Certain foods have powerhouse ingredients that keep skin supple and smooth and help fight age-related damage, keeping a healthy skin.
A research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that people who eat foods rich in vitamin C have fewer wrinkles and less age-related dry skin than those who don’t.
Strawberries have more anti-aging vitamin C per serving than oranges or grapefruit.
Vitamin C fights free radicals, which damage cells and break down collagen, leading to fine lines.
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of olive oil don’t just benefit you on the inside—they soften your skin, too. Ancient Romans massaged olive oil into their skin, when used topically, olive oil results in smoother, more radiant skin. Furthermore, consuming olive oil, provides antioxidants to disarm free radicals and reduce inflammation.
Green tea is filled with inflammation-fighting antioxidants.
Pumpkin’s orange hue is from carotenoids, wrinkle-fighting plant pigments that help neutralize free radicals in the skin, keeping them from damaging the cells that fast-forward aging.
Pomegranates are one of the most antioxidant-rich fruits.
Research shows this fruit’s juice has more inflammation-fighting antioxidants than red wine or green tea.