5 Ways Vitamin A Generates Beautiful Skin | Awayion Beauty

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Growing up your Mom probably told you to take Vitamin A.

She may have even warned you that not getting enough could mess up your skin.

Every wonder why she said so?

In this post, discover 5 ways Vitamin A is yummy for your skin. Because every girl deserves to know the vitamin that causes stunning skin.

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Healthy Skin Cells
  2. Smooth Skin
  3. No Blotches
  4. Glowing Skin
  5. Prevents Fine Wrinkles

So if your skin needs a boost, check this list out.

1. Healthy Skins Cells

First, when skin cells receive the acid form of this vitamin they grow faster. Faster skin cell growth results in the skin’s ability to heal wounds faster.

The older you are the more of this vitamin you will need for this beauty boost.

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2. Smooth Skin

The acid form of Vitamin A helps your epidermis (top layer of skin). It helps your skin become smoother, less dry, and rough.

It also helps your skin’s natural exfoliation to create a beautiful-looking skin.

3. No Blotches

This vitamin reduces blotches and splotches caused by hyper-pigmentation on the skin.

4. Glowing Skin

Glowing Skin by Awayion Beauty

Also, the acid form of this vitamin stimulates blood flow. And promotes the formation of new blood vessels. It reduces blood flow in aged, sun damaged skin.

More blood flow creates a livelier, glowing skin appearance.

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5. Prevents Fine Wrinkles

Applying this vitamin to the skin also the helps create a new collagen layer. This layer repairs damaged skin and results in stopping fine wrinkles and lines.

Major Takeaways

You now know how Vitamin A affects your skin beauty.

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Kligman, A. M. (1986). U.S. Patent No. US4603146 A. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.