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Five Foods that are Good for your Skin

Dorothy Carr Thursday, April 16, 2015

Did you know certain foods have amazing ingredients that keep your skin supple, smooth, and help fight age related damage? Now that’s one reason to go to the supermarket today. These five inexpensive foods can help your skin repair and rejuvenate itself:


Strawberries haves tons of vitamin C in them, more than oranges! Vitamin C is key for firmer skin as it helps with collagen production. Strawberries also have an added benefit in that it contains antioxidants that can help slow memory loss as you get older. Who knew?!

2. Almonds

Almonds act as an antioxidant that helps clear away toxins and protect skin cells from UV rays and other environmental factors because they contain vitamin E. You can also revitalize your skin even more by using almond oil!

3. Carrots

Besides being associated with better eyesight, Carrots are also packed with beta carotene, an antioxidant that becomes vitamin A inside your body and helps protect against UV rays. A lack of the vitamin A in your body can result in dry skin. It’s also important to note that cooked carrots deliver more beta carotene than raw ones.

4. Olive Oil

Besides the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of olive oil don’t just benefit you on the inside—they soften your skin, too. When used topically, olive oil results in smoother, more radiant skin. Consuming olive oil even provides antioxidants to disarm free radicals and reduce inflammation. Apply olive oil into your daily diet to benefit. Also try applying as a lip gloss and skin soother, as needed. If your skin is dry, you’ll really benefit from topical application.

5. Kiwis

Let’s face it, kiwi is delicious! Not only does kiwi taste good, but it's also packed with antioxidant vitamins C and E! These vitamins help protect against UV damage. It’s even been studied that kiwi helps make your skin glow. Vitamin C has also long been linked with less skin dryness and wrinkling.

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