In this quick video, I talk about what vitamin deficiencies might be contributing to skin problems like acne, rosacea, eczema, oily skin and stretch marks.
Additional resources (first two are mentioned in the video):
- Oily Skin + Dehydrated Skin
- Previous Video (pinpointing internal causes of skin problems)
- Batty’s resource hubs:
- Products from Batty’s Bath that target:
- First Step to Clear Skin (what Batty recommends)
Hey everyone! It’s Batty here from BattysBath.ca and today I thought I’d do a quick video on skin conditions and vitamin deficiency. This is just going to be a super real quick rundown of common vitamin deficiencies that correlate with specific skin conditions so just dive right in.
If you are suffering with acne and you’re wondering if maybe your diet has something to do with it, first see my previous video because I mentioned a lot of things about how to figure out if there’s internal reasons for you skin conditions. 90% of the time, there usually is if you have chronic skin conditions and stubborn skin conditions or just having a really, really hard time trying to figure out what is causing your issues, your skin issues that is. Anyway, check out my previous videos first and then come back here and I will be here to run down a couple vitamin deficiencies for you. For those of you who have already seen my previous video, I’m just going to dive right in.
If you’re suffering with acne, common deficiencies related to acne are usually vitamin A, E, C and Zinc. Sometimes it doesn’t have to be a deficiency, sometimes if you increase the amount of these vitamins in your diet, sometimes that helps to move thing along as far as your skin healing. Zinc is one of those ones that’s been scientifically proven over and over again to help with acne. Next, dry skin or eczema, if you have that what you want to do is focus on vitamin A and C because both of those help to rejuvenate your skin from the inside out.
If you’re suffering from oily skin, now, you might also have acne but if oily skin is a part of that or you have super oily skin without breakouts, what you want to focus on is your vitamin B2 intake. That one’s really good at helping to control oil and balance that whole situation. Now, if you do have oily skin and it’s been a struggle for a while, please also see my blog post about oily skin can be dehydrated skin.
If you have rosacea, what you want to focus on is your vitamin B2 intake. Now, you might notice that a lot of time, B vitamins play a big role and it’s really good idea to get a lot of those in your diet anyway because they’re really great for energy and all kinds of other things. Last thing I’m going to talk about is stretch marks. If you’re trying to minimize the look of them or avoid them altogether, you want to focus on vitamin E and B6 and Zinc.
Yeah. That’s about it for this video, I just want to do a super quick one this week and just hopefully help you point you in the right direction for some internal things that you can do this week to help your healing along for acne and rosacea, eczema, oily skin or stretch marks. I hope you found this video helpful. If you have any questions, you can always reach me at Info@BattysBath.com or find me on Facebook at Batty’s Bath or Twitter at Batty’s Bath. Yeah. Chill. I will see you next time.
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