Skin is human beings largest organ. For most the human body is covered with around 6 pounds of skin. The skin serves as a protective shield against heat, light, injury, and infection, regulates body temperature, stores water, fat, and vitamin D.
Vitamins work to nourish the skin from the outside in.
Best known as an antioxidant, used to reduce the appearance of blemishes on the skin, for example stretch marks and sunburns. Vitamin E also boasts anti-aging effects, as it can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Vitamin C:
Helps the creation of collagen, which helps give skin its firmness and strength. It is also an antioxidant that slows the
rate of free-radical damage (free radicals are unstable molecules that damage collagen and cause skin dryness, fine
lines and wrinkles).
Generally skin dryness can be significantly improved with the use of a vitamin D. The antioxidant properties of vitamin
D can help to avoid early aging and damage to skin cells. Shea Butter:
Contains valuable vegetable fats that help support cell renewal and circulation, making it a good rejuvenator for dry or
aging skin. It also contains natural sun protectors.