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Best Supplements For Healthy Skin

Supplements For Healthy Skin

For the most part, we can get all our nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and probiotics, from our diet, and that is great. But to be honest, achieving optimal levels through diet alone on a daily basis is often not realistic today. Because of our busy daily schedules, our dietary options can fall short once in a while, despite our best efforts.

As you age many things change including the proteins in your skin that break down over time, and this causes wrinkles and makes it more difficult to keep your skin smooth, youthful and radiant.

Fortunately, there are plenty of natural supplements out there that will fight wrinkles and aging while boosting moisture and radiance.

Skin Injectables

Skin injectables can sometimes help fill in wrinkles and get rid of frown lines, but they don’t always work as intended as there are a number of risks involved.

For example, some injectables are derived from toxic bacteria which can cause serious problems if they spread to other parts of your body. Some of the times, the doctor performing your operation might accidentally add a bit too much of the injectable that could cause a loss of movement in your face. Facial paralysis is not a highly sought-after look.

Other common side effects include loss of muscle movement over time, pain around the injection area, headaches, etc… And on top of all that, the treatment is quite expensive.

How Do Supplements Make Your Skin Beautiful?

As you age, the most important proteins in your skin, which are collagen and elastin, begin to break down, and the body doesn’t produce these proteins as easily as you grow older.

Research has shown that collagen production decreases by roughly 1% each year after the age of twenty. Going by that figure, by the time you’re 50 years old, your collagen production is only 70 percent of what it was when you were in your youth.

This is where supplements can significantly come in. While different supplements work in slightly different ways, the overall effects are similar, and skin-supportive supplements revitalize and rejuvenate your skin by improving the health of your skin cells and helping to produce more crucial proteins (collagen and elastin).

Best Supplements You Can Take For Beautiful Skin

Vitamins (A and E)

Vitamins A and E are good for your health, and it’s worth stressing how important these Vitamins are for your skin. A quick look at the benefits will show that Vitamin A increases cell reproduction and stimulates collagen production, while Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects skin cells and helps maintain moisture.

Vitamin C supplement (1,000 milligrams daily)

The vitamin C does a lot more than boost immunity, as it not only promotes fibroblast proliferation(fibroblasts are the cells that produce collagen and other fibers) but also acts as a “cofactor” in enzymatic activities that are linked to skin health and function.

It even controls some of the DNA repairs that goes on in the skin to forestall cancerous growths and is associated with cells that control skin pigmentation (melanocytes). This makes it a helpful ingredient in products that address skin discoloration. However, vitamin C is so easily lost in our urine, that it’s ideal to consume vitamin-C-rich foods throughout the day via fresh fruits and vegetables while also taking a supplement.

Foods high in vitamin C include red peppers, kale, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, tomatoes, and oranges.

Fish oil fish oil supplement

Fish oil supplements are loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, which are great for your health. These essential fatty acids have a number of proven health benefits, and they support collagen growth and promote skin moisture, both of which help to keep your skin beautiful.

Zinc And Calcium

Both Zinc and calcium are necessary for your health in general, but they’re also critical for the health of your skin. Zinc is essential for cell structure and tissue strength, which helps fight wrinkles and keep skin tight, while calcium helps with cell regeneration and cell growth, thus keeping your skin young-looking and beautiful.




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