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Sometimes a bright, clear and youthful complexion doesn’t just come down to a good skincare routine, regular facial massage, or the right products to boost your glow. For those of us who may be seeing and feeling the effects of stress, reaching for a daily supplement isn’t just a solution to many healthcare concerns, but can also benefit your physical appearance. In fact, adding specific nutrients and vitamins to your diet via a supplement is a great way to tackle individual concerns from the inside out, whether your skin is dry, red and blotchy, or dull. There are even vitamin blends specifically dedicated to maintaining a clear complexion. So, whether you are looking to boost collagen production by upping your intake of vitamin c, or want to curb breakouts thanks to the helping hand of zinc–or perhaps you want to fight off wrinkles with omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants—there is, no doubt, a supplement that fits your specific concern. Here, 8 of our favorites for radiant skin, try out steel bite pro.

Skin + Digestion Formula
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A blend of vitamin B12m and vitamin c to maintain connective tissue health, and of course collagen formation. Zinc helps relieve acne, and burdock is added to treat symptoms of mild eczema and dermatitis. Nutrition is an integral part of good skin so these supplements also help relieve digestive discomfort and support the gastrointestinal system’s health by helping metabolize fat, protein, and carbohydrates.

Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies
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Many health gurus and nutritionists advocate for daily intake of apple cider vinegar to not only promote microbiome health, but also help clear skin by assisting in the body’s detoxifying processes. Bonus: these gummies are delicious, vegan, organic, non-GMO, gluten free, and gelatin free.

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Skin Clear Supplements
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Perricone MD has created a comprehensive blend of supplements that help maintain a clear complexion. In the 30 day supply: alpha lipoic acid, DMAE, chromium, zinc, omega-3, b-complex, vitamin C, evening primrose oil, ascorbyl palmitate, vitamin e, calcium, magnesium and vitamin D. Not only does each individual packet have everything necessary to support the appearance of healthy skin, but it also has the essential nutrients to aid immune health.

GOOPGLOW Morning Skin Superpowder
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Collagen is a necessary component of bouncy, healthy, bright skin. So, the good people at Goop created a power shot to help keep that youthful dewiness, with a mix of vitamins C, E, CoQ10, grape-seed extracts, lutein, and zeaxanthin.

More: How to Get Dewy Skin

Arctic Repair Fine Lines and Wrinkles Supplement
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If wrinkles and fine lines are a concern, look to this unique blend of omegas and lingonberry seed oil, which is said to help rejuvenate the appearance of skin and reduce wrinkles, while also increasing the skin’s hydration levels.

More: Anti Aging Products We Swear By

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Omega Elixir Inner Beauty Oil
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$59.00
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If you prefer taking your daily omega (helpful for maintaining a smooth and vibrant complexion) mixed into meals, the Omega Elixir is your ticket. One teaspoon twice daily will have you on track to relieve dryness, but also diminish the look of redness and blotchiness.

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Lucas Sánchez

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Lucas Sánchez (1983)

Nací en Valencia y estudié Bioquímica en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Investigué durante casi 10 años en el Centro Nacional de Biotecnología en el diseño de vacunas para enfermedades prevalentes en el tercer mundo. Durante todos aquellos años tonteé todo lo que pude con el periodismo y la divulgación científica, escribiendo para Público, Materia, Naukas y más recientemente para El País y Radio Nacional de España. Finalmente decidí montar mi propia agencia de comunicación científica: Scienseed.

Fuera del ámbito científico fui guitarrista de los Leftover Lights, banda con la que edité dos discos de estudio “Turning the lights on” (2012) y “Universe” (2014). He escrito una novela que se llama “Impostores” (2012) y, desde entonces, siempre está a puntito de salir la segunda.