up, you will understand it's good to eat fruits and vegetables. Diets rich in vitamins will always help you improve your overall health.

A skin will always reflect what you choose to put into your body; after all, healthy skin comes from the inside out. If you choose to eat processed diets that are full of sugar and chemicals, you will always have dull, oily skin.

On the other hand, certain food that contains vitamins improves and nourishes your skin texture, leaving you with healthy and attractive skin. Studies also have shown that nutrition and great skin are very much related. Nutrition plays a great role in your complexion.

Vitamins are extremely important if you want to have a better skin. This is the reason why you see many skin care products that contain high amount of vitamins. But the best type of vitamins is the one you get from natural sources such as from fruits and vegetables.

Thinking of Improving Your Skin? Here are 4 Top Vitamins for a Better Skin

1. Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a vital vitamin necessary for the health of the skin. This vitamin helps you maintain and repair important skin tissues. Most people that are suffering from vitamin A deficiency always have dry, flaky complexion, you can solve this problem by incorporating more food that provides you with vitamin A into your diet. Some natural sources of Vitamin A include carrots, leafy vegetables, and sweet potatoes, among others.

According to a research by the American Academy of Dermatology, vitamin A can help you control acne and reduce wrinkles when they are used on skin care products.

2. Vitamin B Complex

Vitamin B Complex is extremely important vitamin due to the role it plays in the body. They can be found from natural sources such as eggs, rice, oatmeal, and bananas. Among other benefits, Vitamin B provides the body with nutrient known as "biotin". This nutrient is what is responsible for forming the base of skin, nails, and hair cells.

When you lack Vitamin B complex or have too little, it may lead to hair loss or condition known as dermatitis. Skin care products that contain vitamin B complex can help you to hydrate skin cells and give your skin a healthy glow. Vitamin B complex also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help you fight off diseases.

3. Vitamin C

Vitamin C is important for collagen production and fighting cold on the skin. This vital vitamin can help you to improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles, and increase your overall skin health. Vitamin C can be found from natural sources such as leafy greens, citrus fruits, cauliflower, bell peppers and more. Eat more of Vitamin C to improve your skin health.

4. Vitamin E

If you want to banish the appearance of scars and dry skin from your body, then you should consume more of Vitamin E. This vitamin helps the skin to look more soft and supple especially when you add foods such as olives, nuts, and spinach to your diet.

Apart from helping your skin look soft and attractive, this Vitamin will also increase the health and appearance of your hair. To remove the scar on your body, find oil that is made from Vitamin E and rub it on the affected area, this will reduce the appearance of the scar overtime.

5. Vitamin K

Dark circles and bruises on the body can be banished with the use of Vitamin K. This vitamin is extremely important when you are on the mission to fade discolorations on the skin. You can as well make use of Vitamin K to reduce wrinkles on your face and skin. You can get Vitamin K by filling your diet with dark, leafy greens.


Vitamins can help you get a better skin. You can be able to get the best type of vitamins when you add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. Most vitamins occur in fruit and vegetables. Additionally, using skin care products made from these important vitamins can as well help you improve the appearance of your skin.


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