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It’s easy to think about taking care of your skin starting on the outside by cleansing, moisturizing and applying sun protection. But the most effective skincare really begins on the inside with nutrition that promotes healthy skin from the inside out. You’ll be surprised at how well food can meet many of your health and beauty needs and support what you’re applying to your skin on the outside!
Below are some of our favorite articles to keep your skin looking younger and healthier for many years to come:
Collagen is a protein central to the elasticity and regeneration of our skin. It’s responsible for keeping skin firm, plump, smooth and young-looking. After the age of 20, our natural production of collagen reduces by one percent each year.
You probably already know that you can suffer from acne as an adult, even into middle age. But what you may not know is that acne isn’t isolated to the skin. If we look deeper, we can see numerous systemic issues going on.
In my previous article I described the healing properties of vitamin A on eyes and skin. I’ll share what I learned while digging deeper into the subject of cosmeceuticals, including the topical vitamin A ingredients.
While acne is a skin problem that most often plagues adolescents, it can also linger on the skin of adults. But an anti-aging compound found in some fruit may help end those unsightly blemishes.
It is time to face the facts: wrinkles are a normal sign of aging—from the lines in your brow to the laugh lines around your mouth. But just because they’re a fact of life doesn’t mean you can’t do anything to lessen their appearance.
In an effort to look our best, we spend a fortune on facial creams, special soaps and other treatments designed to improve our appearance. But one of the most effective ways to look younger, researchers say, is to eat the foods that support the health of your skin.