Skin Care Vitamins

Skin care vitamins should form an important part of your beauty care routine. Regular intake of vitamins ensures a radiant, healthy glow to your skin. Food products enriched with vitamin should form an integral part of your diet. Vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin K are highly beneficial for improving the texture and tone of your skin.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is known to cure acne, stretch marks and eczema. Vitamin A also helps to improve your vision. Some of the popular sources of Vitamin A are watermelon, asparagus, beef liver, green beans, eggs, carrots, spinach, peas and other leafy green vegetables.

Vitamin B

Vitamin B helps to keep your skin hydrated. Vitamin B-3 or niacin and vitamin B-5 or pantothenic acid are popular additives in skin care products because they help to seal moisture into the skin. Vitamin B-5 is also good for sensitive skin.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is beneficial for repairing sun tanned skin and discoloration. Vitamin C is also rich in antioxidants and helps to stimulate the formation of collagen. Vitamin C is also effective in reducing acne and in lightening the skin tone. It also curbs the growth of facial hair and ‘dark spots’ on the skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is good for dry and rough skin. Vitamin E helps to retain the normal moisture balance of the skin. It is beneficial in nourishing your skin and hair. Vitamin E is also a popular anti oxidant and is a common additive in face creams and lotions.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K helps to get rid of dark circles under the eyes. It also helps to remove spider veins and discoloration of the eyes. Vitamin K enters through the pores of the skin into the damaged artery or capillary and helps to clot the blood.

Note: If you develop allergic reactions to any of the above mentioned vitamins, please stop taking them.