Vitamins to Treat Acne

Nutrition is a very important aspect of skin care. Taking vitamins, minerals, or other types of supplements has been shown to help eliminate skin conditions such as acne.

Some of the most effective vitamins to use when fighting acne are:

Vitamins To Treat Acne



  • Vitamin A to help maintain healthy skin
  • Vitamin B5, or pantothenic acid
  • Vitamin B6 to regulate hormones
  • Vitamin C to help the immune system and promote healing.
  • Vitamin E to help clear up an acne outbreak.


  • Calcium Hydroxyapatite Complex
  • Copper
  • Zinc Gluconate. Zinc is a most important mineral to take because it reduces DHT, the male sex hormone that can cause acne if there is an excessive amount of it in the body.

When taking Vitamins to treat acne be aware that it takes at least 2 to 4 months to see the effects of vitamins working for before you can expect to notice change in your skin.  Maintaining a balanced diet and supplementing with the right vitamins and minerals will not only help clear your skin of acne but will help keep your skin healthy.

Two products we list at are all-natural acne supplements which are suitable for teenage and adult acne sufferers.

The Acne Control Caplets have the addition of Vitex Agnus-Castus (Research has shown the Vitex Agnus Castus herb is ideal for treating hormonal acne).

Acne Control Extra Strength Tablets formulation contains powerful blemish fighting vitamins and minerals that work from within to treat facial and body acne, including blackheads and whiteheads.


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