These three vitamins are a part of the vitamin B complex , and have to be derived from our diet or supplements. Together, the vitamins work at cellular level to keep skin healthy and radiant.
• Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine plays a big role in the growth and repair of skin cells. It helps regulate hormones that cause acne flareups, especially during menstrual cycles. Alongside, vitamin B6reduces acne related inflammation, keeping skin clear and calm.
• Riboflavin, commonly known as vitaminB2 contributes to healthy cell turnover, directly ensuring a revitalised, bright and radiant complexion. It regulates mucus secretion in the skin and prevents acne breakouts. It clears up pesky spots too. A deficiency in riboflavin can cause dry, cracked skin in the corners of your mouth, hyper-sensitivity of the skin to products, climate and other external aggressors.
• Thiamine mononitrate, also known as vitamin B1, is a powerful antioxidant and improves blood circulation which is so important for a glowing skin. Fine lines, wrinkles and age spots get reduced significantly with thiamine mononitrate.
This is also popularly known as the anti-stress vitamin and supports the functions of the nervous system in a big way.