Whether it’s the summer season or your skin’s natural texture, dry and flaky residue is the preface to early aging signs, ones that can be beaten by vitamins A and E. Include these foods in your everyday diet to nourish and hydrate your skin from within.
Fats, vitamin E, and protein are the top three components in an avocado, all of which work together to repair dry skin. Fats lubricate the skin, protein builds new cells, and vitamin E provides cell protection and locks in the moisture.
This nut is almost like a super-food for the skin. The fats moisturize the skin and the vitamin E locks in the moisture; and if you are in a never-ending fight with acne, get a load of the antibacterial and anti-fungal properties from a coconut.
This weight loss go-to food has its fair share of beauty benefits too. The antioxidants in oatmeal clean out damaged cells, preventing dry skin, rashes and acne. Also, the high-fiber content in oatmeal disposes toxins and waste from the body, which further contributes to healthy skin.
This Mediterranean fruit is rich in vitamin E, which is essential for keeping the skin moisturized and hydrated to sidestep aging signs. Olives also strengthen the skin cells against toxins and accelerate cell regeneration.
This holiday vegetable is loaded with vitamin A that traps the moisture in the skin and safeguards the cells from damage. Sweet potato also packs in vitamin C, a component that improves the skin’s health and protects it against harsh climatic conditions.
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Updated July 23, 2018