Your Skin Loves these Vitamins

Your Skin Loves these Vitamins

If you’re reading this, I probably don’t need to tell you to take care of your skin. Skin health requires some maintenance, both topically and nutritionally. But which vitamins does your skin need to be it’s absolute best and brightest?

Vitamin A

Vitamin A speeds skin healing and fights inflammation, making it a killer ingredient breakout prevention. It also reinforces the moisture barrier of your skin, leaving you with a hydrated glow. 

The most common form of Vitamin A in skincare is in retinols, the anti-aging go-to treatment. It encourages skin cell turnover which is why its such a staple for youthful skin.

Dewing It has vitamin A, derived from green tea.

Vitamin B

There are many different types of Vitamin B, but one of the most common in skincare is Vitamin B3, or niacin. This ingredient may reduce redness that occurs in inflammatory skin conditions like acne, rosacea, eczema. Vitamin B has also been proven to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and fine lines.

CBD contains niacin, meaning this Vitamin is ultra-present in the Fitish beauty line

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that has a direct role in collagen production, making it one of the most important vitamins for beautiful, bright and youthful skin. It can also help diminish signs of aging by evening out tone, texture and preventing dry skin. You can take vitamin C supplements, or get it through your diet in foods like citrus fruits, strawberries, broccoli, and spinach.

Our Gentle CBD Cleanser has lots of these leafy greens, making it high in Vitamin C. 

Vitamin D
While you should use sun protection, and limit direct exposure, the sun isn’t all that bad. In fact, your skin could use a good 10–15 minutes per day of exposure. Vitamin D this time helps create can keep your skin looking healthy and youthful. Keeping up this routine could lead to a reduction in dark spots, redness, dryness. You can also get this essential vitamin through supplements. You can also get your daily dose of vitamin D through foods with high cholesterol like cereal, orange juice, yogurt, or fish like salmon and cod.

Vitamin E
Like vitamin C, vitamin E is an antioxidant. Not only does it protect your skin from free radicals and pollution, but it may also help guard your skin against the effects of excessive UV damage as well. Vitamin E can also aid your body in healing dryness, abrasions, burns and scars, which is especially helpful for skin with conditions like psoriasis and eczema. All this leads to it is often being regarded as the most powerful antioxidant that you can apply topically (sorry, Vitamin C). Eating nuts and seeds or taking a vitamin E supplement can boost your Vitamin E levels.

Tone Down Spray and Body Cream are high in both vitamin E and vitamin C with ingredients like spinach, broccoli and kale.

Vitamin K
Vitamin K is a healing essential vitamin that aids the process of blood clotting. This function helps it treat skin conditions like dark spots, eye circles and stretch marks. You can increase your intake by eating dark green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach and green beans.

Dewing It contains this healing vitamin.

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