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Skin Care Specialists Help Others Get Serious About Looking Their Best

Everyone has a skin care plan, whether they realize it or not. Some skin care plans are more premeditated than others, but it comes down to this -- whatever you do (or don't do) affects the skin you're in. In fact, even the food you eat, and the vitamins therein, affect the health of your skin (i.e., how fast your skin ages and how it looks).

Want beautiful skin? That's where a skin care specialist comes in. These professionals help people plan and execute the best possible skin care plan, starting from the inside out. Here's how to ACE your skin care:

If you want healthy skin, skin care specialists recommend consuming plenty of vitamin A, which keeps skin moist. Find this skin care treat in orange, red, and yellow fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and cantaloupe, and green leafy vegetables such as spinach and broccoli.

Skin care specialists also know that vitamin C helps hold skin together and give it tone. Reap the skin care benefits of vitamin C via citrus fruits, berries, potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and leafy green vegetables.

Don't forget vitamin E, which helps protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun. You can find this skin care essential in vegetable oils, margarine, eggs, fish, whole-grain cereals, and dried beans.

When you become a skin care specialist, you can help others get serious about skin care -- from the inside out.

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