Health and beauty go hand in hand and as such it’s important to not only exercise, eat healthily, and stay hydrated but also make sure you get the proper nutrients and vitamins to promote healthy skin, hair, nails, and bones.
Protect Your Skin
Vitamins are essential in skin care as sun damage, harsh chemicals, and age affect our skin. Vitamins C and E deficiencies can lead to wrinkles and skin damage and skin cancer. As such, it’s essential you get the recommended daily dosage of each through supplements, and foods like strawberries, spinach, and orange juice for Vitamin A as well as nuts, seeds, and almonds for Vitamin E. Don’t forget to incorporate skin creams with Vitamins C and E into your daily routine. You should also make sure to cover up and protect yourself as frequently as you can.
Vitamin Deficiencies Affect Your Hair
Vitamin A is important for healthy hair, which is an indicator of beauty. Lack of Vitamin A can cause hair loss; you can get this vitamin through yogurt, beta-carotene foods such as kale or vitamin supplements. You can further promote healthy hair, hair growth, and fight gray hair with B Vitamins. These can be found in whole grains, almonds, meat, fish, leafy greens or supplements. Don’t forget your eyelashes as well. Vitamin deficiencies and harsh products can lead to brittle lashes. B Vitamins, as well as vitamins C and H, will promote cell growth and repair follicles. In the meantime, damage to eyelashes can be hidden with lash extensions, but be careful! Very little of the lash glue should make contact with your skin.
Do you spend time and money at the nail salon to make your nails look nice? Many procedures, like hybrids, can weaken your nails. It’s important to keep your nails strong through proper vitamins. B Vitamins such as B7, B9, and B12 promote healthy cell growth and strong nails. B vitamins can be found in organ meats, egg yolk, dairy products, salmon, and vitamin supplements. Iron, folate, magnesium, and omega 3 fatty acids are also important in strengthening nails. A great supplement for natural hair and nail growth is biotin.
Fight Facial Bone Density Loss
Most people don’t think about their bones when they think of health and beauty. However, our bones have a profound effect on our beauty, especially our facial bones. As you get older, your facial bones deteriorate, leading to chin recession, deepened eye sockets, and jowls. To help slow bone density loss and even reverse it, Vitamin D supplements, collagen, and calcium are vital. Add foods rich in plant protein, calcium, and omega 3 fatty acids in your diet in addition to supplements to maintain that youthful glow.
If you are a vegetarian or vegan, vitamin supplements are recommended as vitamins such as B Vitamins and iron promote animal proteins. Getting in your daily recommended vitamins and minerals along with a regular exercise routine, healthy diet, and plenty of water will help you maintain that natural beauty.