We’re constantly being told we need to up our vitamin D intake. But, in fact, according to multiple medical surveys, across the population, approximately 1 in 5 people have low vitamin D levels — a figure which isn’t helped by the fact that we’ve spent a lot of time cooped up in our houses this New Year.
Vitamin D is imperative for maintaining our overall health and well-being, but it’s also needed for healthy, glowing skin.
A deficiency in vitamin D can cause your skin to sweat and is considered to be one of the first signs of a problem. You will sweat all over your body, including your face which can cause your skin to become dry and irritated, as well as increasing your chances of breakouts – so upping your vitamin D could help.