Skin Health – Lamberts Supplements

The skin is the largest organ of the body, covering nearly two square meters and accounts for around 16% of the total body weight.

One square inch of skin contains approximately:
250 sweat glands
25 Hairs
40 sebaceous glands
7.5 feet of blood vessels
30 feet of nerves with 7,500 sensory cells.

With all this going on, it’s important we keep it as healthy as possible, as much as we love serums and moisturisers, it’s important we give it a helping hand from the inside.

With this in mind we sourced a British company located in Royal Tunbridge Wells ‘Lamberts’

Whilst we receive a majority of our minerals and vitamins from our food, sometimes the amount we absorb from these is not enough and we need to be supplemented with extra. Have a look below for our guide to your skin.

Itchy/Flaky/Dry Skin

– Evening Primrose Oil

Oil from the evening primrose seeds is rich in gamma-linolenic acid, which can inhibit inflammatory metabolites and have hydrating properties to reduce itchiness and dryness.

– Fish Oil

Fish Oil contains two fatty acids, EPA and DHA, these inhibit arachidonic acid metabolism, reducing itching.

– High Strength Multivitamins & Minerals

Several nutrients are necessary for the conversion of fatty acids, which is why it’s important to take high strength vitamins and minerals along side fatty acid supplements.

Oily Skin

– Zinc

Zinc is an anti inflammatory as well as fighting viruses and bacteria, this can not only help reduce the oiliness of skin but can also reduce redness associated with acne.

– Vitamin E

As an antioxidant, Vitamin E protects sebum secreted by the sebaceous gland and stablize it. This is useful when excess sebum is being created. When vitamin E is in its natural form (not topical preparations) it posses a higher biological activity and is absorbed and retained more readily by the body.

– High Strength Multivitamins & Minerals

There are several nutrients that seem especially important for problem skin. Vitamin A builds resistance to skin infections and blemishes, when zinc is lacking the body cannot properly utilise vitamin A. B vitamins are also important for skin health, especially B2 and B5 as they reduce facial oiliness, chromium is also important as the skin’s glucose tolerance is significantly impaired  with those suffering from oily skin.

Easily Bruised Skin

Suffering from frequent bruising can be a sign of underlying causes, anyone suffering from this should consult a doctor.

– Anthocyanidins

Natural plant anthocyanidins can help to reinforce and preserve collagen in the body.

– Horse Chestnut

Traditionally used for various circulatory disorders, horse chestnut is used for vascular insufficiencies including bruising.

– Vitamin C (and Rutin)

Vitamin C is an important antioxidant and free radical scavenger needed for tissue repair and is essential for skin health. It also plays an important role in maintaining the health of the blood vessels since they support collagen integrity.


Always be sure to check for any medication interactions and check with your Doctor before starting any dietary supplements.