1. Citrus fruits
Orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime complement each other perfectly in a cocktail and help improve skin condition. Vitamin C promotes collagen production, protects the skin from the sun and prevents pigmentation. Citrus fruits can be eaten, or masks and serums with them in the composition can be applied to the face.
It is rich in antioxidants, especially anthocyanin and bioflavonoids, which fight inflammation.
3. Green tea
Hot green tea contains antioxidants that keep the skin from becoming inflamed and increase blood flow. As the drink cools, there are fewer of them.
4. Safflower oil
Omega-6 fatty acids perfectly moisturize the skin. The oil itself is a good emollient, it helps to heal wounds and cracks.
5. Bone broth
It is very rich in collagen, which is beneficial not only for the skin of the face, but also for bones, muscles and tendons.
It is rich in vitamin E and beta-carotene, which protect cell membranes from free radicals (the latter contribute to the appearance of wrinkles and are implicated in the development of skin cancer).
Lycopene, which is responsible for the red color of tomatoes, helps fight these free radicals. Tomatoes are best eaten hot – for example, grilled or baked in the oven.
8. Canned tuna
Contains selenium, which helps the skin retain elastin. Thanks to this protein, the skin looks firm and radiant. In addition, fatty acids prevent inflammation.