Vitamin Disorders of Skin

Skin lesions mix with B vitamin deficiency is skin physiological condition, vitiligo, angular redness, and hair changes. Body covering lesions that don't answer regular medical care may be a sign of B vitamin deficiency. Assimilation is that the most general reason for B vitamin deficiency, A deficiency is intensive in developing nations however rare in America and different developed nations. Insufficient A will cause inflamed skin, visual impairment, physiological condition, late growth, and metabolism infections.

  • B vitamin deficiency
  • Rashes
  • Dry and flaky skin

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