1. Plenty Of Fruits And Vegetables
Our skin is the body’s largest organ and requires plenty of rich nourishment from our food to maintain a healthy glow. Fruits and vegetables are ideal, especially those with the vitamin B complex, vitamin E, as well as zinc and sulfur.
2. Brazil Nuts
Just a little handful of Brazil nuts may provide your body with a daily selenium supply. In addition, there is another antioxidant found in Brazil nuts, which works together with vitamins C and A to improve the immune system. To get the beautiful & flawless skin, follow a diet that is rich in selenium to protect you against sun damage, melanoma, and age spots. Some other good sources containing selenium are seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, chia), wheat germ, meat, and more. Besides, many nuts also include vitamin E that helps to hold the skin in moisture.
3. Wash, then exfoliate
When washing, first use a mild face wash to cleanse your skin. Then, lightly massage exfoliator onto your face. This may seem redundant, but before you exfoliate, you want a clean canvas, so that the exfoliant can focus on digging out the stubborn dirt and oil that are stuck deeper in your pores.
Eating carrots will give you the great eyesight. It is rich in vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant, which comes in the beta-carotene form. Regular eating carrots will help maintain the good vision, bones, and teeth while ensuring the normal development of the skin cells and firm the skin tone.