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Got these today because they were buy 1, get 1 free, and I'd seen the 5 star review at drugstore.com. Has anyone tried them? Are they effective at improving your skin? I'm not expecting them to clear acne -- I rely on topicals for that anyways -- but I would like to even out my tone in general, especially some post-acne marks, and generally improve my skin.

Here are the ingredients -- are there high enough levels to do what they're supposed to accomplish? I must admit I'm not that well-read on supplements, and the most I've ever taken otherwise is a multivitamin.

Vitamin A 5000 IU 100%

Vitamin C 120 mg 200%

Vitamin D 400 IU 100%

Vitamin E 460 IU 1533%

Thiamin (B1) 3 mg 200%

Riboflavin (B2) 3.4 mg 200%

Niacin (B3) 20 mg 100%

Vitamin B6 4 mg 200%

Folate,Folic Acid,Folacin 400 mcg 100%

Vitamin B12 25 mcg 417%

Biotin 30 mcg 10%

Pantothenic acid 10 mg 100%

Calcium 250 mg 25%

Phosphorus 48 mg 5%

Iodine 150 mcg 100%

Magnesium 120 mg 30%

Zinc 22 mg 147%

Selenium 50 mcg 71%

Copper 5 mg 250%

Manganese 2 mg 100%

Chromium 120 mcg 100%

Molybdenum 25 mcg 33%

Chloride 72 mg 2%

Potassium 80 mg 2%

Nickel 5 mcg

Silicon 2 mg

Vanadium 10 mcg

Boron 150 mcg

Alpha Lipoic Acid 50 mg*

CoEnzyme Q-10 32 mg*

Green Tea Leaf Extract (polyphenols 25mg) 50 mg*

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Guest · Jake ·

I think vitamins help acne not be so persistent but that's it.

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