With this fast paced lifestyle, supplements are needed to keep hair and skin healthy. Not everyone can manage a perfectly balanced diet. Eating natural vitamins are advised but if not possible, external supplements do the job just fine.
Here is a list of vitamins that are good for you body, especially your hair and skin.
Biotin found in bananas and foods like peanut butter is good to stimulate skin, nervous system, digestive system and also prevents hair fall. It also stimulates nail growth. Taking Vitamin B in natural products is alright but consuming supplements should be done only after consulting a doctor. Vitamin B is found in foods such as poultry, eggs, bread, vegetables, cereals.
This is the rule of thumb, always consult a dermatologist before starting doses of supplements.
Found in fish oil and helps keep your skin moisturized, scalp as well as body. It keeps your hair healthier and shinier and prevents ashy skin.
Iron is not only important for your hair and skin but also for your overall body. It strengthens hair and nails, prevents brittleness. Iron can be found in foods like spinach and cashews.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant which helps strengthen hair, prevent hair fall and dandruff, and stimulates hair growth. All good things in my book. Vitamin C is found in foods such as oranges, lemons, bananas, and vegetables.
The more vegetables you eat the better.
Vitamin A is required for cell growth, smooth roughness and reduce wrinkles. Most wrinkle creams include retinoid which is a supplement of Vitamin A and stimulates the skin. It has antioxidant qualities that not only help tighten skin but also maintains healthy hair.
Vitamin A can be found in foods such as sweet potatoes, carrots, dark leafy vegetables, dried apricots.
Vitamin E is yet another antioxidant which helps repair, build and strengthen the tissue. It repairs damage to the scalp and encourages hair growth. Vitamin E oil works best when applied to the scalp as well as to the skin.
Vitamin E is found in foods such as almonds, spinach, raw seeds, hazelnuts, pine nuts, and avocado.
Now I know you’re wondering if all these Vitamins do really work. If used in their natural form, there are no side effects and avocado never hurt anybody. If you’re using supplement pills, you need to consult a doctor before consumption.
Vitamins help nourish hair and skin and give that extra push that is needed for stimulation of growth. Tried and tested, we wouldn’t steer you wrong.