Healthy Hair And Skin -These Are The Vitamins You Should Use

Recent  research articles looked  into  the effects of various vitamins on skin and  hair  health. What can  each contribute?
Vitamin A: Its derivatives are used in acne treatment creams (anti comedones) and anti-wrinkle creams. At oral  high doses it is  a  powerful  anti can  drug  (Accutane). Vitamin A can  found in eggs, liver, whole milk and carrots and broccoli. (Excess vitamin A is undesirable  – death   reported  from overheating  of   white  bear  liver containing  high  amounts  of  vitamin  A).
Vitamin B: This group of vitamins has an important role in the prevention of dermatitis (skin inflammation), hair loss, stress, acne, eczema and psoriasis. They used are  used  in many  creams and food supplements. Vitamin B   is  abundant  in bananas eggs and rice.
Vitamin B1 – Thiamin: Used as anti-oxidant (oxidation inhibitor.)
Recommended 100 mg dose to 3 times per day.
Vitamin B2 – Riboflavin: Important for healthy hair, skin and nails. Used as a food additive in patients with acne. Dose to 100 mg – 3 per day.
Vitamin B3 – Niacin: Helps preserve skin moisture.  Used  as  additive for  acne therapy.
Vitamin B5: preserving the skin moisture.  Important for sensitive skin. Dose to 100 mg – three per day.
Vitamin B6 – Pyridoxine:   It is important to the proper activity of the immune system. Dose to 100 mg – three per day.
Vitamin B12 – Cianocobalamine:   Important for  cell function . Vitamin B12   can be found  just  in is meat – thus  a must for  vegetarians.
Vitamin C – Ascorbic acid: is essential to build  proper collagen and repair damaged skin after sun damage  and  acne. Some attribute to vitamin C the proper dispersal of melanin –  preventing sunspots  and  helpful role  fighting   eczema and psoriasis. Vitamin C  is also a strong antioxidant both  as  a cream application and as an oral  dietary supplement. Vitamin  C  can be found in citrus, broccoli cauliflower, and green vegetables (spinach). As a dietary supplement take up to 1000 mg per day.
Vitamin D: Anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic. Naturally  achieved by sun exposure. Can  be  found  in dairy products such as margarine.
Vitamin E – Tocopherol: Maintains skin moisture. Prevents skin infections. Provides antioxidant protection of  sun  damage.  May  be  used  as  a topical application in  creams and as  a food additive. Found in vegetable oils, nuts and seeds, olives, spinach and asparagus.
Vitamin K: Its application can make to speed up the absorption of hematomas (bruises).
Alpha Lipoic Acid: is a powerful antioxidant. Useful  in  creams  and  as  a  food additive.
Hyaluronic acid: keeps the moisture in the skin and reduces appearance of wrinkles.
Free fatty acids (Omega 3, Omega 5) are important in treating psoriasis, acne and eczema. Abundant  in deep water fish such as salmon and tuna.
Chromium: Important for acne treatment and other  skin infections. Recommended dosage to 150 micrograms.
Zinc: Important for wound healing, treating hair loss and acne. Is also active as an antioxidant. Recommended dosage 25-30 mg “day.
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