5 Beauty Foods For Better Skin

With increasing temperatures this month and a rise in pollen count we have to take an extra care about our skin. Sure, we all know the beauty facts of lighter moisturizers, that we have to clear our air filters and that exfoliating every night can help, but we sadly forget one of the most important piece of the puzzle: Our diet! Ladies, try to fit these 9 beauty foods into your diet and you’ll see immediate change in your skin.

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If you don’t have hot water with lemon in the morning already, this is the day where you should start drinking it. The yellow fruit will detoxifies the body by helping your digestive system and liver eliminate waste quickly. Even if you’re having a salad for lunch: Ask for a lemon and squeeze it over your greens.


Since they are extremely rich in Vitamin E, almonds should be your number one healthy snack of all times. Experts call it the

the skin-beautifying antioxidant, since it’s present in human epidermal tissue, where it creates smoothness and suppleness. It will also help you to protect your skin. Almonds are known for nourishing the skin from drying out.


This leafy green is high in Vitamin A, necessary for growth in skin and hair. On top of that spinach is also loaded with Vitamin C which is imperative for the building and maintenance of collagen. Put it in your smoothie, add it to any meal or juice.

Chia Seeds

The little seeds are antioxidant-rich and packed with minerals and fiber and the perfect balance of essential fatty acids. Chia Seeds will give you that “glow” and you can also take an algae-based DHA supplement to make sure you’re getting the proper amount of Omega-3 fats, which balances your mood and a healthy heart. Chia Seeds go well with smoothies and fruit salads.


With an incredible taste this fruit is a wonder weapon if you need your skin to look amazing. It improves digestion, reduces inflammation, and removes toxins from the body. Another benefit of pineapples is the fact that it helps in the production of collagen.


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