Vitamin B: six different B vitamins which together form central motor for the metabolism. Vitamin B2 is very good for the skin, hair and nails. Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) is the Queen of beauty vitamins. It has smoothing and accelerating cell growth. In the cosmetics industry a more stable form of the B vitamin effect: panthenol. It penetrates deep into the skin and binds the moisture. This vitamin is included in: sea fish, lean pork, liver, yeast. Vitamin C: vitamin C promotes the cellular respiration and stimulates the collagen structure.
It tightens the connective tissue and keeps the skin elastic. This vitamin C is an important free radicals and protects the skin against harmful environmental influences. It is included in: Kiwi, Sea buckthorn, blackcurrants, elderberry, broccoli, kale, lettuce, papaya, leek. Vitamin E: this vitamin is the Central protection vitamin for cell walls. It delays the aging of the skin and smoothes and rejuvenates the skin.
It is contained in food: vegetable oils, cabbage, peppers, mango, nuts and raw cabbage. Q: vitamin vitamin F is a mixture of polyunsaturated fatty acids and promotes hair growth and the healthy development of the skin. Vitamin F is included in: cold-pressed vegetable oils, nuts and seeds. H: vitamin vitamin H (biotin) stimulates the regeneration of the skin and promotes the formation of keratin – the basic substance for healthy hair and nails. It is included in: liver, egg yolks, nuts, spinach, mushrooms. Beauty tips for shiny hair: Mix 3 egg yolks with olive oil and fresh lemon juice. After shampooing, massage and let soak 30 minutes under a foil. Rinse well. For dry and blemished skin: Milk Honey Bath: heat, add 2 Tablespoons honey 3 cups of milk and in the bath water. Velvety soft skin: 30 drops Sea buckthorn pulp oil from the pharmacy in the day cream or body lotion (or type in the shampoo).