Stock Up On Fall Foods Enriched With Skin-Loving Vitamin A

It’s hard to believe, but it’s that time of year again, when the wind starts to feel a little chilly, and the leaves turn an assortment of sunset-hued colors. With fall comes some exciting holidays, Thanksgiving at the top of our list!

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This is also the time of year when your skin can feel a little blah,and you can thank the dry air for that. It may be tempting to cover yourself up in a scarf, with just your eyes peeking out, but why not rather tackle your skincare woes head-on so you can enjoy radiant and bright skin, no matter how dark and gloomy the weather gets?

This is the season for PSL (pumpkin spiced lattes) and everything nice, including an array of fall foods that your skin will simply love! The one vitamin that most fall fruits and veggies have in common is Vitamin A. You may not know much about this vitamin now, but by the end of the article, you’ll be talking your friends’ ears off about the awesome benefits for your skin!

Keep reading to find out which fall foods rich in Vitamin A will do double duty at this year’s Thanksgiving feast – being equally delicious and seriously improving your skin. 

What’s the Big Deal About Vitamin A?

Vitamin A is absolutely essential for healthy skin, end of story. You may have heard of a retinol cream, but been unaware that retinol is actually Vitamin A derivatives that have some excellent benefits for your skin. In fact, did you know, that if there’s one product we recommend starting as soon as your early twenties, it’s a retinol cream? 

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Remember, it’s what you do now that sets the foundation for how your skin ages. Prevention is better than cure, so start now before you spot your first pesky wrinkle!

We could write an essay about the benefits of Vitamin A for your skin, but all you need to know is that it will hydrate your skin cells, smooth your skin texture, increase blood flow, regulate sebum production, and normalize cellular turnover. The exciting thing about increased blood flow is that not only will your skin start to rival Jennifer Lopez’s famous glow, you’ll help promote the formation of collagen in your skin, so your skin will stay firm and plump as each birthday rolls around.

Try our Rebooting Night Serum, rich in Vitamin A and probiotics and wake up to happier and brighter skin!

Fall Foods Rich in Vitamin A

Our top fall veggies, rich in this antioxidant vitamin include:

  • Pumpkin
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Butternut Squash
  • Apples

Be sure to include these foods in your diet as often as you can through the chilly season; your skin will thank you.

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