5 vitamins that skin needs in autumn
Vitamin deficiency appears on the skin with dryness, rashes, pallor, redness, as well as premature signs of ageing. To get the optimal amount of vitamins only with food is an almost impossible task. Such a problem must be dealt with comprehensively. For example, a balanced diet, drink vitamin complexes and dietary supplements, use cosmetics with vitamin formulas.
Vitamin A (Retinol)
Vitamin A accelerates the process of skin regeneration, brightens age spots, helps smooth wrinkles and produce collagen. Good sources of this vitamin are sweet potato, pumpkin, dried apricots, cod liver, egg yolks.
Among cosmetics, the RevitaLift line, L’Oréal.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
It is vitamin B1 that contributes to the normal functioning of the human nervous system. It also promotes skin elasticity, fights small wrinkles and irritations. Contained in sprouted wheat grains, sunflower and sesame seeds, pistachios and brown rice.
Vitamin B7 (H, Biotin)
Vitamin B7 – aka “beauty vitamin” – is one of the most popular helpers in maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails. It visibly improves complexion and makes the skin supple. Most found in chicken liver and egg yolks.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Ascorbic acid is involved in many body processes, as a powerful antioxidant and stimulator of collagen production. Cosmetics with vitamin C perfectly moisturizes the skin, enhances the effectiveness of sunscreen products, lightens age spots and traces of post-acne. The most concentrated amount of ascorbic acid is found in dry rosehip, sweet red pepper, sea buckthorn and black currant.
We previously wrote about beauty products with a high content of vitamin C.
Vitamin E (tocopherol)
Vitamin E has antioxidant properties, prevents dehydration of the skin, accelerates wound healing. Contained in sea buckthorn, cereals, almonds and avocados. Lancôme‘s Rénergie line contains Vitamin E, which helps slow down the ageing process.