Foods that Help You to Have a Beautiful and Radiant Skin


Beautiful and Radiant Skin

When your skin is not sufficient hydrated and soft even after using professional care products, the ultimate solution is to change your diet. Foods have a great impact on your skin. A right diet can beautify your skin. Instead, a poor diet may have undesirable effects on the skin.

A right diet helps you to have a beautiful, moisturized skin, smooth and free of imperfections, in less than two weeks. Let’s see together a list of foods that you should eat to restore flawless look of your skin.


Salmon is rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6. These fatty acids are essential in cell regeneration, giving skin a youthful look. Fatty acids are also extremely important in terms of hydration. Cosmetics such as face creams, helps only partially. It is not enough when hydration is done only from the outside. No matter how expensive it is this cream, it will not meet the needs of your skin, especially when it is cold, windy, raining or snowing outside.
Therefore, eat a weekly serving of salmon or other fish very fat. It is preferable to be grilled and eaten plain, with no garnish.


Blueberries and other berries, such as cranberries contain antioxidants i.e. chemicals that are crucial in the fight against free radicals. It is well known that free radicals are responsible premature skin aging. Try to eat regular fresh berries or drink cranberry or blueberry syrup (without added sugar). These berries are indeed, very healthy and will make your skin supple and young.


Integrates into your diet different kinds of oils such as olive oil, flaxseed oil or hemp oil. Add the oil only in salads and avoid eating fried food. Add these oils to all food products that need a little oil and use them with confidence. These oils have the same effects of moisture (even stronger) as salmon. Moreover, olive oil can be used even as a skin care product. Evening, after cleansing and shower, rub the skin with a few drops of oil and then remove the oil excess with a cotton pad.


Nuts and other oily fruits are also beneficial for skin hydration. They are rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant and a clinically proven moisturizer. In addition, vitamin E is helpful in speeding up the skin healing after an injury.


Vegetables such as carrots and cabbage, lettuce, spinach and parsley are rich in vitamin A. This vitamin is essential in restoring the skin cells and is also, an efficient antioxidant that protects your skin against the negative effects of free radicals.


The last but not the least element is water. Water is the most important element. Your skin needs plenty of water to be properly hydrated. Try to drink daily at least two liters of water and unsweetened natural tea.