Besides investing in the right types of products for your skin, any beauty aficionado will tell you that being more conscious of your diet and drinking plenty of water will do wonders to your skin. After all, why shell out top dollar on creams and lotions on the promise of a glowing complexion when a less than ideal diet can unravel all of your skincare efforts right?
Who knew that besides being an essential breakfast staple, Blueberries are also one of the best foods out there when it comes to antioxidant content per serving! Several studies even suggest that blueberries contain the highest amount of antioxidants among all commonly consumed fruits and vegetables.
A serving of Blueberries comes packing with more antioxidants than a glass of green tea along with Vitamins A, C and E that help maintain even-toned skin with potent pigmentation fighting properties.
Tomatoes are a lifesaver when it comes to restoring the glow to dull skin. Tomatoes are bursting with good-for-you antioxidants like beta-carotene and lycopene, which helps in fighting off free radicals, repair sun-damaged skin and protect against pigmentation.
Our nutritionists recommend cooking your tomatoes prior to eating them as cooking helps to boost lycopene levels. So pizza and pasta sauce? Yes please!
Thanks to its astringent properties, tomatoes also help prevent spots when applied topically by reducing excess sebum and oil build up on the skin.
Native to South America, the Camu Camu fruit is best known for its exceptionally high Vitamin C content, which outshines other power-packed fruits like Acai Berries, Lemons and most citrus fruits. Studies have found that the fruit can contain anywhere from 1,882 to 2,280 mg of Vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit. The same amount of Lemons only contain 53mg of Vitamin C for reference.
Besides its well known immunity-boosting benefits, Vitamin C also plays a huge role in the maintenance of eye, heart and your overall health.
When it comes to skincare, consuming Vitamin C can help reverse sun and pollution caused skin damage. It also responsible for stronger hair, skin and nails as it plays an essential part in the body’s process of creating new collagen.
Currently, Camu Camu is most available in supplement or powdered form due to the fragility of the fruit making it hard to ship.
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