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Vitamin D skincare is a new solution to cell growth

Vitamin D skincare is a new solution to cell growth

There is a 80% chance you've been told by your doctor you're deficient in Vitamin D. If that's the case, you've probably already googled how much sun you can get to help Vitamin D levels and what foods are high in Vitamin D; but have you ever considered Vitamin D skincare?

Many don't know that Vitamin D is also extremely important for the health, beauty, and longevity of the largest organ in your body - YOUR SKIN.

The issue is while your body uses sun to create Vitamin D, the sun also speeds up skin aging and damages your skin. Eventually, causing wrinkles, sun spots, and possibly even skin cancer.

That's why Vitamin D skincare is a viable option for people who are deficient in Vitamin D or just want to help their skin cell growth and protect their skin from environmental pollutants that can cause premature aging. Consider it a boost for your skin cells immune system.

Vitamin D lotions can deliver benefits directly to your skin, preserving its softness, health, and youthful appearance.

Why sun is not the best source of Vitamin D:

Your skin has the ability to manufacture as much as 10,000 IU of vitamin D after 20–30 minutes of summer sun exposure. But there are many limiting factors to internal vitamin D synthesis that include age, skin color, geographic latitude, seasonal variation in sunlight availability, and the widespread (but necessary) use of sunscreen, which all make it difficult for your body to produce the vitamin D it needs for optimal health through sun exposure alone.

Too much sun damages the skin, creating wrinkles and fine lines, while increasing skin cancer risk. Still, your skin’s ability to synthesize a portion of its daily requirement directly from sunlight makes vitamin D unique among all other nutrients.

This is where Vitamin D skincare is helpful: rates of cell division and differentiation are triggered by growth factors and other molecules that are controlled by the presence of vitamin D. If your body is not synthesizing the necessary amounts of Vitamin D then your skin cells wont grow optimally. Therefore, you might start to see the outside layer of your skin becoming thinner and more fragile. It begins to sag because of the lack of support in your cells. This is one of the main reasons Vitamin D is essential to achieve healthy looking skin.

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