Moisturizers not helping? Here’s the hidden culprit

Dr. Janet Zand

May 8, 2020

If you have dry skin, you’ve probably already tried the thickest, most moisturizing creams available.

But creams may not be the solution.

Why? Because creams can’t fix deeper problems ... like a vitamin deficiency.

In fact, there is a deficiency that not only causes dry skin, but can also lead to weaker bones and a weaker immune system. 

And believe it or not, 77% of Americans have this deficiency! That means that if you have a family of four, it’s likely that THREE of you are not getting enough of this vitamin.

So what is it? 

It’s vitamin D. Yes, vitamin D. You’ve no doubt heard of it before, but if you’re like most people, you’re not getting enough of it. 

Vitamin D is one of the root causes of dry skin.

How do we know?

Well, a group of researchers studied it. They took 83 women and evaluated the hydration level of their skin. Then, they measured each woman’s vitamin D level.

What they found was that the women who had low vitamin D levels also had drier skin.

But that was just the beginning.  The researchers decided to give vitamin D to the women who were deficient.  Result: in just 3 weeks, the women’s skin improved.  It was more hydrated, and had less flaking, too. 

And, here’s even more good news...

Getting healthy levels of vitamin D will do so much more than help hydrate your skin. It will also help keep your bones strong, reduce your risk of diabetes, and lower your risk of breast, colon, and ovarian cancer.

All of which are great reasons to make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D each day!

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