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Vitamin A :The Strongest Wrinkle Fighter.
Vitamin A is essential for the formation of healthy skin cells. Deficiency of Vitamin A over a long period of time can lead to thick, itchy dry skin which can be prone to infection. Taking vitamin A as a supplement can also be helpful for treating many skin disorders such as acne, eczema, rashes and infections.

Vitamin B : The Skin Conditioner.
The B vitamins are important for skin and nerve health. It may be helpful to take if you suffer from dull skin.

Vitamin C : The Skin�s Defense System.
One of vitamin C�s main role is the manufacture of collagen, the substance which forms the basis of connective tissue, or the glue that holds the skin cells together. Collagen fibres act to hold the skin taut and firm as we age. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant which means it is able to neutralise the dangerous molecules called free radicals that form when the body is exposed to sunlight, smog and cigarette smoke.

Vitamin E: For Extra Protection.
Both vitamin C and vitamin E have been shown to protect the skin against sun damage. Vitamin E is an oil so it helps to soften the complexion. Taken as a supplement vitamin E is absorbed into cell membranes where it acts as an antioxidant, protecting the cells from damage.

Vitamin E comes in different forms: the more potent version is alpha tocopherol. You can add the contents of a vitamin E capsule to your regular moisturiser.