Jericho Dead Sea Skin Care Blog

3 Essential Vitamins for Great Skin

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Tue, Aug 06, 2013 @ 05:08 AM

Vitamins are vital for our health and our skin depends on some vitamins more than others to maintain elasticity, firmness and plumpness. Good nutrition is the first step towards great looking skin, however, for a full vitamin intake use Jericho Dead Sea skin care products to complete your vitamin daily dosage.

Jericho Dead Sea products contain natural minerals from the Dead Sea but they also contain important vitamins to promote skin's health and wellbeing. Here are the top 4 vitamins most important for your skin care routine and where to find them in Jericho product:

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is one of the most important vitamins for maintaining healthy skin. Vitamin E is a powerful anti-oxidant that fights free radicals causing premature skin aging among other things. In addition, vitamin E is highly effective in treating scaring, stretch marks and fine lines. Foods that contain high levels of vitamin E include olives, sunflower seeds, peanuts and almonds. Jericho Moisturizing Day Cream, Restoring Day Cream, Dead Sea Black Mud  and all of Dr. Kramer's line are rich in vitamin E.

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is very popular and for a good reason. It is an essential vitamin for your health, acting as a powerful anti-oxidant. In addition, vitamin C can also stimulate the production of collagen in your skin so for a smooth, plump and young looking skin vitamin C is critical. Vitamin C can be found in most fruits and especially in citric fruits like oranges. Green vegetables are also a good source for vitamin C.  Find vitamin C in Jericho Active Serum and Foaming Facial Scrub.

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A, or Retinol as it is usually referred to in skin care, is extremely important if you have dry skin since it can help your skin rebuild tissues. Therefore it is one of the key ingredients in Jericho Anti-Aging products like Jericho Premium Facial Sauna Mask.

In addition, Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that is recommended for treating skin ailments such as acne and psoriasis, due to its ability to heal scuffs, wounds and other skin damages. In order to reduce the signs of aging and keep a tighter, smoother looking skin make sure to consume enough vitamin A from food like eggs, leafy greens, milk and carrots and use skin care products that contain Retinol.

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