- 1 Vitamin A
- 2 Vitamin C
- 3 Vitamin E
- 4 References
Retinoids is considered a vitamin A derivative of the only vitamins that can be reliable anti-wrinkle problems in the field of skin care, it helps to repair the damage caused by the sun, skin and prevent skin growth before the cancerous,  and from foods that contain a high proportion of vitamin A sweet potatoes cooked, carrots cooked, vegetables with dark color, such as cooked cabbage leaf, pumpkin cooked, lettuce, dried apricots, cantaloupe, sweet red pepper, and tuna, manga and others. 
Vitamin C of antioxidant vitamins and stimulates the skin to produce collagen and elastin fibers that make skin more elastic, and to get a good dose of vitamin C should use products that contain a concentration of at least 10% of the acid L- ascorbic,  and the use of vitamin C topically has many benefits on the skin, which gives it a brighter and helps in general to improve the texture, and can protect vitamin C from sunburn and reduce wrinkles caused by the sun's rays which, also reduces skin cancers, which reduces free radicals and inflammation and reduces burns after exposure to the sun and works more effectively when using sunscreen, and can reduce the redness associated with acne that appears due to the pink disease where Iqllah within 3 weeks of use, and slows down form brownish pigmentation in the skin,  and can get vitamin C in foods such as guava, kiwi, sweet peppers, strawberries, oranges, papaya, broccoli, tomatoes, peas, cabbage and others. 
Vitamin E is one of Amadadt powerful antioxidant and improves the ability of sunscreen, also helps to slow down the process of the appearance of wrinkles,  and vitamin E is the key to get healthy, which is one of the substances that protect against cell damage and can get vitamin E from food skin, where there are eggs, nuts, fortified cereals, vegetable oils, and leafy vegetables such as spinach and others. 
- ^ أ ب ت "3 Must-Have Vitamins for Great Skin", www.sharecare.com, Retrieved 1-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ Daisy Whitbread, MScN, "Top 10 Foods High in Vitamin A + Printable One Page Sheet"، www.healthaliciousness.com, Retrieved 9-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ Arthur W. Perry, Jeanine B. Downie, "What are the benefits of vitamin C for the skin?"، www.sharecare.com, Retrieved 9-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ Daisy Whitbread, MScN, "Top 10 Foods Highest in Vitamin C"، www.healthaliciousness.com, Retrieved 9-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ "Vitamin E", www.webmd.com, Retrieved 9-12-2017. Edited.
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