The 4 Best Vitamins For You and Your Skin

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a crucial ingredient in a variety of natural skin care products and organic cosmetics, such as serums, moisturizers, sunscreens, makeup, and more. It's well known as being a fix for wrinkles, fine lines, and sunspots, and although it can be found in a variety of foods, food intake isn’t the best way to get it to your skin. That's where natural skin care products come in. 

Vitamin A in skincare products boosts collagen production, minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It also fights the appearance of hyperpigmentation and UV damage, and kills off dead skin sales and unclogs pores. Increased Vitamin A in your organic skin care regimen will contribute to younger looking skin. 


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Pro-Vitamin B5

Pro-Vitamin B5, also known as Panthenol, is one of 8 B vitamins, and can be found in a lot of different foods such as vegetables, meats, fishes, and many dairy products. Pro-Vitamin B5 can also be found in a variety of clean and organic skin care products, and it’s no secret why.

Pro-Vitamin B5 works wonders for your skin, making it softer, smoother, and healthier all-together. It functions as both a humectant, which draws moisture into the skin, and an emollient, which locks the moisture into the cracks of our skin, making it your one-stop-shop for hydrating and moisturizing your skin. 

On top of adding moisture, Pro-Vitamin B5 helps to stimulate cells that boost your skin’s natural barrier. With a healthier, stronger natural barrier, your skin will better be able to lock in moisture on its own. So if you are experiencing dry or flakey skin, this is the ingredient for you. 

In addition, it also has anti-inflammatory properties that help stimulate the skin's natural rebuilding process from UV damage, redness and irritation, and wounds. 

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Vitamin C

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Found in citrus fruits, peppers, and kale, Vitamin C has long been known for its health benefits and connection to the immune system. But more importantly, it is vital to your skin's health.

Vitamin C combats damage caused by too much sun exposure, helps with hyperpigmentation, and evens out dark spots without changing the skin’s natural color. In addition, it helps reduce old acne scars, discoloration under the eyes, and works as an added highlighter-giving your skin a healthy, natural glow. 

As we age and are more exposed to environmental pollutants, our natural Vitamin C levels have been known to decrease significantly, so making sure that you incorporate Vitamin C into your natural skincare routine is incredibly important. 

Vitamin C regulates the enzymes responsible for collagen production, which helps your skin stay smooth and supple. As an antioxidant, Vitamin C helps your skin rejuvenate from sun exposure and free radicals, which can damage your skin, and brings firmness and elasticity to your skin, which helps with sagging and aging.


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Vitamin E

Vitamin E (tocopherol) oil is the most recent skin care obsession that you might have heard of but have no idea what it is or what it does. Vitamin E is a fat soluble antioxidant, which we derive from sunflowers, that can greatly benefit your skin when applied topically. It is incredibly moisturizing and soothing, penetrating deep into your skin to preserve lipids in your face and keep your skin hydrated and firm.

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Vitamin E also functions as somewhat of an invisible barrier against everything your skin comes in contact with throughout the day, such as UV rays, dirt and oils, and environmental pollutants. It works to neutralize any of these stressors to prevent damage to our natural collagen production. 

By protecting our skin against UV exposure, Vitamin E works to reduce dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sagging skin, and much more. 


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