Category Archives for "Healthy Skin Diet"
You are what you eat. We often hear this saying passed around either as a joke, a piece of advice, or a reminder, among others. But have we stopped to wonder how true this saying is?
When it comes to our skin, what we eat affects our skin's health. This sentiment wasn't prevalent back in the day (a few decades ago) -- that diet and skin condition have a relationship. But several studies in recent years have concluded that yes, diet impacts our skin!
As the largest organ of our body, our skin benefits from the nutrition we get from the food we eat. This statement is also true the other way around. When we eat food that is unhealthy or those that are known to cause specific skin problems, our skin may negatively be impacted. With that, we really, and I mean really need to watch what we eat.
Knowing this fact about diet and skin won't immediately propel us to change our dietary habits. I know it can be hard to change the norm we are so comfortable with -- especially if that norm consists of little to no fruits or vegetables. But taking the first step will go a long way! And I have just the right delicious drink for you to get moving towards a healthier lifestyle for healthier skin.Today I am sharing an easy 5-minute pink smoothie for gorgeous skin. Read on to learn how to make it, and your skin will thank you for it.
Today I am sharing this notoriously delicious beetroot juice recipe to help you stay healthy, energized and get your skin glowing.
The recipe is one of my favorite - every time I make it, it feels like I am drinking the elixir of beauty.
It's simple and comes together in minutes!
Wanna check it out? Let's begin then!
Today's post motto is 'Healthy skin can be affordable and tasty'. How?
I have a glowing skin green smoothie recipe for you - it's easy, it's yummy, it's nutritious and your skin will love it!
Let's get started..
There 3 ways you can benefits from this delicious goodness - the pomegranate.
1. You can eat the fruit (seeds), or make a juice of it.
2. You can make a paste which to add to scrubs or masks, and apply it topically.
3. You can benefit from the oil made from the seeds of the fruit.
Today, I chose to tell how you can drink your way to youthful, glowing and bright complexion by drinking pomegranate juice regularly.
Without further ado, let's look at the 4 benefits pomegranate juice has to offer your skin..
You probably know turmeric for being one of the spices used in Indian and Asian cooking.
It adds depth of flavor and a sunrise color to the dishes.
But turmeric does a lot more than make our food taste and look delicious.
It’s been used in ancient Indian medicine for around 4,000 years for its health benefits.
And the reason it’s on focus today is because it offers a wide range of benefits for your skin - from protecting you from premature anti-aging, to skin-clearing, to supporting skin healing, cell renewal and boosting collagen formation.
And below I am going to tell you how to take advantage of this goodness, in a Turmeric Skin Booster Smoothie.
Orange + carrots + banana + ginger + turmeric = morning boost for your skin!
Not sure how this spice fits in a smoothie – read on to find out!
What drink is inexpensive to make, helps digestion, alkalize your body and keeps your skin glowing?
You have probably heard about the amazing benefits of the lemon water for your body and that celebrities are sipping on it daily.
But have you heard that...
While writing my previous blog post about healthy skin diet, I thought that throwing a few lines about the alkaline diet would be a fair and a natural continuation.
Have you tried tackling symptoms of a skin problem, only to find out that, not long after, the symptoms appear again?
While this blog is sharing skin care routine, tips, treatments and products, it is also about adopting and sticking to a healthy skin diet. Have you heard the saying ''Healthy from the outside starts from the inside"?
You probably have a favorite cream, serum or treatment, but do you know that what you put in your mouth is as important as the products you apply on your skin?