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Naturally glowing and moisturized skin is a sign of inner health. Here are five essential vitamins for getting and maintaining that healthy shine :) 1. Vitamin C Vitamin C is an incredible vitamin. From helping your immune system stay strong during cold season, to keeping your skin looking young and healthy, this nutrient is essential to your diet. Vitamin C can add density, tightness and glow to skin while evening your skin tone. Good sources of Vitamin C include papayas, broccoli, kale, oranges, strawberries, and cauliflower. 2. Vitamin A Vitamin A will help reduce wrinkles by firming and tightening the skin. The vitamin causes cells cells to 'turn over' meaning that new cells will be brought to the surface, giving you a fresh glow. Foods like sweet potatoes, carrots, dark leafy greens, cantaloupe, and dried apricots are good sources of this vitamin. 3. Vitamin D Vitamin D helps reduce acne, stimulate collagen production, enhance glow, and reduce wrinkles and the appearance of dark spots. This vitamin can be found in foods like salmon, fortified cereals, milk, eggs, mushrooms, and tuna. You can read more about how you can get more vitamin D here () 4. Vitamin E This vitamin is essential for having moist skin, which will keep your skin from developing wrinkles due to dryness. Vitamin-E rich foods include tofu, spinach, nuts, avocados, shrimp, olive oil, and cooked broccoli. 5. Vitamin K Vitamin K helps control blood clotting and helps your circulatory system, which is one of the main causes of puffiness under eyes. It also helps thicken your skin which will keep that thin, delicate area below your eyes from wrinkling as easily. Excellent sources of this vitamin include spinach, broccoli, asparagus, brussels sprouts, and collard greens!
I drink lemon water in the mornings an I really see a difference in my skin. Vitamin C is a miracle worker!
So basically, you're just telling me to eat a ton of broccoli :)
I've really been meaning to try that @galinda I need to get on that!
It's so hard getting all the Vitamin D you need from unfortified foods. Thanks for the list of other foods that are naturally rich in it!
That's how I'm reading this @Nisfit! Sounds like my mom bribed @flymetothemoon...