Omegas, Sea Buckthorn & Vitamins, Oh My! Our Favorite Beauty Supplements

It’s no secret that good nutrition, proper hydration and a great cleansing regimen can make a huge difference in the health of your skin. But what about supplements? Here are a few our practitioners love.

New Chapter Wholemega
Essential fatty acids are key to healthy, moisturized skin. Omega 3s and 6s help reduce inflammation, (which can deprive the skin of nutrients) and are involved in the production of phospholipids and ceramides, which contribute to overall skin health and moisture. Get the full complement of omega 3s, 5s, 6s, 7s and 9s in this one fabulous supplement.

New Chapter Supercritical Omega-7
“It’s actually been proven in women to help skin retain its youthful appearance longer,” says Lisa Sawabini, Pharmaca esthetician. “When someone has intense dryness, I might recommend omega-7 and they’d be able to see a difference in as little as a week.” The richness comes from the omega-7s found in Sea Buckthorn, which has been used for centuries in Europe and Asia for its medicinal properties.

Reserveage Collagen Booster

This mix of the potent antioxidant resveratrol, hylauronic acid and chondroitin can help fill in fine lines and fight cellular damage while it’s supporting the strength of joints, hair and nails. It was also just named Best Beauty Supplement of the year by Delicious Living magazine!

Natural Factors BioSil
Because collagen begins to diminish rapidly after the age of 30, a good supplement can make all the difference. This one can help generate collagen, elastin and keratin, according to esthetician Carolyn Racke, and can help strengthen bones and joints.

Vitamin C
This nutrient is not only vital for protecting skin from environmental assaults, it’s also fundamental to the production of skin moisture factors, says Ben Fuchs, formulator for Sanitas Skincare. Get your daily dose through fizzy Emergen-C or tasty Pharmaca Chewable Vitamin C.

Vitamin A
“Overall skin health is closely connected to vitamin A metabolism,” says Fuchs. “Supplementing with this important nutrient can have a profound effect on skin hydration and the proliferation of excess skin cells.” Find vitamin A in a good daily multivitamin.

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