Can You Eat Your Way to Healthy Skin?

Obviously, we live and breathe skincare.  

However, we also know better than anyone that our skin is a complex system.

 Whatever is going on inside your body will eventually show in your skin. 


So with this in mind, a holistic approach is best.

Skincare treats your skin from the outside in. 

You can complement your daily skincare routine by eating a skin-loving diet to feed your skin from the inside out. 

 

Eating a diet packed with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables and healthy fats from fish and nuts, will give you all the nutrients you need for radiant, healthy skin. 

 

 

Our Top 3 Skin-Loving Foods

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a super antioxidant that is not only great applied onto the skin, but supports skin health from the inside.


It is needed to produce collagen and helps promote radiant skin.

Good sources of Vitamin C:

Blueberries
- Broccoli
- Oranges
- Strawberries
- Sweet Potatoes

 


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Treat your skin with Vitamin C from the outside in with our Face Range.
All contain Kakadu Plum - the richest natural source of Vitamin C.

 

 

Healthy Fats

Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats provide your skin with essential fatty acids.
These act like a natural moisturiser for the skin, keeping it supple and improving elasticity. 
Make sure you get enough Omega-3 and Omega-6. These essentials fatty acids cannot be made in the body and are obtained through your diet. 
They're an anti-inflammatory which can help skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. 
Good sources of Healthy Fats:
Avocados
- Nuts & Seeds
- Oily Fish
- Linseed Oil
- Chia Seeds
 
Argan Face Oil
Treat your skin with Omega Fatty Acids from the outside in with our Argan Face Oil.      
   
Colourful Vegetables

Vegetables are packed full of powerful antioxidants that help to protect the skin from free radical damage.

Aim for a least five portions a day and eat a rainbow of colourful vegetables.

Betacarotene and Lutein are just two potent antioxidants in colourful vegetables and help support healthy skin tone and skin cell development.

Good sources of antioxidants:

Kale
- Spinach
- Carrots
- Pumpkin 
   
Have a favourite, skin-loving recipe? 

Leave it in a comment below. 

We never pass up an opportunity to eat...we mean feed our skin!

Want more tips for healthy, glowing skin? Read our blog "How to Reveal Your Natural Glowing Skin"
Or get the low down on foaming cleansers and sulphates with our short read "What's So Bad About Bubbles?"  

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