Pharmacists call Vitamins A, B3, C, D, E and K “beauty vitamins”


A balanced diet, a group of certain vitamins, minerals and omega 3 fatty acids are the most important substances for lush hair, clean skin tone, slim line and well-groomed appearance (or beauty) even in old age.
Vitamin A or retinol is most important for healthy and well-groomed skin. Protects cells from the harmful effects of solar radiation. It restores the epithelium of the mucous membrane, helps in the regeneration of cells, removes blemishes on the skin, reduces wrinkles and slows down the aging of the skin. Vitamin A is found in dairy products, egg yolk and liver. It is found in fish oil, yellow vegetables, carrots, potatoes, melons, spinach, cabbage, peaches, apricots and plums. If you increase your vitamin A intake naturally, you will soon notice positive changes in your skin. Your hair will be shinier and your nails will be firmer.
Vitamin B3 is a powerful antioxidant. Helps to repair damaged cells. Improves skin hydration. It makes the skin tone fresh and radiant. Skin rash, chapped lips, dry skin are indicators of a deficiency of this vitamin. Other B vitamins from the B group of vitamins (B1, B2, B5, B6, boitin, folic acid and B12) are important. B3 is found in meat, legumes, tuna and mushrooms.
Vitamin C is important for repairing colds, flu, inflammatory processes, and relieving sunburn. It helps build proteins that are an integral part of collagen. Protects the skin from the harmful effects of free radicals and the effects of UV radiation. Reduces wrinkles. It is key to preventing skin aging. Citrus fruits, tomatoes, peppers and strawberries are natural sources of vitamin C.
Vitamin D- is called the sun vitamin because it is created in the skin under the influence of the sun’s rays, especially during the summer months. It is enough to stay in the sun for 15 minutes a day for healthy and beautiful skin because vitamin D helps to create healthy cells. There are not many foods that contain vitamin D. Nutritionists advise the use of fish oil, fatty fish, beef liver, egg yolks and orange juice.
Vitamin E regenerates skin cells. It is called the “vitamin of beauty and youth” because it contains healing properties. Protects against UV radiation in combination with vitamin C. It prevents inflammatory processes, helps with hydration, makes the skin and hair structure youthful. It is key to preserving a youthful appearance and beauty. It is found in spinach, broccoli, seeds, nuts and red peppers.
Vitamin K- is necessary for all small defects on the skin (stretch marks, varicose veins and capillaries, dark circles, age spots, smaller scars and faster wound healing). The natural sources of vitamin K are potatoes, peas, chicken, vegetable oils, leafy vegetables and fish.

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