You may not see facial care as an important part of your overall strategy for health and well-being, but the truth is that your skin and therefore your
face too, is a reflection of the state of your inner health.
The skin is the largest organ in the body, and healthy skin is often a reflection of a healthy body and conversely, unhealthy skin is often the first sign
or symptom that something may be wrong with the body.
Like all of the organs in the body, the skin and therefore the face, require various vitamins, minerals and nutrients to remain healthy and to function at
optimal levels. Nutrients required to feed the skin and to keep it healthy include vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin E. These vitamins are not only
essential for skin health but they are also powerful antioxidants.
Oxidants and free radicals damage the skin causing wrinkles, lines and blemishes, the signs we normally associate with aging. If the skin is being damaged
by free radicals then chances are the body and other organs are also being damaged. By providing the skin with vitamins, minerals and nutrients to stay
healthy, you are actually providing the body a way to remain healthy.
A good comprehensive supplement aimed at keeping the skin healthy will therefore help you to ensure that the body remains healthy too.