INTERNAL BEAUTY DRY SKIN
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) will help this condition by promoting healthy cell development, wound healing, and resistance to infections. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient. Because it is water-soluble and dietary intake varies, regular supplementation is important. As an antioxidant, Vitamin C works at the cellular level to reduce the adverse effects of oxidation and premature aging. Since it is involved with the production of collagen and connective tissue, Vitamin C helps maintain function and strong connective tissue, blood vessels and capillaries, as well as healthy skin and gums. Vitamin C can reduce bruising and support the immune and adrenal functions.
Internal cell salts are extremely important. You can also rinse your face with pure ozone water, which is great for killing bacteria without over-stripping the skin. Another element needed internally is green tea extract, which is a powerful antioxidant, even more powerful than Vitamin E. Regular exercise to stimulate the metabolism combined with eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains will go a long way toward regenerating the skin; along with getting plenty of phytonutrients (green leafy vegetables), antioxidants A, C, E, essential fatty acids, and lots of water. This condition will be helped by a healthy lifestyle, and like all skin types, avoiding smoking and excessive use of medications.