Let’s take a look at what the most important vitamins are for people in their twenties, thirties, and so on.
20s: Vitamins A and E
In your 20s, you may be less likely to notice any wrinkles than you will in your 30s or 40s. But that doesn’t mean it’s time to let your skin care regimen slide! In addition to using a daily sunscreen and moisturizer with SPF, it’s important to make sure you’re taking vitamin A and E regularly.
Vitamin A is essential for cell growth, helps regenerate cells, and can help reduce the signs of aging such as wrinkles or dark spots by strengthening skin tissue. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects cells from free radical damage caused by pollution or UV rays from the sun; it also helps keep collagen production up so that skin stays firm and healthy looking.
30s: Vitamins C and D
In your 30s, you’re more likely to see some signs of aging around the eyes–fine lines or wrinkles–and on other parts of your face like the forehead or mouth area (even if you’ve been religiously applying vitamin A). It’s time to add a few more vitamins into your diet!
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that keeps our immune system healthy; it also works with other antioxidants like vitamin E so we don’t get sunburned as easily when we spend too much time outdoors without SPF protection.
When it comes to your skin, don’t neglect your body especially in winter. In fact, you need to pay special attention to keeping your skin hydrated from head to toe. One product that can help in the ongoing fight against winter dry skin is SkinMilk Shower Gel.
Formulated with 5% real milk proteins, and Vitamins A,D and E to soften & sooth as you shower, the handy 8 oz. size is great for tossing in a gym bag or weekender tote.
Meanwhile, vitamin D helps keep bones strong–a must if we want them intact when we get older!