We all use very skin care products to conceal wrinkles, lighten discolouration, get an even skin tone in fix a whole host of other issues that we may have but what is really important that is all these products only work well if your skin healthy within. This requires the right intake of vitamins minerals and other nutrients that are extremely essential for our overall nourishment.
I will be sharing some of my secrets for healthy skin with you today.
Vitamins of youthful skin.
Vitamins are an essential part of our healthy lifestyle and it’s really important to make sure that you do get enough of them having said that: a healthy diet can make sure that this is happening for you”
Now let’s get into some specifics there are benefits for your skin.
Vitamin C and E.
Vitamin C and E are well-known antioxidants that rid the body of free radicals and slow down the ageing process of the skin when club together they protect the body from UV rays which harm your skin by damaging your DNA.
Now, this sounds serious and it is so, makes sure you are getting enough of both these vitamins.
One of the many reasons that vitamin C is so important because it used by the body to produce collagen.
Collagen is the main protein in the human body and it is responsible for giving skin its elasticity and hair strength. Among other things, so vitamin c can help produce wrinkles and if you get out in the sun too long which is a common thing for most of us in India. It can help to restore sun damage when skin as well.
So, what to eat? Well, starts with the citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, melons, amla, broccoli, bell pepper, tomatoes and try an add a daily intake of 500-1000mg of food that is rich in vitamin C to your diet and this will helps keep your skin healthy and glowing. So, how that you get enough vitamin c and start refreshing your skin within.
Let’s talk about vitamin E and why it is so essential.
Vitamin E is actually very important for the proper functioning of a lot of different organs in the human body and not getting enough can be really bad for your health. So take this vitamin seriously.
Now when it comes to your skin it acts as an antioxidant which means it fights with free radicals which are basically atoms that damage your skin.
Now here the things which free radicals a lot of things that we do on daily basis from free radicals. Exercise for a bet you are creating free radicals, the pollution that hand over cities the free radicals have a glass of wine free radicals.
So basically they are part of our life and can do a fair amount of damage.
Vitamin E is fighting they are fighting for the good fight inside your body. It reduces scarring, helps skin heal quicker, and strengthens skin cells, reduces deep wrinkle lines, and can stop your skin dry out quickly. So, again what should you eat? This isn’t a delicious as your vitamin C pack menu. We start with use to adding vegetable oil, nuts, sunflower seed or flax seeds, and soya bean to your diet.
These are rich in vitamin E and will help your skin moisturized soft and supple.
Now you covered vitamin C and E let’s look at vitamin A. vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is crucial for health and beautiful skin. Vitamin a helps with healthy bones, moisturizes and protects the eyes, improves immunity and does a lot of other good things as well. The supplement of our body with vitamin A by eating eggs, meat, drinking 45 milk, cheese, munching of carrots, struggling through a plate of spinach or enjoying a delicious mangoes all of these are excellent source of vitamin A and adding it into your diet will work wonders for your skin by promoting cell production and shielding the skin against harmful irritants and retaining skin moisture to give it a radiant glow. Speeding up the stains natural repair system and slowing down the oil production that cleans out clogged pores.
A lack of vitamin A can cause skin pigmentation, sun damage, dry flaky and wrinkle of skin but that doesn’t mean that you should just load of vitamin A in the hopes of perfect skin. If you have too much of vitamin A in your system the downside can be brutal. So, it’s very important to get the right amount of vitamin A in your system. Speak to your doctor about what the right amount will you should eat.
Now let’s move on to vitamin B. if you stuck with us so far you almost done. Vitamin B is wonder women of vitamins in my opinion. It is essential for the proper functioning of the human body and again if you do not have enough you will pay a price.
Now just a look for clarification. There is the whole host of vitamin B that group together under the vitamin B complex umbrella, so, if you ever heard of that terms used that what it means. There are large varieties of vitamin Bs and most of them play some role in promoting healthy skin but the significant one B2, B3 and B6.
Vitamin B2 is oxidants for the skin that saves the cells from free radicals. It is very important for cells production and is responsible for the skin glow that we all love.
A B2 deficiency can make your lips peel. So, if your lips constantly falling apart these could be one of the reasons.
Vitamin B3 has the properties to boost HDL cholesterol which is the good cholesterol, not the bad one, helps improve the ability of the skin to retain moisture and it is important for baby soft skin.
B3 deficiency can lead to the dry irritating skin.
Vitamin B6 prevents the production of excess sebum responsible for aggravating Acne. Deficiency in vitamin B6 can lead to seborrheic dermatitis.
Fish, chicken, egg, bananas, wheat germ and oats are some of the natural sources of vitamin B complex. So, dig in knowing, that is all going to be worth it.
Vitamin K has received quite of interest recently due to its various health benefits such as detoxification, digestion, improve immunity etc.
It is known to improve the health of the skin and keep it elastic and also plays a major role in improving blood circulation. So, it enhances the colour and structure of the skin.
Let’s eat broccoli, coriander, spinach are an excellent source of vitamin K.
Hopefully, this information will set you on your path to the naturally gorgeous skin. So eat well, follow the tips on this blog, get some exercise and try an approaching life calmly and with a great attitude.
Every little bit helps. If still, you have a question does leave them in the comments below and I try to respond to many as possible.
Until next time stays Healthy, stay Glamorous.