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Role Of Diet In Skincare: 8 Best Foods For Your Skin (Guest Post)

I was contacted by Sarah Smith with FixYourSkin.com and asked if she could write a guest post about the…

Role of diet in skincare: 8 best foods for your skin

I for one am all about skin care and gladly accepted the request…take it away Sarah…

 

I’m sure you would have tried every lotion and cream on the market to soothe your skin woes. Even I did the same when those pesky pimples showed up. It improved my skin for a short period but didn’t work out in the long run.

 

I’ve always heard the saying “You are what you eat” So I gave it a shot and was quite surprised by the results. I got the glow I’ve always wanted!

 

It’s true that the beauty industry has countless solutions for your skin problems. But, nothing can come close to getting beautiful skin naturally.

 

I understood later that applying lotions and creams externally won’t nourish the skin from the inside. This is why most treatments offer temporary results.

Here are some powerhouse foods, which when consumed on a regular basis will help you get a gorgeous, healthy and glowing skin.  

  1.    Almonds

almonds skin care healthy eating habits

Almonds are loaded with vitamin E and are one of the best sun blockers. Vitamin E in almonds protects your skin from harmful UV rays and other factors that damage your skin. It also helps in the maintenance of healthy hair and teeth. It is advised that you soak the almonds overnight before consuming to eliminate the toxic chemicals present in its coating. So don’t forget to take 7-8 almonds with your morning breakfast.  

 

  1.    Carrots

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This crunchy vegetable which has a delicious flavor contains antioxidants and an abundant amount of vitamin A. They’re also rich in vitamin C which helps in the production of collagen, a protein required to maintain skin elasticity. Drinking carrot juice regularly will contribute to getting rid of scars and blemishes. Also, carrots are a rich source of potassium, which helps to keep your skin hydrated. This makes it apt for people with dry skin. You can also refer fixyourskin.com to know about the vitamins that help to keep your skin healthy.  

 

  1.    Sweet potatoes

sweet potatoes skin care healthy eating habits

 

Sweet potatoes are one of the healthiest foods that also hold a permanent place on the Thanksgiving menu. The skin of these potatoes is loaded with beta carotene. It is an antioxidant, which the human body converts to vitamin A. Beta-carotene fights the free radicals in the skin which is one of the reasons for aging. These potatoes are also an excellent source of iron, and they are highly recommended for people who don’t consume meat.

 

  1.    Walnuts

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This nut is packed with omega-3 which makes your skin glow. The fatty acids present in it help to improve skin elasticity, reduce skin inflammation and protect skin from harmful UV radiations. Vitamin E is also present in walnuts which will make your skin smooth and speed up healing. Also, the presence of vitamin B7 will strengthen your hair and improve its growth.

 

  1.    Tomatoes

tomatoes skin care healthy eating habits

Tomatoes not only taste good but also keep your skin healthy. Tomatoes have lycopene, an antioxidant which works as a sunscreen from within. They are rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin K, which are some of the ingredients used in acne-fighting products. If you want to control acne and excessive oiliness just mash a tomato and apply the pulp on your face. Leave it on your face for 15 minutes and wash off with water.

 

  1.    Green tea

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These days’ people of all over the world consume green tea due to the numerous health benefits associated with it. Drinking green tea regularly will improve the complexion of your skin, flush out toxins and heal blemishes. The antioxidants and tannins in green tea will help to treat puffy eyes and dark circles as well. Plus, the catechins in green tea are antibacterial agents that fight acne-causing bacteria and regulate hormonal imbalance.

 

  1.    Eggs

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First off eggs have two parts- yolk and white both of which are beneficial for hair and skin. Egg yolk nourishes and strengthens your hair. The whites have a significant amount of Vitamin A and collagen which helps to treat scars, wrinkles, and acne. When you apply egg white on your face regularly, it will tighten the skin, improve its texture, and smoothen it. Also, the iron content in eggs will provide your skin with fresh oxygen required for proper functioning.

 

  1.    Beetroot

beetroot skin care healthy eating habits

 

If you dream of getting a fair complexion, then beetroot juice is your safest option. Drinking the juice will work wonders towards lightening your skin complexion. It is also a natural blood purifier which will help to clear blemishes and reduce pigmentation. Beetroot is an excellent source of folate which is why it is recommended for people who are anemic

 

So who said beauty can be attained only by spending a fortune on cosmetic products? Eat healthy food and you can reverse the clock by keeping your skin young. If your inner body is healthy, it will reflect on the outside as well.

 

So you can bid your countless skin care products goodbye and say hello to healthy food!

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I am a mother of 5, a wife to 1, and a fully certified domesticated momster who likes to blog about motherhood, marriage, and anything else that pops into my crazy head all with a side of sarcasm and a glass of wine.

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