by NM SEO April 21, 2021

Superfoods are packed with vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, enzymes, and healthy fats. These nutrient powerhouses can help increase immune function, enhance cardio health, and increase energy levels.

There are even some superfoods that have natural skincare benefits, like reducing signs of aging and keeping your skin healthy and glowing from within.

Here are some of the best superfoods that you can use to boost your skincare routine.

Top 8 Superfoods for Glowing Skin

1. Bell Peppers: Reduce Aging Signs

Bell peppers are rich in potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C: nutrients reported to enhance your immunity and reduce signs of aging.

Bell peppers also have a high vitamin E content, a vitamin that is often used in skincare products to keep your skin toned and moisturized, preventing wrinkles.

2. Spirulina: Ideal for All-around Skincare

Spirulina is packed with vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are beneficial to the skin. Spirulina’s high antioxidant content allows it to ward off free radicals and flush out toxins from the skin. 

Spirulina also contains tyrosine and selenium, which are all reported to have anti-ageing effects. Use a DIY Spirulina Face Mask to help detoxify your skin and clean up breakouts.

3. Sweet Potatoes: Remove Tan and Fight Sun Damage

Sweet potatoes are packed with beta carotene, an effective antioxidant that can provide your skin protection from UV ray damage.

Sweet potatoes are also helpful for reducing spots and wrinkles and can fight acne.

4. Fatty Fish: Exclusive Skincare Superfood

Tuna, salmon, and sardines are enriched with omega 3 fatty acids, which are ideal for fighting common skin problems like acne, redness, dryness, and sensitivity.

Fatty fishes are also known for fighting UV ray damage and removing toxins from your body.

5. Avocados: Enriched With Healthy Fats

Avocados contain high monounsaturated fatty acids that keeps your heart healthy and your skin moisturized and firm. They can help to remove redness, irritation, and fine lines. Daily consumption of avocados will help your body to regenerate damaged skin cells.

Avocados are also great to use in a DIY Face Mask, and after topical use provide the skin with long-lasting hydration. 

6. Dark Chocolate: The Best Antioxidant

Chocolate with more than 70% cocoa content is an excellent source of antioxidants. It can smooth your skin and improve blood flow by lowering blood pressure.

Dark Chocolate is a powerful antidepressant and has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiac arrest.

7. Broccoli: Enhances Collagen Production

Broccoli is packed with essential nutrients like iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.

It is also rich in vitamin C, which boosts collagen production and helps improve your immune system. And there is also a lot of vitamin K in broccoli, which is helpful for common skin concerns.

8. Turmeric: Good For Acne and Irritated Skin

Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These properties can help calm irritated skin and help prevent redness.

Turmeric is antibacterial, and may help clear up acne breakouts. It’s high antioxidant content can also help reduce the appearance of scars.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are  not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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