Improve your skin with three simple solutions

We all want to wake up and have naturally perfect skin. Our skin is our first line of defense, protecting us from bacteria, pollution, and other outside substances. Nothing is more frustrating than having unclear, or oily looking skin. Many factors impact your skin, ranging from genetics and hormones, to external influences such as, diet, stress, sun exposure, smoking and more.  

At Capsuline, we want to help you look and feel your best. From taking supplements, to changing your lifestyle, we found the three best solutions to improving your skins health.


Vitamin E  

Vitamin E has been shown to improve the look of your skin, while also acting as a barrier between outside factors. Vitamin E’s benefits derive from its antioxidant properties which help fight inflammation, as well as slow the effects of free radicals. Vitamin E has also been shown to have moisturizing benefits and may help decelerate the aging process. 

There are many ways to incorporate Vitamin E in your daily routine. Many people get vitamin E from a diet rich in peanuts, almonds, leafy greens, meat, and dairy.  Vitamin E can be taken as an oral supplement as well, using our empty vegetarian capsules makes that solution simple. Another way to get your vitamin E is by applying it topically, either as an oil, or in a cream.  



We know you saw this one coming. You are what you eat, and that is especially true when it comes to the health of your skin. Diet plays a significantly large role in the development of your skin. Many fried and overly processed foods have been shown to cause acne and pre-mature aging.  It’s important to always be mindful of what's going into your body.  

Each person reacts differently to the food they eat. For many, fast food, refined grains and sugars, and dairy, have been shown to cause acne breakouts. However, foods such as kale, tomatoes, olive oil, and mangoes have been shown to have positive effects on the skin. Be conscious of what food you may be sensitive to and find alternatives to foods that harm your skin. 



Researchers suspect that your skin increases the quantity of sebum produced when under stress. Sebum is an oily substance that blocks your pores, which can ultimately lead to breakouts and acne. Researchers have also found that people with high stress levels accelerate the skins aging process.   

It’s important to keep your stress as minimal as possible, as stress can harm more than just your skin. Try to calm your mind with meditation or yoga when stressed. Make sure to spend some time doing things you enjoy, relaxing with a book or taking a nice walk are good ways to clear your mind and keep stress at bay.  


Everyone wants to feel and look their best. You don’t need to spend tons of money on expensive creams and washes. Taking the right precautions, focusing on a healthy diet, keeping stress levels low, and having a good skin routine can improve your skins health both internally and externally. Find out which solutions work best for you and get ready to have glowing skin. 


 This blog provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this blog, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. 

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