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The Best Foods for Healthy Skin

The Best Foods for Healthy Skin

A bathroom regime isn’t only important for your skin, it’s also super satisfying. Don’t you love that sweet satisfaction of washing and scrubbing your body? That pleasure of a deep exfoliation and cleanse? That moment you step out with your beautiful, glowing body? But taking good care of your skin doesn’t just happen in the bathroom. It’s also about what you eat. Did you know that your diet can deeply affect your body’s ability to hydrate and protect your skin? Eating a fresh selection of foods is a natural way to give you strong skin and keep your body healthy.


Avocado is on everybody’s radar. It can go with anything: breakfast, lunch, dinner, you name it! Now there’s another reason why it’s your favourite fruit. Avocados are full of healthy fats, which are essential for keeping your skin hydrated. The fatty acids maintain moisture levels, giving you a glowing complexion. Avocados are also bursting with Vitamins C and E. Vitamin C produces collagen, which keeps your skin nice and firm while preventing signs of aging. Vitamin E also protects you from aging signs, as it is a strong antioxidant that prevents damage from UV rays.


The benefits from nuts are endless. A different variety of nuts can help protect your skin and keep it healthy. Walnuts are high in Omega 3 fatty acids, which helps reduce inflammation and revitalise dry skin. They also help repair membranes, a skin cell that makes up the walls to fight off threats. Sunflower seeds are amazing for keeping your skin looking youthful. They are rich in Vitamin E and are high in selenium, a powerful antioxidant that helps fight damage, wrinkles, and infections. Almonds are also high in antioxidants, as well as being high in Omega 3 and protein, the building blocks of skin. Protein is broken down into amino acids, which constructs new skin cells and keeps your body healthy.


If you include this fruit that is often mistaken for a vegetable, then you will look as firm as a tomato in no time! Tomatoes can be seen as nature’s sunscreen. They are high in Vitamin C and help reduce the risk of sunburn. Just don’t forget to apply actual sunscreen as well. Tomatoes are good to use with sunscreen, not a replacement. Another great benefit of tomatoes is that they are full of lycopene, which not only protects your skin from damage but also eliminates radicals that could cause signs of aging. This means fewer wrinkles and more glow!

Dark Chocolate

Chocolate? Yes, please! Dark chocolate is not only a delicious go-to snack, it’s also packed with antioxidants that will protect your skin. But wait, there’s more! Dark chocolate is said to be amazing for treating dry and scaly skin. Not only does it help prevent signs of aging, but it can also improve skin hydration and thickness, keeping your complexion glowing. Having the occasional treat of chocolate helps to reduce stress levels too. The less stressed you are, the less likely you are to have skin breakdowns that can cause wrinkles.

Red Wine

This list just keeps getting better and better! Doctors recommend you have a glass of red wine every day, and for good reason. Red wine contains red grapes, which contains high levels of resveratrol. It protects your skin from free radicals that can cause wrinkles, while also helping to slow down the growth of bacteria that can cause acne. Red wine contains other antioxidants that can help produce collagen and skin elasticity. It also contains polyphenols that help prevent skin oxidation. This can help reduce aging and restore your skin’s glowing complexion. Having a glass of wine after a long day is also great for unloading stress. Goodbye work drama and hello healthy skin!

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