Biotin rescues the skin. How? Let’s see. If you do not use it for a while your skin looks dull, it becomes dry, inflammation and wrinkles appear on it, the face ages faster. People with biotin deficiency can experience skin problems and suffer from the appearance of red, scaly rashes. Some studies also indicate that it deficiency is associated with the development of seborrheic dermatitis. However, there is no evidence that biotin supplementation is beneficial to the skin of individuals without biotin deficiency.
Known as vitamin B7, Biotin activates the metabolism and promotes hair growth and beauty, which is probably why it is also called the "beauty vitamin". The lack of this micronutrient is associated with weakening and excessive hair loss. Replenishing biotin levels helps prevent the risk of dandruff, restore the skin's oil balance and get rid of acne. You have to always keep the balance of it for your skin and hair will look and stay healthy.