10 Vitamin Deficiencies That Show Up On Your Skin

Deficiency can lead to dry, rough skin and an increased susceptibility to infections.

Vitamin A:

Lack of this vitamin can cause cracks and sores at the corners of the mouth, a condition known as angular cheilitis.

Vitamin B2:

Deficiency can result in a condition called pellagra, which causes rough, scaly skin and a bright red, swollen tongue.

Vitamin B3:

Insufficient biotin can lead to seborrheic dermatitis or eczema-like rash, especially around the nose and mouth.

Vitamin B7:

Deficiency may result in areas of hyperpigmentation or vitiligo-like depigmentation.

Vitamin B9

Lack of vitamin B12 can cause hyperpigmentation, vitiligo, and angular stomatitis.

Vitamin B12:

Deficiency can lead to scaly, rough skin, and a condition called keratosis pilaris, which causes rough patches and small, acne-like bumps.

Vitamin C:

Insufficient vitamin D can result in psoriasis and eczema-like symptoms, as well as slow wound healing.

Vitamin D:

Deficiency can cause dry, rough skin and may lead to the development of brown spots.

Vitamin E:

Lack of vitamin K can result in easy bruising and excessive bleeding, which can affect the appearance of the skin.

Vitamin K: