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Are perhaps the most impressive of all red carpet feats. While they may not always make the best-dressed list, they do require a certain breed of celebrity to pull off. Not only do you have to have the balls to risk a wardrobe malfunction, but you have to do it with enough confidence that you look fierce — not terrified — in the photographs.
The legendary model gracefully strutted down the runway in a see-through gown with a ruffle skirt. Let’s not forget Rihanna’s infamous CFDA dress either.
The girl rocked a completely sheer dress without a bra — and later remarked that her only regret was not wearing a bedazzled thong to match. Jennifer Lopez, above, bared her famous curves in a custom Atelier Versace illusion gown. Beyoncé was nearly naked in Givenchy.
How Do You Get Vitamin D?
One study from Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg found that as many as half of the Swedish population may be suffering from a lack of vitamin D during the winter months. “Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone that we produce through exposure to sunlight,” explains Christina Santini, a clinical nutritionist specialising in biological medicine, who splits her time between Copenhagen and an office in LA. Vitamin D can also be found in fatty fish, egg yolks and fortified dairy products.
What Is The Benefit Of Vitamin D?
You’re probably already familiar with the benefits of vitamin D on the body. “It builds strong bones, boosts the immune system and increases insulin sensitivity, which is essential for fat burning,” explains Thorbjörg Hafsteinsdottir, an Icelandic wellness guru, nutritional therapist and best-selling author of 10 Years Younger in 10 Weeks. But the effect of vitamin D on the skin is a more recent discovery so it’s still not as commonplace on skincare ingredients lists as other vitamins, including vitamins C and A.
Equally, oral supplementation and topical application through skincare bring different benefits. Studies also show vitamin D plays a role in maintaining a strong, healthy skin barrier and dialling down inflammation, which can worsen conditions like acne, eczema and rosacea.
What Is Vitamin D?
“Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that we can get from our diet but primarily is made by our own bodies converting cholesterol in the skin to the active form of the vitamin through exposure to UV light from the sun,” says Dr David Jack, renowned aesthetic doctor and founder of Dr David Jack skincare and supplements.