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The 7 Vitamins You Should Be Taking Today, To Look Better Tomorrow


Industry insiders know too well that nurturing beauty from within is a route worth taking, from women of all ages opting for better diet choices and introducing vitamins and supplements to their medicine cabinets. However, when it comes to vitamin shopping, the choices may be overwhelming – pass the paracetamol! – so read on for Vogue Arabia’s guide to the daily pills and powders that can actually make a difference.

Vitamin D

It is estimated that 88% of the world’s population is vitamin D deficient. By adding this supplement to your morning routine, you won’t just feel more energized and less moody, but conditions like eczema and rosacea can also improve due to the vitamin’s soothing factors on the body. The ‘sunshine vitamin’ is also proven to be a crucial nutrient for reducing hair fall by supporting new hair follicle growth.


Liquid vitamins take less time to be absorbed in the body, making it a far more effective way to take in supplements than any other form on the market. New regional brand, Humantra, backed by beauty moguls Mona and Huda Kattan’s angel investment group, relies on this theory. Each individual serve sachets contains antioxidants and six essential electrolytes to rehydrate. These minerals are rich in magnesium, calcium and bicarbonates which all aid in reenergizing the body.

Liquid collagen

The liquid approach to supplements is apparent when it comes to free radicals-fighting collagen. While research is still underway for the protein’s full benefits, studies have shown that ingesting collagen can improve skin elasticity and hydration. Those with lagging keratin production, take note; collagen also strengthens the nails and helps with hair growth.

Omega 3

Omega 3 supplements have stood the test of time, with fish oil a reliable source of healthy fats, and acting as an important additive to all round health. It also reduces the risk of sun damage, skin inflammation, and delays signs of aging with some researchers claiming regular and continued use is like “drinking retinol”.


Probiotics are a healthy bacteria found in diary, acting as a gut-healer which helps soothe inflammation, lining the stomach and improving digestion. With some women opting for a dairy free lifestyle, they may experience breakouts along the jawline, cystic acne, and a bumpy texture. While diary itself can cause breakouts, this heathy bacteria is still needed in the body to aid overall gut and skin health. Dose up with a probiotics supplement from The Nue Co to help heal the gut which in turn soothes the skin.


Known to be a key mineral in decreasing symptoms of mild acne, this supplement has many health benefits such as wound healing, strengthening the bones and assisting in weight loss. It’s also known to boost eye health and vision. Women who don’t have enough zinc in their diet may experience hair loss, loss of appetite and eye problems so it’s important to aim for 8mg of supplementary zinc per day.


The perfect one-and-done option for women on the go, multivitamins are a great way to meet recommended vitamin and mineral intakes. Not all multivitamins are made equally, however, with different formulas and brands catering for different stages of life, age groups, and areas of focus.  A brand that seems to tick all the boxes is Clinique La Prairie CLP Holistic Complex which improves mood, gut balance and  relieves stress with its combination of bios actives.

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