Why your skin loves Vitamin A

Vitamin A, the miracle of glowing, younger and plumper skin! Vitamin A has many various functions - ensuring healthy skin, vision and bones - but here let's focus on the benefits it has on your skin.

If you're concerned about wrinkles or suffer from pigmentation and spots, this is the "V" that you'd be interested in. Vitamin A in its purest form is known as the star skincare ingredient. 

There are two types of vitamin A- carotenoids and retinoids, both of which are converted to retinol by the liver. 

Retinol is the gold standard that stimulates the production of new skin cells. It helps speed up cell regeneration, improve hyper-pigmentation, acne, lines and wrinkles. 

Vitamin A in skincare

Choose skincare products such as serums or creams with retinol/vitamin A to use in your skincare routine. Always remember that every product has different percentages of retinol. The higher the percentage doesn't always mean it's better, instead it could have the opposite effect and harm your skin. If you are new to retinol, start with a minimum percentage. 

Skin Care with Vitamin A helps to speed up healing, prevent breakouts and support the skin's immune system and it promotes natural moisturising - which means it helps to hydrate the skin effectively, giving it a radiant glow. It assists in promoting and maintaining a healthy dermis and epidermis; the top two layers of your skin.

So, what does Vitamin A really do?

⭐️ Neutralizes free radicals, which boosts production of elastin & collagen⁠ , like  AMARANTH Moist Lift Plus Serum

⭐️ Treats target inflammation and bacteria (acne, scars), like⁠ AMARANTH Saibow Emulsion

⭐️ Exfoliates the skin’s surface that can help to improve texture and tone, like DIREIA Stem Amperity Face Cream

⭐️ Treats acne by unclogging pores and prevents further outbreaks of the skin⁠, like Amaranth Saibow Lotion

⭐️ Fights signs of aging by reducing wrinkles and fine lines, like  AXXZIA N2AXEL Anti-Aging Lotion

⭐️ Treats sunspots and other signs of sun damage⁠, like CORECO VC-C Gel Massage Cream-Gel

10 foods rich in vitamin A 

Vitamin A is an important, fat-soluble vitamin found in many types of food. It comes in two forms: retinol, which is mostly found in animal products, and provitamin A or beta-carotene, which is found in red, yellow, and some green fruits and vegetables.

Both of these types of vitamin A are available in supplement form, but research suggests that it is best absorbed with sources of dietary fats. Eating foods rich in vitamin A has been shown to be important for maintaining your reproductive health, your eyesight, and your immune system. Here are the most common products rich in Vitamin A:

  • Salmon
  • Bluefin Tuna
  • Broccoli
  • Tomatoes
  • Kale
  • Carrots
  • Spinach
  • Mango
  • Watermelon