Vitamin A: It penetrates skin to increase collagen production, eventually smoothing lines. It makes the skin more elastic. Too much or too little vitamin A may lead to rough and dry skin. Egg and dairy products are the sources of Vitamin A.
Vitamin B: It helps the skin from toxins and decreases brown blotches. It regulates the oil secretion and prevents the skin from dermatitis. It helps to relieve the irritation that can be a side effect of vitamin A creams. Banana, meat, fish are the best sources of Vitamin B.
Vitamin C: It can stimulate collagen to help build up the skin and smooth lines. It would be better it applied at night. Cabbage, citrus fruits, melons are the good sources of it.
Vitamin E: It blocks the cancer causing effects of UV light and slows the production of wrinkles. It moisturizes the skin and helps to heal burns and inflammation. It also enhances the efficiency of sunscreen, decreasing redness and swelling after sun exposure. Nuts, green vegetables, vegetable oil contains Vitamin E.