5 Winter foods that will make your skin glow from inside and outside

1.       FIG

Fig is rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins. Dried figs are highly concentrated in minerals and vitamins. Figs contain a high amount of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps to lighten and even out the skin tone. Fig extract had an antioxidative and anti collagenase effect on wrinkled skin and reduced the percentage of wrinkle depth.

2.       CITRUS FRUITS-

Citrus fruits like Kiwi, lemons, lime, oranges and grapefruits are  winter fruits and they are good for younger looking skin. Rich in collagen-supporting vitamin C, citrus fruits are also loaded with antioxidant

3.       ALMOND

Almonds has wealthy quantities of nutrition E and it is an incredible skin tonic. Soak five almonds in water in a single day, and next day eat it with empty stomach.

4.       OATMEAL

Oatmeal helps to reduce skin inflammation  and making it ideal for treating inflammatory skin conditions. It is inexpensive and readily available. It helps to keep skin hydrated by forming an occlusive layer.

5.       ALOE VERA

It’s been used for centuries to get wrinkle unfastened skin. 10 minutes massage with Aloe Vera gel will tighten your skin and give natural glow. This mechanism may also help in the prevention of dark spots, while the various antioxidants it contains (such as glutathione peroxide) may fade sun damage that’s already formed.

Tips:-

1.       Apart from above do 30 minutes brisk walking

2.       Drink 9 glass of water and keep yourself hydrated

3.       Sleep for 8 hrs

4.       Do 15 minutes meditation 

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