Vitamin A

Also known as Retinol, Retinyl palmitate and retinoic acid. Vitamin A Increases the production of new cells and rejection of old cells. Studies show that sun-induced wrinkles and pigment disorders are reduced.

 

But that’s not the only thing; studies show that it:

 

  1.  Absorbs UVA and UVB rays in the skin as a sunscreen.
  2.  Provides rapid skin renewal, increases production of new cells
  3.  Regulates sebum production.
  4.  New formation of connective tissue and normalized cell division.
  5.  Maintain the immune system by increasing potential Langerhans cells (protecting DNA)
  6.  Contributes to keratin, which is the building material for the hair.
  7.  Reinforces the hair and the texture of the hair. Stimulates the sebum production

Fun fact: The absence of vitamin A can result in hair loss and dandruff, as cellular waste fills hair follicles.