‘Superfoods’ For The Skin

Hello Beautiful! The cold and dry wind, low temperatures and heating can wreak havoc on our skin. And to deal with these aggressions, we can ally daily beauty routine with the intake of  certain foods that also help keep skin healthy and beautiful macro greens reviews.

With these 5 superfoods  your skin will shine in winter:

 

Olive oil

It is the super food that does not go out of fashion, rich in vitamins A and E, natural fatty acids and minerals, which helps maintain the softness and elasticity of the skin. It also prevents the appearance of wrinkles and protects from the damage of free radicals.

 

Avocado

Would you also spend the day eating #AvocadoToast ? And we told in this post that avocado, besides being great and provide lots of nutrients to our body, is the food more it Instagram. This fruit is loaded with omega 3, vitamin A, C, D, E and potassium … which has made it a must eat  for our health and our skin.

 

Spinach

If we want the skin does not show off appearance in winter we cannot forget the spinach. This green leafy vegetable has a high content of vitamin A and C, antioxidants that keep the skin healthy and improve its tone. An idea? If you are one of those who do not really motivate this vegetable, try to take it raw adding it to your salads.

 

Almonds

Another healthy vice. The almond is one of the nuts with higher content of Vitamin E , an excellent antioxidant, which helps to prevent the aging of cells and tissues. Their beneficial properties have also made them one of the most used ingredients in beauty treatments.

 

Green Tea

It is also rich in antioxidants that protect the skin from external aggressions, helps to combat premature aging and keeps the skin fresh. When the bug comes in mid-morning, the best option? A cup of green tea. You can also impregnate cotton with a few drops of tea and apply it directly on the face, leaving it to act for a few minutes and clarify later.

 

Sin without remorse?

Yes you can! Dark chocolate (with more than 60% pure cocoa) also protects our skin and keeps it hydrated. So you know … there is no chocolate that does not come well!

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