Cant' wait to say goodbye to Winter, and goodbye to Winter skin? Us too! But you don't have to wait another month to get that Spring fresh glow. Try this list of vitamins and supplements to put the glow of a warm March day back into your chilly cheeks :)
Hyaluronic Acid For Dry Winter Skin
Hyaluronic Acid works by helping the skin retain moisture & collagen AKA volume & tone! It takes about 6 weeks of consistent use to see the change so be patient but if you can stick to a regime you will love what you see :) It also helps lubricate joints at the same time which is an added benefit for all your REV-ers out there! Win Win
Omega 3 Fatty Acids For Wrinkles
Omega-3s, found in fatty fish like salmon, sardines, and mackerel, regulate oil production and help keep your skin moisturized from the inside out! One 2005 study found that EPA, a type of omega-3 found primarily in fish oil, helps block the release of ultraviolet-induced enzymes that eat away at your skin’s collagen, causing lines and sagging skin. Get your butt in the kitchen for the sake of your skin!
Vitamin E For Fine Lines
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps fight free-radical damage that leads to fine lines. If pills are not your thing, it is easy to work this vitamin into your diet - try eating vitamin E-rich foods like avocado, olive oil, and wheat germ.
Collagen For Anti-Aging
Missing that bounce and suppleness that seems to come with warmer weather? Collagen helps skin maintain its elasticity, structure and integrity. It is also essential in skin cell turnover which keeps us looking young! Collagen production decreases naturally with age (of course), and is also affected by inflammation and nutritional deficiencies. You can get Collagen supplements in pill form pr a powder form that can be dissolved into your favorite drink!
Go get your glow on girl! And to get that sexy sweaty glow, we will see you in the saddle!!
Sources: https://www.everydayhealth.com/pictures/supplements-skin-hair/#07 https://inspire.psyclelondon.com/post/solve-your-skin-problems-with-these-skin-saviors