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Is your skin dry? Or do you need a little more hydration? Either way, here are 10 amazing foods that can help you hydrate your skin naturally.
Rich in vitamin C, E and monounsaturated fats, avocado is one of those delicious fruits that help your skin retain moisture and glow naturally. Including avocados in your diet will help soothe dry winter skin naturally.
Including fish in your diet not only helps skin membrane's to retain water,but also helps reduce the inflammation and redness in your skin. Fish is a rich source of omega 3 that helps boosts oil underneath your skin, making skin clearer.
Additionally, the fatty acids present in this super food act as natural moisturizers and help revitalize dry skin from inside out.
If drinking eight glasses of water per day seems a daunting task, including cucumber in your diet would be a great alternative. Cucumbers contain nearly 90% of water that can help hydrate dull skin when consumed daily.
If you are looking for a vegetable substitute that can help maintain water levels in your body, eat radish. A root vegetable, radish is rich in phosphorous, Zinc and Vitamin C. Eating this nourishing food will not only help keep your body hydrated,but also keep your skin looking fresh and healthy.
Eating salads stuffed with celery can do wonders for your skin. Containing high amount of silica, celery helps boost moisture levels and elasticity of the skin, helping skin stay supple and look young.
Apart from been good for your immune system, this dark green leafy vegetable contains vitamins, omega- 4 fatty acids, folate and photo chemicals that can work wonders in hydrating and protecting skin, keeping it healthy.
Rich in natural fatty acids, Vitamin A, E and several other minerals olive oil helps hydrate skin and maintains its softens and elasticity. Including extra virgin oil in cooking or using it in salad dressings is a great way of helping get the most beauty benefits of this super food.
Red and green Peppers:
Rich in dietary fiber, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C, red and green peppers when cooked or eaten raw helps prevent acne and wrinkles, helping your skin look young and beautiful.
Apart from containing a high amount of vitamin A and C, watermelons contain high water content that can help hydrate skin and keep it nourished and moisturized.
Containing powerful antioxidants, almonds can work wonders for your skin especially during cold and dry winter days. Additionally, the monounsaturated fats and antioxidants present in almonds help retain moisture in the skin, helping the skin stay hydrated and looking young.
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