Role of Vitamin C in Skin Care - Shahnaz Husain

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Role of Vitamin C in Skin Care

by Shahnaz Husain

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Role of Vitamin C in Skin Care

Vitamins are essential for both good health and beauty. For a smooth skin, lustrous hair, bright eyes, slim figure, we need a vitamin rich diet.

Vitamin C is most important, as it strengthens the immune system and delays the formation of early visible ageing signs. Actually, Vitamin C is vital for maintaining healthy collagen, the supportive tissue of the skin, which helps to keep the skin healthy, firm, strong and youthful.

Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits, like oranges, lemon and grapefruit, “amla,” tomato, sprouted grains and green leafy vegetables. Amla is probably the richest source of Vitamin C. It is said that the Vitamin C content of amla is so stable that it is even resistant to heat. The juice of one amla, added to a glass of water and taken first thing in the morning is said to soothe sun-damaged skin and delays hair greying.

We all know that lemon is a rich source of Vitamin C and minerals. Adding the juice of a lemon to a glass of warm water and having it first thing in the morning, helps to clarify the skin and add a glow. Grapefruit has cleansing and toning effects on the skin. Apply the fruit or juice on the skin and wash off after 20 minutes. Orange peels are a rich source of Vitamin C. Dried and powdered orange peels can be used in scrubs and masks, to absorb oil and tighten the pores. Grind fresh orange peels into a paste. Add multani mitti and rose water and apply as a pack on the face to benefit acne prone skin and minimize blemishes.

The fact remains that beauty experts all over the world consider Vitamin C ideal for enhancing youthful beauty.

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