Skin care Supplements
Beauty experts and dermatologists have long been advising about the benefits of skin care supplements. With our skin’s health changing daily, depending on the environment we’re in, the stresses and strains at different points in our lives and, of course, the aging process, we need to look after our skin and ensure that we allow it to rejuvenate and replenish.
As we age, our skin ages, with proteins and vitamins decreasing more and more as we get older. It’s therefore vital that we feed our skin with a selection of antioxidants, age-defying supplements, and powerful potions, to keep our skin healthy, brighter and younger looking.
It’s super important to establish a day and night skin care regime as early as possible, with a routine consisting of cleansing, toning, and moisturizing, as well as other treatments that will target specific skin concerns as and when necessary. As we reach our mid-twenties, our bodies start to reduce the amount of collagen and elastin that it produces, so fine lines, wrinkles, sagging and age spots become more apparent, and we generally start to look older.
Skin care supplements are super important, working in unison with other skin care treatments such as dermarolling, Botox, and light-therapy, and will refresh your skin, leaving it looking younger, tighter and glowing with health.
Omega-3 oils are already crucial for our general health, but Omega-3 is also a natural anti-inflammatory, calming skin that’s prone to acne breakouts, or particularly sensitive to UVA and UVB rays.
Vitamin C is naturally found in a variety of fruits and vegetables and is the go-to vitamin for great glowing skin. Vitamins C, D and E all protect against damage and repair skin cells, and when used in conjunction with anthocyanins, collagen production is increased, giving a more youthful appearance.
Glucosamine and Zinc are also premium players for improving many aspects of the skin (easing acne, eczema, and stressed skin), along with Zinc, biotin and Vitamin B, which are like heaven for your skin and nail health.
Written by: Winnie Kotieno