How To Keep Skin Healthy and Glowing Naturally At Home

We all want a skin that will be radiant and healthy as the stars we watch in the movies. They spend so much to have that healthy glow and we cannot afford that.  But who needs a parlour if we can get that radiance and glow at home with these superfoods. This amazing list of food works wonders for the skin, making it look younger and shinier.

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11. Fruit and Vegetable Juice - There are many types of fruits and vegetables which can do wonders to our skin and health. In fruit, berries, avocado, mangoes, pomegranate and lemon juice is best for a glowing and smoother skin.

It is best to drink juices than to munch on vegetables. Tomato juice can give you shinier skin within days. Then there's spinach, cabbage, cucumber, beet etc is very beneficial.

10. Spinach – These leafy greens are high in Vitamin A, B, C and E also iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids.

The Vitamin A in the spinach helps to reduce premature skin-ageing by working as an antioxidant. This green also protects the skin from harmful UV rays and sunburns.

9. Almonds – Almonds are known to have Vitamin E and the anti-ageing properties in them, which reduce wrinkles, free lines and other signs of ageing.

You can massage your face, hands and legs regularly with almond oil to enjoy a remarkably glowing and radiant complexion that will surely make you look younger than your age. You can eat whole almonds as a snack; try to eat almonds in moderation, as they are also high in calories.

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8. Blueberries - The U.S. Department of Agriculture studied 40 common fruits and vegetables, and blueberries ranked number one for antioxidant activity. They are high in Vitamin C, which helps to keep the collagen of your skin healthy.

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To prevent early-ageing signs drink half a glass of blueberry juice every day or just mix them with some yogurt to get a better result.

7. Tomatoes - Tomatoes are the best source of lycopene, an anti-ageing antioxidant agent. They also have Vitamin A in them which is good for your skin and hair both.

Lycopene is best to consume in your body when cooked or processed, so you can have a can tomato soup and still get good results.

6. Yogurt – Yogurt is the ultimate food for possibly every problem. A cup of low-fat yogurt has more benefits than a glass of milk. This food is good for weight loss, your hair, skin,  also stomach issues.

Make a mixture of 1 tablespoon of yogurt and ½ teaspoon of lemon juice. Rub this mixture on your face to have a blemish and acne free skin.

5. Walnuts – These are high in omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E, which are proven to give you healthier skin and hair. And you won’t also have to eat this all day long; just sprinkle some of them in your salads or smoothies to see the results.

4. Dark Chocolate – This food is my favorite one and probably most of the girls. The flavonoids present in dark chocolate protect the skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Dark chocolate also helps to have a better blood flow to the skin to improve the skin’s hydration and complexion.

But no matter how good they are, don’t eat more than 3 ounces of this goodness. Because they are also high in calories.

3. Avocados - This fruit contains vitamins C, E, K, folic acid, magnesium and potassium, which are all essential for healthy skin. Avocados act as humectants to give more youthful quality and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

For a good complexion, rub the pulp of avocado on your skin two to four times a week. Also, include this in your diet.

2. Green Tea – Green tea is probably one of the best drink, not taste wise, of them all because of its many helpful properties. Green tea is highly beneficial for acne, pimples, wrinkle, warts etc. It also helps combat skin-cancer blocking the cancer-causing harmful enzyme.

It is extremely effective in safeguarding the skin against sunburn and tanning when applied locally. Drink at least two cups of green tea daily for a healthy glowing skin.

1. Water -  Keeping your body hydrated is the key to have a good skin. Drinking at least 8 glasses a day will help rid the body and skin of toxins and help you to lose weight too. For soft and supple skin, drinking an adequate amount of water is more important than applying topical creams.

Drink at least 2 litter or 8 glasses of water every day to have a glowing skin naturally.