Vitamin F

Vitamin F is called a vitamin, but it’s not really a vitamin. It’s a term for two fats, alpha-linolenic acid and linoleic acid, that come together to create vitamin F. They are naturally occurring fatty acids that help you achieve plump, glowing skin. When used topically, vitamin F can improve skin vibrancy and strengthen your skin barrier. You can also find this non-vitamin in various foods like almonds, chia seeds, and oils from rosehip, sunflower, and argan.

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