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Do you remember growing up your mother used to always remind you to take your vitamins?

Even twenty years later, she still manages to remind you. You never quite understood why she wanted you to take something daily that wasn't a slice of cake or a delicious cookie. Little did you know, she was looking out for your best interest at the end of the day. She wanted you to take your vitamins so that you remained youthful and healthy for decades to come. Vitamins aren't the tastiest out of the bunch, but they're definitely beneficial and some vitamins have the capability to make you look and feel beautiful on any day.


What's a woman without strong, healthy nails and long, thick healthy hair?

That's a rhetorical question by the way. Biotin has been around for ages, but it just recently got huge in the beauty community and women left and right use it religiously. This B-Complex vitamin is literally a super hero in pill form. It aides in growth and helps support strong nails, healthy hair and glowing skin.


If you want healthy, clear skin that glows without a bronzer, invest in some omega-3 vitamins (fish oil supplements).

Who knew the oil from little sea creatures would play a huge role in our overall appearance and taking care of our skin?

Vitamin C:

If you're a fan of orange juice, keep drinking it and grab some vitamins while you're at it.

Vitamin C is perfect for maintaining collagen, healing wounds, fights dandruff, dry hair and dry skin.


Iron supplements work specifically to maintain healthy skin, hair and nails.

Brittle nails? Dry, thin hair? Dry, brittle skin? Iron man to the rescue -- okay, not really. Iron is amazing though and should be a recommended supplement for all women. Iron deficiency is definitely extremely common in the U.S., but be sure to take the recommended dosage. Too much iron is never okay.

Vitamin D:

Healthy skin usually equates to an overall healthy body.

Vitamin has several amazing health benefits including skin benefits. Vitamin D helps aide in hair growth and works as a skin protectant (sun damage, psoriasis, eczema).