Eating habits for better skin

Cracked, boiled, half-fried, or scrambled, eggs are protein powerhouses. It's a good source of lutein, which keeps skin moisturised and firm. 

Ghee aids in the digestion of natural components, while water and turmeric reduce acne, pimples, and black scars. This 6-week routine guarantees results.

Vitamin C clears skin. Super antioxidants, immunity enhancers, and blemish fighters.  a natural protein in our skin, nails, and hair that boosts skin redness and prevents infections and diseases.

Everyday veggies are wonderful. Include fresh veggies like tomatoes, bell peppers, broccoli, lettuce, avocados, and carrots for younger-looking skin in 6 to 8 weeks.

Almonds protect the skin from injury and encourage healthy skin-cell growth since they contain vitamin E. Walnuts' omega-3, vitamin E and C, zinc, selenium, and protein prevent skin drooping.

Salmon, sardines, cod, and tuna are good sources of omega-3, which builds stronger skin cells. Reduced inflammation avoids cell damage, peeling, and dry skin.

The cocoa in these chocolates is rich in antioxidants and flavonols that aid with wrinkles, skin thickness, and texture. Don't go crazy.

Since water is already recognised to be a natural cleaner of our body, swanking it up with fruits will optimise your mineral intake and help in cleaning the skin pores. 

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