Covering Flawed Skin
Cover cover cover. Cover and douse your face with layers of cosmetic film to create or enhance what’s underneath (or be someone else entirely). Right, so we know how to paint and filter ourselves for flawless skin but what of the within? “Flawless skin” will certainly vary in complexion but there are things we as human beings can do fairly universally to have clear bright blemish-free healthy skin that is hydrated and can regenerate quickly.
What about change from the inside out and how do we go about it? Well the age old saying “you are what you eat” applies here, but less judgmentally than those gym tyrants who feel fat is always a choice. The saying applies here in the sense that if you want flawless skin, please consider enhancing your diet with some of the items in this article.
Besides the Variables
Let’s add a few waivers to this: genetics, allergies, and daily routine all play variables in the equation for skin appearance, so I’m not ruling out people’s need for a dermatologist. Hopefully even medical professionals would be able to recommend some of these foods to you as an additional remedy for any skin improvements you are seeking.
We know eating relatively healthy is a must for most beings in order to run on all 8 cylinders on the road of life, but specifically which foods will reflect in the skin? I don’t like lima beans that much but if I found out eating them helped scars to fade, I might just find a way.
Foods rich in vitamin C like citrus fruits help promote keeping the collagen (you need that not to look dry and wrinkly) in your skin; eating dark chocolate softens skin, spinach offers antioxidants. Fish with omega-3s and fatty acid like salmon also make the cut for foods that contribute to a happy dermis. Oysters are high enough in zinc to keep your scalp healthy and melon fruits with carotenoids combat against your skin getting
Yogurt has multiple benefits to the body including a contribution to vibrant refreshed skin and even a healthier waistline. Some may be realizing that it will only be a few adjustments here and there to get their skin on track to being at its best; the foods mentioned are generally accessible in many places, not necessarily any super rare expensive items (can you say that about your day/night cream lotion regiment?). Foods rich in vitamin A and E are great and isn’t that what all these lotions claim to be chock full of for you to slather topically?
Imagine the benefits of applying ingredients from within.