Beta Carotene is a compound that gives orange and yellow fruits their color. It is also a major ingredient when coloring foods such as margarine. In our body, beta-carotene helps to convert Vitamin A (retinol) that is useful in providing a healthy skin and a strong immune system.
High quantities of Vitamin A can be toxic, but the body converts only the required amount of Vitamin A as it needs. It is used as an antioxidant to protect the body from damaging the free radical molecules and keep the skin firm, healthy and radiant.
Riboflavin, also known as Vitamin B-2, is a type of a water-soluble vitamin, meaning it cannot be stored in the body. It needs to be consumed every day. Riboflavin in combination with other B vitamins helps to prevent riboflavin deficiency. It is a good for the skin since it prevents acne. It increases the mucus secretion of the skin and helps to clean up the skin pustules, whose blockage would lead to acne.