Best Vitamin B for your skin
We already talked about micronutrients, which Vitamins and Minerals are part of. One thing people do not research on are each of these.
Vitamin Bs are some of the most important vitamins in your body, especially for your skin.
Your skin is equally affected by what you ingest and what you put on it. At Eblouir, we are big advocates for having a good balance between nutrition & skincare.
Vitamin B are some of the best support to support your skin health.
How many vitamin B are there?
There are eight types of vitamin B:
Vitamin B1: Thiamin. Converts the glucose in your body into energy and helps with nerve functions. Can be found in legumes, whole meal cereals, nuts, pork, or yeast.
Vitamin B2: Riboflavin. It will help in energy product. vision and skin health. Can be found in egg white, leafy greens, some cheeses, milk, meat, liver, or kidney.
Vitamin B3: Niacin. Helps with skin heal, inflammation and wound healing. Can be found in dairy products, mushroom, liver, nuts and leafy.
Vitamin B5: Pantothenic acid. Helps with skin health and moisturization. Can be found in legumes, poultry, broccoli, mushrooms, or avocado.
Vitamin B6: Pyridoxine. Help with stress relief, regulate mood and sleep. Can be found in poultry, meat, potato, seeds, bananas.
Vitamin B7: Biotin. Help with cells protection, cell damage. Can be found in nuts, broccoli, tomatoes.
Vitamin B9: Folic acid. Often prescribed to pregnant women. Great for cell production. Can be found in leafy greens, broccoli, citrus, nuts, and beets.
Vitamin B12: Cyanocobalamin. Helps with brain health and stress. Can be found in animal products such as eggs, dairy, fish, and meat.
As you can see, this is important to get your daily dose of vitamin B as these are key to a healthy skin. On top of using our skincare products you should always thrive for a healthy diet.