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Vitamin ABC’s in Skincare Routine

Vitamins play an important role in skin and hair. Vitamins from our diet enter our bloodstream and feed the skin. But that is not enough. It is necessary to apply it on the top through skincare creams, lotions and serums. Let’s see Which vitamins are good for your skin depending on your skin problems.


Vitamin A

Vitamin A is also known as Retinol. It is added to creams to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It can be used for all skin types. If you are using it, make sure to use only a maximum of 0.2% retinol and 0.01% of retinaldehyde. Retinaldehyde is the best as it is 20 times more effective than retinol. The best combination is vitamin A with glycolic acid.


Vitamin B (B3 and B5)


Vitamin B3 is also known as Niacinamide. It helps to tighten up the look by boosting the skin’s healthy quality. Niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the natural substances in the skin to help visibly minimize enlarged pores, improve uneven skin tone, soften fine lines and wrinkles, diminish dullness and strengthen a weakened surface. It is mostly in creams and serums. It can be used for all skin types.


Vitamin B5 also known as pantothenic acid (its byproduct is called panthenol) is known for its calming properties and helps people who have dry skin to get hydrating supple skin.



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ABC’s in Skincare

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water-soluble nutrient and is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals. Because of its antioxidant properties, it helps in the regeneration process and repair the damaged skin cells. It is also known as ascorbic acid. One can use Vitamin C ranging from 10-20%. It is best for damaged and hyperpigmented skin.


Vitamin E

Vitamin E is bestowed with photoprotective properties that guard your skin against sun damage. The usage of skincare products with Vitamin E will help you with skin burns and inflammations and balanced consumption of Vitamin E in your diet will help your skin to be conditioned and will keep dryness at bay.


Vitamin K

It has anti-inflammatory properties and promotes wound healing and is excellent for fading under-eye circles.



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