Beauty Benefits Food Sources Vitamin A Keeps skin soft and supple.
Repairs skin cells and tissue.
May help with acne control.yellow vegetables and fruits, apricots, carrots, spinach, pumpkin, cantaloupe, milk, yogurt, cheeseVitamin CHelps counter the effects of sun damage, smoking exposure, and pollution.
Assists in collagen production, giving skin strength and elasticity.broccoli, bell peppers, citrus fruits, kiwi, strawberries, cabbage, pineapple, tomatoes, dark-green leafy vegetablesVitamin EHelps counter the effects of sun damage, smoking exposure, and pollution.
Improves skin texture and helps prevent wrinkles.almonds, avocadoes, peanuts, nuts, seeds, olives, asparagus, wheat germ, soybean and corn oils, dark-green leafy vegetables. Biotin helps produce nails, skin, and hair cells.
Deficiency can cause dermatitis and hair loss.cooked eggs, rice bran, nuts, wheat germ, meats, oatmeal NiacinSmoothes dry, flaky skin.meats, pork, poultry, fish, legumes .Selenium may help prevent skin cancer.
Helps counter the effects of sun damage, smoking exposure and pollution.
Produces healthy skin cells.whole-grain products, seafood, meats, eggs CopperForms elastic fibers that support the skin structure.meats, nuts, seafood, dried beans and peas. Zinc may help control oil production and reduce acne lesions.
A deficiency can bring on acne.wheat germ, meat, poultry, legumes, fish and seafood, whole grains, eggsEssential Fatty Acids helps produce the skin’s healthy, natural oil barrier.
A deficiency can result in white heads and inflammation.cold water fish, salmon, sardines, mackerel, flaxseed oil, safflower oil, canola oil, olive oil, walnutsAntioxidantsAnti-inflammatory properties protect the membranes of skin cells.green tea, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries