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Achieving beautiful skin has become one of the biggest aesthetic beautifying priorities for both women and men. Beautiful skin includes a glowing, vibrant and youthful looking appearance, but many people underestimate what effect diet has on appearance and instead focuses exclusively on the latest beauty products and creams.

Although there are some great products with vitamins and minerals in the formulas, what you put into your body is more important than what you put on your skin when trying to achieve your most beautiful skin. What you put into your body affects both your inner and outer health, and experts agree a balanced diet is essential for healthy skin.

If you think about when your skin looked the best and what your diet may have included, chances are when your diet was suffering, your skin suffered as well. Beautiful skin does not happen overnight but is the culmination of what you consistently put in your body. A diet without adequate nutrition will result in sallow, dry, older looking skin after time.

Diets can also significantly affect existing skin conditions. Acne, the most common skin disease affecting more than 17 million people in the U.S., for example, can become exacerbated because of diet, in addition to a number of other chronic skin problems and visible signs of aging.

New research shows the power antioxidants have on promoting healthy, beautiful skin. Beauty companies boast products packed with antioxidants, but there are a number of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients that can nourish your skin from the inside out.

Notable Vitamins for Beautiful Skin:

Vitamin C and E "“ Research has shown that vitamins C and E are able to reduce damage caused by free radicals and can be highly protective against sun damage. Found in lotions and supplements, diets should include plenty of vitamin C from citrus fruits and vegetables like leafy greens, bell peppers, broccoli and cauliflower as well as vitamin E from vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, olives, spinach and asparagus.

Vitamin A "“ Vitamin A is necessary to maintain and repair skin tissue. Found to help reduce lines, wrinkles, control acne and sometimes allow some psoriasis relief, vitamin A can be found in skin creams, supplements and fruits and vegetables are packed with it.

Vitamin B Complex "“ Lacking vitamin B can immediately affect your skin, and even mild deficiencies will create symptoms. Vitamin B is found in many foods, like eggs, rice, oatmeal and bananas. Topical forms of vitamin B have been shown to improve aging in human skin.

Vitamin K "“ Studies have suggested topical vitamin K is able to reduce under eye circles and bruises.

Final Tip: Taking a multivitamin and following a healthy diet rich in vitamins, nutrients and minerals can help reveal the beautiful skin that everyone is capable of having.