When it comes to healthy-looking skin, what you put in your body usually matters more than what you put on it.
Not just tomatoes, but any tomato based food helps clear up acne. It also prevents premature aging and helps to protect skin from the sun. The body can process lycopene found in tomatoes, best after they’re cooked, so you should start thinking of adding some tomato sauces and soups to your diet, if you’re craving glowy skin. They're even better if they are grown at home. Don't have a garden? You can grow them in in pretty EQUA HOME gardening pots.
These tasty little nuts are full of omega 3 and that’s something your body desperately needs but cannot provide on it’s own. Walnuts will lead you to smoother skin, since strong cell membranes retain more water.
Seafood is full of omega 3, which means eating fish and seafood slows down the wrinkling process and helps combat acne in a similar way too. Besides those fats have mood-regulating benefits as well, which can help you reduce stress and we all know stress causes acne.
4. Broccoli and spinach
Green leafy vegetables are well known as the most powerful anti-aging agents available. They are decreasing under-eye circles and redness as well.
Berries are strongest in antioxidants. And not only will they keep your skin look young and smooth, they’ll also protect you against memory lose and cancer. They are a skin elixir and they’ll most likely help the rest of your body stay young and healthy in any way.