There are countless lotions and potions we women are expected to slather all over our faces and hair on the regular to ensure our beauty is at it's peak. That being said, what if we told you one of the best things you could do for your beauty routine is take a vitamin supplement? It may sound like hokum, but ingesting certain supplements can actually aid in the health, growth, and appearance of your hair,skin, and nails!

Apparently there are 3 specific supplements that really have the most effect, and those include Biotin, Vitamin B, and Marine Fatty Acids. You're probably wondering exactly what each of them does. So here we go......

Biotin helps your nails, hair and skin regenerate and promotes growth. It also keeps your hair looking shiny and prevents your scalp from getting all flaky and dried out. If you are worried about your hair and nails looking brittle, or breaking, biotin is the way to go. One warning though, if you consider yourself quite hairy in the not so ideal spots (body, face, etc), Biotin may not be the best choice for you because unfortunately, it does not only target head hair. 

Vitamin B is a huge defender against acne because it acts as an antioxidant and anti-bacterial for the skin. It is also an easy way to balance testosterone which is one of the major hormones that leads to breakouts. Bonus: Vitamin B helps prevent stress, which leads to acne, lack of sleep and countless other issues as you probably know.

Ok, we know Marine Fatty Acid sounds kind of gross, but they are actually some of the best combatants against dry skin, flaky scalp, and hair loss. These Omega-3's can be found in nuts and fatty fish, but taking a supplement to aid your diet is a great idea if you are concerned about the appearance and health of your hair, skin, and nails. Another great thing this specific supplement does is help to repair skin cells, even cells that have been damaged due to sun exposure so if you're someone who spends a great deal of time outdoors, you should absolutely consider taking Marine Fatty Acids. 




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