Can Supplements Help Improve Skin? 
Supplements can help improve skin by providing essential vitamins and minerals from the inside out. Nutrients that support cell health and regeneration, provide antioxidant protection, and reduce free radicals can help maintain a healthy complexion.
Skin care is more than just the topical products you use every night or in the morning. It’s more than just moisturizers, cleansers, and toners. For your skin to look and feel its best, you need to support your skin from the inside out. Dietary supplements that contain vitamins and nutrients essential to healthy skin can be added to your skin care regimen to support the health and appearance of your skin. So, what vitamins are good for your skin? 
Isotonix OPC-3® Beauty Blend is a revolutionary product that helps to maintain your skin’s complexion, smoothness, and vibrant tone by promoting optimal cellular performance. Standard OPC-3® and our Beauty Blend formula are powerful antioxidant supplements that also contain a combination of vitamins that promote healthy skin.*

The skin also contains collagen, the most important protein in the human body, which is also found in bones, muscles, and tendons. Collagen acts as a sort of scaffolding, providing strength and structure in its various functions throughout the body. 
In the skin, collagen is found in the dermis. It gives the skin its strength and structure, and helps form a fibrous network within the skin from which new cells can grow. Collagen supports healing, and is also a part of the process by which dead skin cells are replaced.As we age, our body’s natural production of collagen diminishes, which may lead to sagging and wrinkles. Certain Isotonix® dietary supplements promote collagen production, helping the skin maintain normal collagen levels to reinforce firmness and support.* 
Elastin is a glycoprotein that is found in the skin. Similar to collagen, elastin aids in maintaining the structure of the skin. But unlike collagen, elastin actually possesses elastic qualities, allowing skin to “snap back” after being stretched and maintaining the “tight” appearance of youthful, healthy skin.

--*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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McIntosh, James. “What is Collagen? What Does Collagen Do?” Medical News Today, 05 Aug. 2015. Web. 06 Jan. 2017, http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/262881.php.