Vitamins help improve your skin tone, but can they also help protect your skin from the sun? Test what you know about sun protection in our quiz.
Vitamns can improve your skin health, but sunscreen is the best way to protect your skin and prevent sun damage.
The sun's ultraviolet rays cause sun damage to your skin.
Vitamins A, C and E are antioxidants that may help repair skin damage from UV rays.
UV rays cause the body to produce free radicals, and free radicals can cause cell damage.
Free radicals are atoms with an odd number of electrons -- also known as unpaired electrons.
True. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, which helps to minimize the damage they can do inside your body.
Vitamins C and E may help prevent sunburn, and are more effective when combined.
Most people associate oranges with vitamin C, but green foods are great sources, too.
Nuts and seeds, including almonds, sunflower seeds and peanuts, are all good sources of vitamin E. Lemons are not.
True. Vitamins C and E may help improve the look of your skin while also protecting it from sun damage.