is by using creams which can sometimes damage the skin. This is actually
wrong. You can still improve your skin through food by simply eating
essential fatty acids which act as a natural moisturiser for the skin,
keeping it supple and improving elasticity. These fats also come
packaged with a healthy dose of vitamin E which will help protect
skin from damage. You should eat fruit and vegetables like carrots,
sweet potatoes and pumpkin. They are important for normal skin cell
development and healthy skin tone.
and help blemishes heal properly. The best sources of vitamin C are
blackcurrants, blueberries, guava, kiwi fruits, oranges, pawpaw and
strawberries. Vitamin C is needed to produce collagen that strengthens
the capillaries that supply the skin.
wrinkled. Hence, drink eight glasses of water a day. Also, don’t forget
that some fruit and vegetables, such as watermelon and cucumber also
contribute fluids as they will increase the rate you hydrate your body
which produce oil and helps to repair skin damage and keep skin soft.
Zinc-rich foods include fish, red meat, whole grains, poultry nuts and