Discover How You Can Prevent Aging With Vitamin C

People age at a different pace when they begin to grow old. Some age gracefully, while many others think that there’s nothing gracious about it as they have to fight wrinkles and sagging skin.

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Fortunately, there is a solution that will reverse the signs of aging. And that solution is Vitamin C, which can be taken in the form of fruits, juices, and even supplements.

Collagen is an essential element that provides shape and firmness to your skin. As you age the collagen in your skin will lose elasticity which leads to wrinkles and fine lines. Vitamin C boosts the production of collagen within weeks and gives your skin a youthful appearance.

Vitamin C can be found in the following:

· Citrus fruits
· Broccoli
· Papaya
· Strawberries
· Kiwi
· Pineapple
· Mangoes

This infographic below has details about other vitamins which are beneficial for your skin.

14 Potent Vitamins for Younger and Healthier Skin

In addition to eating them, these fruits can bring about incredible changes when you use them on your skin. Lemon and orange have a high content of Vitamin C. By using the juice on your skin regularly you can prevent wrinkles and fine lines.

You can also use them on age spots, dark marks on your face and the backs of your hands. Make sure you apply it every day to see significant results. Furthermore, vitamin C is a great source of antioxidants.

Apart from the beauty benefits of Vitamin C it also:

· Keeps your heart healthy

· Has cancer preventing properties

· Boosts brain power

· Protects your eyesight

Your appearance is an indicator of your health. But, sometimes even if you’re healthy, your skin ages. So by including Vitamin C in your daily diet, you can fix your skin and improve your health in many ways. Ultimately, Vitamin C can change the way your skin ages so it’s worth getting your daily dose today!

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