Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Essential Nutritional Beauty Products

The best beauty product in your arsenal is clear, smooth skin. There are all sorts of cleansers, moisturizers, and facial products that promise to deep clean your pores, smooth out imperfections, and reduce redness so you can have the flawless skin you’ve always wanted. But there are other ways that you can improve the quality of the largest organ in your body. The right kind of food can give you great skin by ridding your body of toxins. Here are just a few foods that can leave your skin with a healthy glow.
We all know the importance of staying hydrated, especially during hot weather, but your skin reaps the most benefits from you drinking at least eight glasses of water each day. Water is essential for maintaining the optimum skin moisture, and it delivers essential nutrients from food to the skin cells. Basically, your skin wouldn’t enjoy the full benefits from the rest of the food on this list if it weren’t for water. It also replenishes the skin tissue and increases its elasticity to delay the appearance of signs of ageing, like wrinkles and fine lines. Drinking at least 2 liters per day gives the skin a bright, noticeable change in less than a week.
Spicy food
Whether you prefer it mild, or you like to turn up the heat, spicy food does have some unexpected benefits for your body. It is a perfect remedy for clearing  cold, but once you learn about the effects of sweat, you will be going to the nearest Thai food restaurant for an extra large serving. In addition to helping the body keep cool, sweat opens up and unclogs your pores, which preps the skin for intense cleansing - it’s why some aesthetician use steam during facials. As long as you make sure you clean it as soon as possible, sweating will leave your skin glowing. If not, it will leave your skin prone to rashes and blocked pores.
Protein is essential for anyone hoping to build muscle during workouts, but the protein and sugars present in lentils are key for healthy, wrinkle-free, clear skin. Lentils are incredibly rich in folate, an important nutrient for DNA synthesis and cell repair, as well as iron for strong nails. Lentils also curb your appetite, so you’re less likely to indulge in sugary, processed snacks that can cause breakouts in your skin.
Citrus fruits
Drinking a glass of fresh orange juice with your breakfast, or having a slice of lemon with your water will greatly benefit your skin. Studies have shown that foods high in vitamin C can aid in the promotion of bright and younger looking skin. To go the extra mile, you can squeeze lemon juice on your face once a week. The citric acid present in lemon helps keep the skin clear by removing dead cells, and its vitamin C content helps reduce dark spots by increasing the cell renewal process. Lemon also has bleaching properties that will help improve your overall skin complexion.

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