Thursday, 8 September 2016

My Five Must-Have Beauty Vitamins

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My Five Must-Have Beauty Vitamins

I love incorporating vitamins into my lifestyle. With a heavy workload, and a busy social life, I find that a supplement is essential. Even though it can be difficult at first, taking supplements is an important part of my skincare routine, and my complexion definitely feels and looks better now that I do. I now have youthful, hydrated skin that is line-free and no blemishes, which is a bonus. Here are my five must-have beauty vitamins that I incorporate into my regime every day.

Vitamin A: For Wrinkles
Vitamin A reduces the first signs of ageing, lightens small brown spots that appear on the face and the back of the hands, and it really helps improve the texture of the skin. Vitamin A is most commonly found in night creams in the form of Retin A.

Vitamin B3: For Redness
Vitamin B3 is super important because it stimulates the production of ceramides and fatty acids, which form the skin's epidermis protective layer. Vitamin B3 can be found in most facial serums and is also called niacinamide.

Vitamin C: For Pimples
Vitamin C eliminates free radicals and skin inflammations, which are both the Number One enemies of a radiant complexion. Just like Vitamin A, this supplement evens out any skin pigmentation and discolouration, and can be found in most daily moisturisers.

Vitamin E: For Hydration
Vitamin E is sooooo good for maintaining plump, youthful-looking skin, and retaining high hydration levels within the epidermis. This vitamin  also protects the skin from sun damage and exposure to UV rays. It's an essential component of all sunscreens.

Vitamin K: For Dark Circles
Vitamin K is a must-have and an essential vitamin for those who have very dark under-eye circles. Combined with retinoids (derived from Vitamin A), this supplement works by lightening and improving the fragile, delicate under-eye area.

Tip Of The Day
When buying skincare, choose products that contain high levels of these vitamins so that they can penetrate the epidermis quickly and effectively. Always look within the top/middle section of the ingredients list for these components. If the doses are too low, it means their concentration levels will not be effective.

Love, Elle xo
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