4 “Beauty Vitamins” That Just Don’t Work—And the 3 That Do – Sporteluxe (press release) (blog)

The world of cosmetics and beauty in general has become very scientific as late. All kinds of factors are included in how your complexion appears. Now days diet we know that diet is an important part that may have been overlooked and several companies have made it so that you can get in supplement form what you might be missing in what you eat. Unfortunately not all of them are all they’re cracked up to be. Let this guide you away from the bad ones and towards those that could actually help.

    Key Takeaways:

  • The go-to ingredient that’s found in almost every beauty vitamin formulation, biotin has long been associated with long, strong tresses.
  • The body needs biotin, also known as vitamin B7, to metabolize fats and proteins. Because it’s partially responsible for new cell production, biotin gained a reputation for hair and skin health.
  • But unless you’re severely deficient, there’s very little evidence that proves it encourages hair growth or younger-looking skin.

“Too much dairy and sugar? Expect to wake up with a pimple or two. And after a late night out (and knocking back a few cocktails), it’s obvious that your complexion isn’t as glowy as it is when you’ve gotten a solid eight hours of sleep and hit the H2O hard.”

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