Vitamin A, sometimes known as retinol, has many key benefits when it comes to your body. …read moreSee less
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Is vitamin A good for the skin?
Vitamin A is an antioxidant that may help to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, ultimately promoting better, healthier skin.
Additionally, it may help to shrink those stubborn breakouts by reducing inflammation, one of the leading causes of acne.
If you’re thinking about taking vitamin A for your skin, you can apply it directly onto the skin in the form of a topical skincare product or take a supplement.
Why is vitamin A bad for pregnancy?
The right amount of vitamin A is essential for your baby’s development, to make sure their vision and immune system are working as they should.
However, too much vitamin A can be very harmful to your baby.
Your body will store the excess amount of vitamin A in your liver, which creates a toxic effect and can cause birth defects or abnormalities in your baby.
You should be getting the right amount of vitamin A from your prenatal vitamins and your diet - do not take an additional vitamin A supplement while pregnant, and if you do, speak to your doctor immediately.
Do multivitamin tablets work?
Vitamin supplements can be effective at treating deficiencies in certain nutrients when you’re not getting enough of them from your diet or lifestyle.
Your diet should always be the first place you look to for your vitamin intake, but if you find that you’re struggling to get enough of a certain nutrient, vitamin supplements could help you get back on track.
When choosing your vitamin supplements, we’d recommend asking your doctor or pharmacist for advice that’s tailored to you.
They can help you to assess your lifestyle and nutritional needs and make sure these are met through a balanced diet with food supplements to back up your intake if you need them.
How do I know which vitamins are vegan?
Look at the label first - you want to get a product that is 100% free from any animal product or animal-derived ingredients.
Most vitamins will boldly state whether they’re suitable for vegetarians or vegans, or have the official green logo on the container to provide clarity to shoppers.
Certain supplements, like omega 3, are harder to find in a vegan alternative.