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Skin Care

Many of the more commonly known vitamins, such as vitamins A, C, E can have a truly beneficial effect on the skin when applied both topically and orally.

Here are some of the common nutrient deficiencies which can impact on your complexion

  • Lack of protein - Dull, dry complexion with poor wound healing and repair
  • Lack of vitamin A - Dry skin and a tendency to breakouts
  • Lack of vitamin C - Skin dullness, bruising and poor wound healing. Aids the regeneration of the body's vitamin E
  • Lack of vitamin E - Dry skin more susceptible to photo-ageing from sun, as it acts as a natural photo-protectant sunscreen

Top 5 Skin Tips

  • Age spots and dark pigmentation problems
    Try using a cream containing a good level of pure vitamin A (retinol)
  • Menopausal changes to skin sensitivity
    Look for products which have been dermatologically tested and especially those which contain soothing ingredients such as aloe vera
  • Loss of elasticity and firmness
    Moisturise using a day and night cream & look for products with firming benefits
  • Skin looks dull and lacks brightness
    Exfoliate regularly and use products with vitamins A, C, E and grape seed and make sure you are getting the right vitamins such as antioxidants and fatty acids to feed your skin and nourish it from the inside
  • Eyes look tired and puffy
    Use a firming eye product to help boost circulation to these areas
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