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Vitamins Play An Important Role For Younger Skin

Update Date: Dec 29, 2016 01:43 PM EST

Our skin is not our just buffer to the outside world; it is also intimately connected to what goes on inside our body.  That is why we need to pay attention to the substances our body needs. Vitamins are one of these substances that are essential for our skin's health.

Vitamins are chemical compounds our body needs to function properly but cannot produce on its own. That means that we can acquire these from external factors such as diet and environment. Each vitamin plays an important role in our body and vitamin deficiencies can cause health problems to occur.

These are the lists of vitamins that play an important role in our skin, Vitamin A, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin K. Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant in our body, it helps protect our cells and prevent wrinkles. Vitamin E protects skin from free radicals and helps skin cells repair the damage.

Vitamin A is the key to healthy skin. It is necessary for the maintenance and repair of skin cells, producing enzymes that give balance the production of collagen nd helping our skin moist.  iT also works as an antioxidant in your body. Vitamin B complex helps our body makes a new cell, prevent early aging and help hydrate our skin.

Vitamin K is the key for healthy bones and blood clotting in our body.  It reduces the appearance of dark circles under the eye and bruises in the skin. It is also being recognized for its potential to prevent wrinkles and increase the elasticity of the skin.

Everybody really needs vitamins. They play an indispensable role in millions of everyday chemical reaction in our body. If we eat the right amount of vitamins daily your skin can look younger and healthier. Vitamins are proven to have a healthier skin and a perfect formula to prevent from aging.


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