Couldn't find what you looking for?


Instead of using a skin care product, you can enrich your diet with food that is healthy for your skin.

Green Tea

Green tea is a great source of antioxidants. Antioxidants fight free radicals and reduce damage done by these unstable molecules. Free radicals can contribute in developing diabetes, cancer, heart diseases and many other chronic diseases. Furthermore, great tea can help in repairing the skin damaged buy the sun, and prevent skin cancer.


Carrots are rich in vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium. These nutrients are very beneficial for skin.


Water helps your body flush all the toxins from your body. One should drink 8 to 10 glasses of water daily. Drinking adequate amounts of water keeps your skin moisturized.

Lemon Water

Vitamin C has many benefits for your skin. For instance, it promotes synthesis of collagen in your skin tissue, and repairs the damage done by sun light. As it is well known, lemon is a great source of this vitamin. This is why it is important to include lemon in your “skin care” diet.

Salmon and Tuna Fish

These kinds of fish contain contains omega-3 fatty acids in considerable amounts. Omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammations and blemishes on the skin, and can also protect skin from dangerous sunburns and hence, skin cancer. This nutrient also enables skin to retain adequate amounts of water in skin tissue cells, and therefore, keep skin hydrated. If you don’t like fish, you can obtain these fatty acids from nuts and flaxseed.


Berries, especially blueberries are rich in antioxidants. Consuming berries can also protect you from the harmful impact of free radicals, and repair damages on your skin.


Avocado contains many nutrient compounds that are healthy for skin. For instance, avocado contains potassium, some vitamins from vitamin B complex, vitamin E and vitamin A. This fruit also contains compounds that enables and promotes the synthesis of collagen in your skin tissue. Avocado can be used as an addition to your “skin care” diet, but also, one can make topical cream from it.

Foods to Avoid

There are as well some nutrients that are not so good for skin, and that you should avoid. For example, those are protein rich foods such as ground beef, bacon and sausage; foods that contain bad fats, such as saturated and Trans fats (this is mostly junk food); deepfried food and some dairy products. If you want to maintain a healthy skin, you need to change your lifestyle too. That means you need to sleep enough, and stop smoking (if smoking) and drinking alcohol.

Your thoughts on this

User avatar Guest