4 Vitamins for Your Skincare Routine

4 Vitamins For Your Skincare Routine | magazine.vaniday.com

Did you the that your skin is the last organ to receive the benefits of naturally produced or ingested vitamins? That’s where vitamin-infused skincare comes in. Here a 4 vitamins that look out for in your skincare products.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A, also known as retinol, is suitable for those with ageing skin. It is best used at night to speed up your cell turnover rate. Users will find that it improves the appearance of hyperpigmentation, visible pores, fine lines, and wrinkles. The result? Smooth, radiant and younger-looking skin. However, avoid using it with vitamin C, as the pH levels are incompatible. This could cause more harm than good to your skin — you’ve been warned!

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, also known as niacinamide, is a great multi-tasker that can address a range of concerns. A water-soluble vitamin, vitamin B3 helps to minimise and tighten visibly enlarged pores, improve uneven skin tone, as well as soften fine lines and wrinkles. Tolerated by all skin types, vitamin B3 can even be used by those with sensitive skin.

Vitamin C

If you had to choose only one vitamin to add to your skincare routine, it has to be vitamin C. Vitamin C also stimulates collagen production, keeping your skin youthful and diminishing fine lines. A potent antioxidant, vitamin C helps your skin fight free radical damage caused by environmental aggressors like pollution. Plus, it helps to prevent sun damage. It inhibits melanin production, helping brighten dull skin and fade dark spots. It’s suitable for all skin types, which makes it a must-have in every skincare routine.

Vitamin E

Another powerful antioxidant, Vitamin E not only great at fighting against damage caused by free radicals, it also is intensely moisturising. It’s ideal for those with dry skin. It intensely moisturises, leaving skin plump and soft. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, which is great for calming irritated skin. Used in conjunction with vitamin C, vitamin E is even more effective. However, it is not recommended for those with super sensitive, very oily, or acne-prone skin.

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