You exercise three times a week, get eight hours of sleep, and drink your body weight in water. You're missing out if you don't stock up on these skin-healthy foods for an inner glow.
Tomatoes are great for skin health because they’re high in vitamin C and contain lycopene, a powerful carotenoid that helps shield your skin from UV damage and can help protect against cancer cells.
Salmon contains omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce inflammation, preserve skin hydration, and protect against UV damage. It also reduce redness and inflammation that dull skin.
Blueberries, especially anthocyanins and vitamin C, protect your skin from free radicals and inflammation, Vitamin C helps maintain skin firmness and suppleness by promoting collagen synthesis.
Sweet potatoes and orange foods reverse time.It contain carotenoids, which protect against UV damage and promote skin suppleness, moisture, and texture.
Probiotic foods like kimchi and sauerkraut support a healthy gut microbiome, which balances the skin microbiota and improves skin health.
“Foods rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C—like oranges, lemons, kale, and strawberries—help protect your skin from damaging free radicals.
Flaxseed prevents fine wrinkles. Poon believes flaxseed oil's high ALA content boosts skin hydration and suppleness. It's anti-inflammatory too.