Beauty and skin

The Skin
The skin is the body's largest organ, measuring approximately two square meters and weighing about four kilograms in an adult. The thickness of the skin varies from one and a half to four millimeters. The skin has many functions: regulating body temperature, protecting the body against external attacks from microorganisms (such as bacteria and viruses), UV radiation, drying out, chemicals, and other harmful substances. Additionally, the skin is a sensory organ that responds to touch, pressure, and pain. The skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis (outer layer), the dermis (middle layer), and the subcutis (inner layer).

Although our skin has a natural ability to repair and renew itself, certain factors such as aging, sun damage, pollution, and poor diet can negatively affect the health and appearance of the skin. Supplements that can support skin health include vitamins such as vitamin C and E, which act as antioxidants and protect skin cells from damage by free radicals. Collagen and hyaluronic acid supplements can also help maintain skin elasticity and moisture. Omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics can also have positive effects on the skin, as they can help reduce inflammation and improve the skin's immune defense. Other supplements such as biotin and zinc can also support healthy skin, hair, and nails.