Foods That Work As Moisturisers

19:15' 08-11-2017
Skin needs to be moisturised to withstand the dry weather, but as well as moisturisers applied to the outer skin, there are foods which do the same work from inside.

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    Broccoli contains 90% water and is rich in antioxidants vitamins C and E, helping to protect skin from environmental factors and also replenish it with moisture.

    Red radish contains up to 95% water, and is rich in silica and sulphur, which help moisturise skin and hair as well.

    Olive oil contains 75% unsaturated fat. This supplies the skin with collagen, making it more youthful.

    Yogurt contains 85% water, and is rich in beneficial bacteria, reducing inflammation and nourishing the skin from within.

    Dark chocolate can also increase the water-retaining capacity of skin, and prevents some signs of premature aging.

    Berries such as strawberries, blueberries and raspberries provide an abundant source of antioxidants, giving the skin protection from the effects of the environment.

    Walnuts are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, which help prevent skin dehydration.

    Phung Nguyen


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