5 Foods that Will Improve Your Skin Dramatically

Foods That Make Your Skin Glow

An overview to skin care

There is probably not a single person in the world that wants to be unattractive. It’s true that some care less about their looks while some other care more about their looks, but there is probably not a single person that does not care at all about their looks.

If you’re thinking that you should only be caring for your skin health after the age of 30 or so, think again! The recent study has reported that the signs of aging may start to appear from the mid-20s. What are the common signs of aging?

The common signs of aging that are related to skin health are wrinkles, bags under eyes, fine lines, and so on. These signs of aging can be frustrating, especially when you are still young.

READ: This Is How You Naturally Remove Moles, Warts, Blackheads, Skin Tags, And Age Spots

The result obtained from this study is a clear indication of an importance of taking care of skin health at a young age. You can find some of the best anti aging tips by consulting a dermatologist if you are experiencing aging signs in your youth.

Besides consulting a doctor, there are things that can do at your home, which will help in solving your problems. The first and foremost change that you must bring to achieve a better skin is your diet. We will discuss it in the next section of this article.

What are the top 5 foods for glowing skin?

The problem with most of the people is that they immediately opt for cosmetic products for a glowing skin. According to the stat, the revenue generated by US cosmetic products is well over $60 billion. This shows how reluctant people are to immediately opt for cosmetic products.

The first thing they must be doing is changing their diet plan. There are plenty of foods on the market to choose from, but not all of them are beneficial. It can be very confusing to choose from plenty of foods that are sold on the market.

We are here to clear your confusion regarding which foods to select. Here are the top 5 foods that you should add to your diet plan today for a healthy and glowing skin.

  • Carrot

Personally, I love carrot a lot. I love it not only because of its nutrients, but also because of its taste. Carrot is a crunchy root vegetable that is usually orange in color. This root vegetable is full of nutrients that can significantly boost your skin health.

Carrots are the powerhouse of nutrients filled with vitamin A, antioxidants, potassium, carotenoids, and vitamin C. This vegetable has tons of health benefits because of the nutrients possessed by carrots.

Consuming this vegetable can especially improve your digestion, eye, teeth, and skin health. The abundant amount of vitamin A found in the carrot helps to protect your skin against no. of skin problems, which helps in maintaining your skin health.

SEE: How to Solve Dry Skin Issues When You’re a Bodybuilder

The vitamin C and antioxidants in carrots help in keeping your skin vibrant. You can diminish your scars and skin blemishes by regularly drinking carrot juice. The carrot can not only be consumed, but you can also turn it into an inexpensive face wash.

Apply it on your skin and leave it for around 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, wash it off. After washing it off, you can immediately observe a glow on your skin. Just add carrots to your diet plan and experience the difference.

  • Tomatoes

Tomatoes are usually added to a salad for enhancing the taste of the salad. The word “tomato” is often used by many people to complement the people with a healthy skin. Have you ever heard people complementing by saying your cheeks are as red as a tomato?

I have heard that complement a lot. Tomatoes are juicy vegetables that are full of nutrients. This vegetable is added to a salad, which I’ve already mentioned before. In addition to salads, this vegetable is also used for the preparation of many other dishes.

Adding tomatoes to pizza, burger, and sandwich can significantly enhance the taste of these foods. How can one forget tomato ketchup?

The high water content in tomato helps in moisturizing your skin, which helps in keeping your skin healthy and shiny. The anti-oxidant present in the tomato protects your skin from harmful elements that can damage your skin.

Furthermore, this vegetable is also filled with protein, which helps in repairing the damaged skin cells. The study has proved that the harmful UV rays from sun account for around 80% of the aging symptoms.

The anti-oxidant called lycopene that is present in tomato helps in protecting your skin from harmful sunrays. The high amount of vitamin C in the tomato can brighten your skin. With so many health benefits, you must find ways to add tomato to your dishes.

READ: 10 Amazing ways to keep your skin soft and smooth in winter

  • Leafy vegetables

There are plenty of green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, kale, broccoli, and so on. These vegetables are loaded with vitamins, phytonutrients, and minerals. These vegetables are the some of the top sources of beta-carotene.

The beta-carotene in these vegetables helps in repairing and renewing your skin for giving your skin a youthful glow.  The folate is also a vital nutrient that is found in these vegetables for DNA repair that assist in keeping your skin at its best from the inside.

  • Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe refers to different types of Cucumis melo species. The content of water is very high in Cantaloupe, which helps in keeping your skin away from dehydration. The intake of folic acid via Cantaloupe helps in the regeneration of cells.

Due to the regeneration of cells, it helps in keeping your skin fresh and supple. Cantaloupe is also very rich in vitamin C. The adequate intake of vitamin C helps in the development and maintenance of collagen.

Collagen is the most abundant protein that is present in hair, skin, muscle, and tendons. When collagen is in a right shape, it helps in maintaining the structure of your skin.

  • Sweet potatoes

Sweet potato is regarded as one of the best sources of carotenoids. The intake of beta-carotene can help in slowing the aging process. The anthocyanin that is present in sweet potato provides anti-inflammatory benefits to your skin.

SEE: This is what happens to your kidneys, skin and brain when you put on too much makeup

Sweet potato is also rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin C, which help in fighting free radicals. Vitamin C is also known for the development and maintenance of collagen. Collagen assists in the maintenance of elasticity of the skin.

The combination of vitamin A, C, and E help in improving the complexion of the skin, which allows you to get a glowing skin. 

Also, for your skin is goo to try microneedling  – a procedure that gently rolls the head of a derma-roller, which is covered in tiny spikes, over the surface of the skin. By doing so, tiny and painless micro-injuries are caused, which your skin responds to by increasing its collagen production (which is a big contributor to how youthful you appear). You can also try to use a good moisturizer after this procedure.


Adding these foods can definitely enhance your skin health, no doubt about it. However, you should also avoid things that can degrade your skin health. The study shows that smoking can lead to a premature aging.

The first step for you to enhance your skin health is to add these 5 foods to your diet plan and remove foods that can degrade your skin health. You can also make use of top moisturizers, creams, and other cosmetic products for further enhancing your skin glow.

If you are experiencing skin problems, such as wrinkles, skin hyperpigmentation, and so on, you can consult a dermatologist for treating your problems.

Written by Valentin Bosioc

Valentin Bosioc - wellness specialist, certified personal trainer, certified fitness instructor, celebrity trainer, Musclemania Champion, Ninja Warrior Semifinalist, world wide motivator!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Best Muscle Building Tips To Apply To Your Diet For Great Results

Lose 5 Pounds Per Week With The Blackberry Diet