Prevent scarring and wrinkles using this one simple vitamin

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Prevent scarring and wrinkles using this one simple vitamin

Vitamin D as an oral supplement is by far the most popular way it is used in recent years.

Interestingly enough, it is just as effective when used topically.

A 2014 study by Sadat-Ali et al. showed that topical application of 5000 IU of vitamin D3 was very effective at raising systemic vitamin D levels.

“The data of 48 women was available for analysis. The average age was 22.58 ± 1.95 years. The mean pre-treatment 25OHD in the study group was 12.05 ng/Ml ± 6.54 and post-treatment was 37.95 ng/mL ± 6.43 (P=0.001, CI<28.582 ). In control group pre-treatment 25OHD was 11.4 ng/mL ± 3.97 and post-treatment was 10.58ng/mL ± 3.03.’’ – Sadat-Ali et al. (2014)

(Note: 30 to 40 ng/ml would be a normal level of vitamin D)

“This randomized control study shows that vitamin D3 can safely be delivered through the dermal route. This route could be exploited in treating vitamin D deficiency.’’ 

These effects of topical vitamin D are not limited to systemic benefits of increasing serum vitamin D levels (which is obviously important).

By now, it is well known that vitamin D is a very important substance, having several characteristics that go far beyond the functions of a typical “vitamin.’’

It has profound, wide-ranging effects which more closely resemble that of a hormone.

In particular, its anti-inflammatory effect is very potent and has been used to treat alopecia areata, an autoimmune, inflammatory hair loss condition:

“Topical calcipotriol can be an alternative treatment in AA and it could prove to be more useful in patients who are vitamin D deficient.’’ – Narang et al. (2017)

“Both topical calcipotriol and NB-UVB are effective therapies in the treatment of AA and associated with improvement of SALT score and vitamin D3 levels.’’ – El Taieb et al. (2019)

The benefits do not stop there, either.

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Topical Vitamin D is also capable of healing/treating scarring in the skin.

Keloid is a benign well-demarcated overgrowth of fibrotic tissue which extends beyond the original boundaries of a defect. The treatment of keloids is a particular challenge to dermatologists. Intralesional corticosteroid injection has been considered the first-line treatment for keloids. Vitamin D plays an important role in cell proliferation and differentiation as it slows the progression of tissue fibrosis by keloid fibroblasts and inhibits collagen synthesis in dermal fibrosis. – Mamdouh et al. (2021)

This study revealed significant scar-reducing benefits from intralesional injections of vitamin D.

In all likelihoods, topical vitamin D would have the same effect.

This has potential applications for general skin aging, injury scars but also something like androgenic alopecia, which involves chronic inflammation and scarring.

The best part about it is that applying vitamin D topically could kill two birds with one stone: treating a local problem while also raising systemic vitamin D levels.

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Mamdouh M, Omar GA, Hafiz HSA, Ali SM. Role of vitamin D in treatment of keloid. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2021 Mar 15. doi: 10.1111/jocd.14070. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33721390.

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Sadat-Ali, Mir et al. “Topical delivery of vitamin d3: a randomized controlled pilot study.” International journal of biomedical science : IJBS vol. 10,1 (2014): 21-4.

El Taieb MA, Hegazy EM, Ibrahim HM, Osman AB, Abualhamd M. Topical calcipotriol vs narrowband ultraviolet B in treatment of alopecia areata: a randomized-controlled trial. Arch Dermatol Res. 2019 Oct;311(8):629-636.

Narang T, Daroach M, Kumaran MS. Efficacy and safety of topical calcipotriol in management of alopecia areata: A pilot study. Dermatol Ther. 2017 May;30(3). doi: 10.1111/dth.12464. Epub 2017 Jan 30. PMID: 28133875.