Rich in antioxidants and Zinc, Pumpkin helps revitalize the skin, regulate oil production, improve skin tone and reduce the appearance of open pores.
Tomatoes are overloaded with strong anti-aging antioxidant, lycopene that gives you younger looking skin. Tomato juice can also be applied as a natural sunscreen.
The natural bleaching agent for skin lightening can help getting rid of dark circles, sunburn and dead skin cells.
Coconut water is hydrating and full of muscle relaxing potassium. Whereas it's oil has antimicrobial effect, destroying bad bacteria and candida. This aids in gut health, better digestion and hence clearing breakouts.
5. Fish and Sea-Food:
Omega-3 found in fish is has anti-aging components and can help slow down wrinkling. It also controls acne with its anti-inflammatory action.
Cherries, blueberries, strawberries are loaded with antioxidants that fight blemishes.
Speed up the collagen production in the body with Walnuts, a rich source of Omega-3. From improving skin elasticity to brain health, this food has many surprising benefits.
Antioxidants present in eggs, provide protection against UV damage. They also help in hydrating
the skin and making it firm and tight.
Almonds are a rich source of vitamin E. An antidote for cell damage, that also repairs skin damage caused by harmful sun rays.
With inputs from Ms. Lovneet Batra, Chief Nutritionist, Fortis La Femme