Vitamin A: Vitamin A is an antioxidant that helps with the renewal and growth of your skin cells. So essentially, it keeps you looking younger for longer, which is definitely a good thing. If you apply it to your skin, in the form of some kind of cream it’s going to help boost the collagen production in your cells and increase the level of cell turnover, which generally slows as you age.
Vitamin B: This vitamin is all about promoting natural exfoliation and helping your skin retain its firmness as it increases the fatty acids in your skin.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C is the building block of collagen, that massively important protein that gives your skin structure, tone and elasticity, so you should probably start eating more oranges.
Vitamin D: Vitamin D is essential for skin cell development.
Vitamin E: This one is all about skin tissue and keeping it healthy and happy.
Fat: Unsaturated or good fats help your skin stay supple and soft and your hair really shiny. But remember we are talking olive oil, avocado, fish and seeds here, not KFC.