Swallow To Glow A Holistic Approach To Skin Health

The skin is the largest organ in the body. It protects against infections and infections, regulates temperature and even resources for the production of vitamins. Keeping skin healthy is important for overall beauty and health, even though most of us are interested in knowing how to keep our skin looking healthy, rather than keeping it really healthy.

The best way to keep skin looking healthy - thin, smooth, shiny, soft, soft and free of wrinkles - is to avoid sunburn.

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun causes a rash that looks healthy, but it does serious damage to the skin in color, sunburn and loss of elasticity. This can lead to premature aging in the form of wrinkles, fine lines, deterioration, dark skin, uneven skin tone, loss of light, enlarged pores and dryness. Even the best genes, skin-lightening treatments and oral ingredients will not be effective if the person is cold-blooded and frequent.

Keeping it away from the sun helps, but if you can't avoid it, you should make sure you use sunscreen. This is especially important if exposure to the sun takes a long time.

If we think that a person is still conscious of exposure to the sun, how can we continue to improve our skin condition? We know that certain oral supplements are effective for good skin health, but what are these ingredients and how effective are they?

Internal Addition:

The first group will be the vitamins and minerals, which are essential for the proper functioning of all the organs.

Vitamins and minerals that can affect skin health include B-complex, especially B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin) and B12 (cyancobalamine). The apparent deficiency of vitamins B1 and B2 is known to cause specific types of dermatitis (a type of skin inflammation). B12 deficiency is especially dangerous for fast-moving neurons and cells, including skin cells.

In addition to B vitamins, deficiency of vitamin C, iron and copper also affects skin health. All three are essential for the formation of collagen, a key protein in the skin, which replenishes the skin and gives us tone.

Vitamin A is essential for the normal life cycle of skin cells. Vitamin A deficiency causes the skin to become dry, flaky and wrinkled. On the other hand, taking too much Vitamin A may be more toxic and should be avoided.

Vitamins C and E, as well as beta-carotene have been considered anti-oxidants that reduce free radicals. (Free radicals result in skin degeneration and aging.) However, although free radicals and the role of anti-oxidants are undoubtedly, clinical results have not been proven strongly when additional vitamins and other micronutrients improve skin quality and detract from the aging process.

Excess doses can be as dangerous as shortages, so it is best to comply with the recommended daily allowance (RDA).

Topic Help:

Oral ingredients should be compatible with the ingredients used - sunscreen at least SPF 30, creams (preferably with white skin agent) and moisturizer (preferably with a skin lightening agent). Compared to current applications, the effects of oral ingredients are slow and subtle. Consumers should be realistic about what they expect because the results will certainly not show up in 7 days or 2 weeks.

We recommend a holistic approach to skin health, which includes:

* A healthy diet that includes all food groups as well as vitamins, minerals and micronutrients.

* Maintain a positive attitude. It is well documented that other skin conditions - such as acne and eczema - are more common among sufferers.

* If you smoke, stop smoking. Smoke creates free radicals, damages skin microcirculation and causes tooth decay and other discoloration.

* Reduce exposure to the sun and use a good sunscreen daily.

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