Food to protect your skin and fight wrinkles

August 23, 2019 7:01 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Anti-wrinkle cream, Botox, lunch-break mini-facelifts – you don’t need them! Here, instead, and for a fraction of the price, is Naturally Good Food’s 10-point guide to maintaining a youthful appearance. We’ve got food rich in vitamin A, for healthy skin, eyes and hair. We’ve got food stuffed with vitamin E, for glowing skin and swishable locks. We’ve got food packed with antioxidants, fighting the effects of free radicals on your skin. And much more….

What should you eat to keep your skin and hair at its best?

True beauty – and true health – starts from within. What you put inside shows up on the outside. Follow our guide below and you’ll be glowing inside and out!

Eat apricots

First of all, eat apricots: we sell beautifully juicy, dried and ready-to-eat apricots, in a variety of sizes. We’ve got small packs for those still blessed with youthful looks, and bulk bags for those with many decades to shed (or a lot of baking to do!). Apricots are packed with vitamin A, which is essential for healthy skin, eyes and hair.

Eat almonds

Next: eat almonds. These wonderfully subtle little nuts provide vitamin E in abundance. Again, we sell packs in various sizes, right up to 22.68kg.

Focus on antioxidants

Antioxidants combat the effects of free radicals in our bodies. These unstable oxygen compounds seek other atoms or molecules with which to bond, beginning a process called ‘oxidative stress’ (or ‘oxidation’). Over time, they break down our cells, leading to accelerated aging and a whole host of nasty conditions. By eating a diet rich in antioxidants, researchers argue, we can limit the production of free radicals and lessen their effects. We’ll ‘age’ more slowly, both internally (our joints and organs will benefit) and externally, giving us more youthful skin.

Naturally Good Food sells a number of products that are especially rich in antioxidants. They’re all well worth eating! Check these out, in particular:

Use extra-virgin olive oil

The omega-3 fatty acids found in olive oil promote blood circulation to the skin and create healthy cell membranes, giving us softer, moister and more supple skin. Make sure you choose extra-virgin olive oil for the greatest concentration of nutrients.

Eat tomatoes

Tomatoes contain lycopene, which protects the skin from the effects of sun oxidation, and thus from wrinkles. Tomato puree and other products containing tomato also have this effect.

Eat dark chocolate

Apparently – and who are we to disagree – eating dark chocolate maintains skin collagen, thus protecting against wrinkles. The combination of vitamins and minerals found in dark chocolate also nourish the skin, keeping it moist and, thanks to flavonoids, protecting us from sun damage. (Also, eating dark chocolate makes you smile more!)

Drink lots of water

A free tip that really works! Drink plenty of water every day to flush away waste and prevent your skin sagging.

Get lots of sleep

One of the best, and completely free, ways of making you look younger is to get enough sleep each night. Worried about creases on your face from the pillow? Read on….

Try our organic toiletries

Don’t eat these – but do give them a try. We stock natural, organic toiletries, specifically designed for sensitive skin. They’re gentle, with no aggressive chemicals involved. They moisturise, soften and soothe away pillow-creases, using unique combinations of natural ingredients. You can see all our toiletries here.

Try our natural sun-care range

Finally, check out our range of natural sun-care products. We have a wonderful selection of organic, natural, highly effective, high-SPF, sun-creams for both adults and children. You’ll find imaginative natural ingredients included in them, such as edelweiss, inositol, green tea and avocado. Calendula, aloe vera, chamomile, myrrh and mint feature in the soothing after-sun lotions. These products are perfect for keeping your skin in its best possible sun-kissed shape.

Stay young. Stay beautiful. Shop with Naturally Good Food!

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