6 Skin-Saving Supplements

Why just slather on products if you can treat your skin—and body—from the inside out? Here are our picks for six of the most innovative skin-saving supplements out there.

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Z Skin Systems Radiant Skin

Based on the antioxidant of Zeaxanthin (you can find it in leafy green veggies, yellow and orange peppers, corn and eggs and this version uses an all-natural source from paprika peppers), this serum-meets-supplement claims to promote skin radiance and the evening of skin tone. There’s also a topical product, plus dietary supplements you take in tandem. $160, zzs-skincare.com

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The Beauty Chef Collagen Inner Beauty Boost

This bio-fermented probiotic elixir is made from blueberry, goji berry and grapeseed, a mix that the company says not only helps to regulate the digestive system (healthy gut equals healthy skin), but also provides skin with collagen-boosting vitamin C. $30, beautychef.com

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Valia Skincare Bloom Dietary Supplement

Infused with herbal extracts and rich in omegas, these capsules claim to help boost immune health and nourish skin through a proprietary blend of sea buckthorn, mangosteen, acai berry powder, green tea and basil leaf. Not only that, but the company also says they are beneficial for people who normally experience bloating after eating certain foods by helping to encourage a better fat metabolism. $48, valiaskincare.com

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Pure Gold Collagen

With UK independent studies that reported an increase in skin hydration, improved elasticity and reduction of the depth of fine lines, this liquid beauty supplement features skin-plumping hydrolyzed collagen, borage oil, hyaluronic acid, vitamins and minerals. $50, gold-collagen.com

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HUM Nutrition Red Carpet Supplements

According to the company, your diet is probably lacking in GLA, a very important omega-6 fatty acid that your body needs to function properly. Thanks to black currant seed oil, this little pill has it, which purportedly helps promote glowing skin and fuller, shinier hair. $25, humnutrition.com

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Skin Accumax by Jane Iredale

Combining vitamins A and C with phytonutrients found in broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale, this easy-to-take capsule claims to address problematic skin, specifically breakouts, when taken four times a day. $65-$115, janeiredale.com

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