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Supplement Stack for Healthy Clear Skin
This past year, I decided I wanted to start taking care of my skin. Taking inspiration from a Youtuber I follow, Pump Chasers, I decided to try the supplement stack that the channel’s creator, Chris Jones, is using. I’ve made a few adjustments, but it is pretty much the same. And after about 30 months of consistent supplementation, I have noticed that my arms, chest, back, and face are noticeably more precise. So today, I wanted to share my Supplement Stack for Healthy Clear Skin. Let’s get started.
Before anyone should start taking supplements for their skin, hydration needs to be addressed. Getting enough clean drinking water in your body daily is essential for your skin and overall bodily performance.
I can’t say precisely how much you should drink, but I go for half your body weight in ounces daily. I’m sorry, but coffee, soda, tea, and alcohol do not count toward your daily intake. I am talking about pure, clean drinking water.
Once your water is good to go, the supplements should be looked into. This is why water is #1 on our Supplement Stack for Healthy Clear Skin.
You may have already heard Biotin is referred to as vitamin H, but it is a B vitamin that helps the body convert food into energy. And that energy helps your eyes, hair, and skin stay healthy.
I’ve explicitly noticed that my hair and nails grow faster when I supplement with Biotin.
We recommend Nature’s Bounty Biotin. You can check current prices on Amazon here.
Vitamin D3 is produced naturally in response to sunlight. But supplementation may be a better option t for those who don’t get that much sunlight.
While sunlight is ultimately a better option since it’s natural and free, supplementing can benefit, especially during the winter when the days are shorter.
There is a side benefit as well in that Vitamin D3 is excellent for teeth and bones.
I have been using Nature Made vitamin D3. You can check current prices on Amazon here.
The last supplement on this list is fish oil. I’ve talked about the benefits of fish oil in previous articles, but today we will discuss the benefits of skincare and health. Fish oil is very high in omega-3 fatty acids.
Since the skin is the largest organ in the body, it is exceptionally high in omega-3 fatty acids. Fish oil helps maintain those levels, especially as we age. Also, some skin disorders like psoriasis could benefit from fish oil supplementation. (1)
The only drawback to me since taking fish oil is that you can sometimes burp up a fishy flavor if you take it on an empty stomach. It’s not bad, but it’s something to note.
I have been using Nature’s Bound fish oil. You can check current prices on Amazon here.