5 Best Vitamins For Healthy Skin

Inevitably, as we get older, so does our skin.  Often, however, the skin can look older than our actual age.  Years of sun exposure and pollution and sleep deprivation can wreak havoc on our skin.   Good anti-aging creams and peptide serums containing ingredients such as Vitamin A or E can minimize the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots.  But an extra snooze once a week can accelerate the skin healing process even further.

Anti-aging Diet:  A simple change in your diet can have a big impact on your skin and your health.  Foods that are rich in antioxidants such as colored fruits and green veggies fight the free radicals and prevent the cell damage.  Be sure to drink enough water in order to keep your body hydrated.

Anti-Aging Alternative treatment methods for hyperpigmentation.  There are some effective procedures that help to lighten the skin such as light therapy or IPL or laser. Clients with darker pigment in the skin are not able to benefits from these procedures due to potential side effects. However, there are tried-and-tested home remedies anyone can use to help the skin regain its youthful balance. One of those super easy home remedies that help to slough off the damaged skin is the application of freshly squeezed lemon juice to the affected areas followed by yogurt/banana mask.  Use this mask twice a week. This treatment mask will tend to make the skin more sensitive to sun so make sure to use sun screen 40 SPF or higher. Avoid the sun for at least 48 after the use of this mask. 

Nutritional compounds containing vitamins A, D, K, B, C and E are beneficial for your skin.  Vitamin E protect the skin from free radicals.  Selenium protects the human body of all kinds of cancer, including skin cancer.

Vitamins are important to the skin and vitamin deficiencies can have negative effect on the skin. Since vitamins C and E play such important roles in protecting your skin from the sun, deficiencies in either vitamin can increase the risk of skin damage and even cancer.