Image of Your Skin NEEDS Vitamins! How to Use Vitamin Cures to Avoid Wrinkles, Aging and Blemishes

Your Skin NEEDS Vitamins! How to Use Vitamin Cures to Avoid Wrinkles, Aging and Blemishes

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As an orthomolecular nutritionist, I specialize in vitamin cures and longevity strategies to help people become and stay as healthy as possible. I strongly believe that you can turn back anyone’s biological clock if you provide the body and mind with an abundance of nutrients, and I know that this approach has an incredible effect on people’s looks, too.

For example, flawless skin, a glowing complexion, and firm facial contours all can be achieved without spending a fortune on expensive creams or lotions (or scary nipping and tucking!). I mean it: if you really want to turn yourself into a person with skin to die for, all you need to do is visit your local grocery market or drugstore and start using vitamin cures both internally and externally.

Don’t believe me? Just give it a try, and I promise you’ll be blown away by the phenomenal results you see!

Here are five of my favorite vitamin cures for fantastic skin:

1. Vitamin C: Exfoliator.

You probably already know that vitamin C is incredibly important to boost your immune system. But has it ever come to your mind that you can use it to prepare a super effective DIY exfoliator? Just mix a teaspoon or two of vitamin C powder (ascorbic acid) with some almond milk until you get a nice paste, and massage it into your face with a little brush. Once you feel it tingle, rinse and apply some rosewater. Do this 3-5 times a week, and your skin texture will improve quickly. Don’t use on injured skin, as ascorbic acid burns in open wounds.

2. Vitamin E: Anti-Wrinkle Treatment.

I’m 35 and I don’t have any wrinkles — except for my frown lines, which I started cultivating when I was still a child (I’m a frowner by nature, I’m afraid). Last year, however, I also noticed some fine lines around my eyes.

To read the remaining ways to improve your skin with vitamins please click here.

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