Yes, you can take supplements for clear, healthy, glowing skin

Yes, you can take supplements for clear, healthy, glowing skin 1

If you’re not looking after yourself in general, one of the first places it’s going to reflect is on your face. This is why living a healthy lifestyle that includes getting enough sleep, exercise and the right nutrition will have a positive effect on your skin. Still, with restrictive diets on the rise, it can be hard to get what you need.

Fortunately, taking a multivitamin supplement such as Renewal Institute Multivitamin and Mineral can ensure you’re getting the essentials. It includes a host of vitamins and minerals, many of which are antioxidants, that are vital to your wellbeing and translate to healthy-looking skin.

The best fats for your face
Another basic but essential nutrient for glowing skin is a mix of all three omega-3-fatty acids – ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). While certain grains, nuts and seeds contain ALA, the latter two are found in fatty fish and a certain type of algae. If you’re eating a very well-balanced plant-based diet, it might be possible to get enough EPA from what’s on your plate, but do you really want to consume copious amounts of algae to ensure you’re ingesting the other two? Rather cover your all your bases using a supplement such as Renewal Institute Omega 3. Omega-3 fatty acids, specifically EPA, are extremely beneficial for the skin. They’re amazing anti-inflammatories that play a role in regulating oil production, boost hydration, improve the look of acne and can help block the UV-ray triggered enzymes that slowly degrade our collagen supply and lead to premature ageing. What’s not to love?

Speaking of collagen, you might be interested in iSkin Supercollagen +C. It contains peptan, a collagen peptide that can stimulate your skin’s natural collagen content to reproduce, helping to keep it firmer for longer. Better yet, it’s got a delicious mulberry taste!

A bit about acne
As we said, anyone dealing with acne will benefit from taking an anti-inflammatory omega-3 supplement. Also, a multivitamin will serve you well as acne sufferers typically have vitamin E, A, selenium and zinc deficiencies. Still, it doesn’t stop there. You can also consider a very targeted supplement like Lamelle Acnevelle. It contains zinc as well as niacinamide, also known as vitamin B3. When taken together, a study showed that these two nutrients caused an 88% improvement in the number of pimples over a space of two months. The benefits don’t stop there. It can also help improve your skin’s barrier function and reduce redness, itching sensitivity and inflammation.

If that sounds good, you’ll also want to know about our very own acne supplement – Health Renewal Acne Aid 2 in 1. It also contains the winning combination that is niacinamide and zinc BUT you also get the added bonus of selenium plus a host of botanical extracts known for their potent antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Extra protection
Last but not least, we can’t not talk about sun protection. After all, when it comes to premature ageing, the sun is the number one culprit. At this point, most of us realise that, if you’re wanting skin that looks at as youthful as possible, it’s essential that we avoid sun exposure wherever possible and wear a high protection factor sunscreen. Still, every day, scientific research is proving that topical protection isn’t always enough, especially if you’re very fair and lack the “built-in sun protection” those with darker skin can benefit from. In this case, it’s a great idea to take a sun protection supplement.

Two of our favourites are Lamelle Ovelle 3D and Heliocare 360. Lamelle’s supplement contains vitamin D3 and Pycnogenol, a super antioxidant made from pine bark. When ingested, it breaks down into several incredibly effective antioxidants that protect your skin’s collagen and increase your skin’s hyaluronic acid content to improve hydration. The real plus point, however, is that increases your skin’s natural resistance to the damaging effects of the sun. If you suffer from pigmentation, Pycnogenol is a must. As for Heliocare 360, these contain a tropical fern extract scientifically proven to increase your resistance to UV radiation plus antioxidant vitamins C and E.

At the end of the day, what you put on your plate is just as important as what you apply to your face. Don’t take any chances with your health, especially if you’re on a restrictive diet. Rather take a top-quality supplement such as those you’ll find at The Renewal Institute and rest assured you’re getting everything you need.

This post was sponsored by Skin Renewal. 


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