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4 Foods To Tackle Winter Skin

4 Foods To Tackle Winter Skin

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Harsh winter weather can really take it's toll on the skin. Blustering, icy winds, low-temperatures and all-year-round UV rays all play their part in making your skin feel dry, appear dull and feel tired. Here are 5 nutrition-packed foods that are bound to restore or support your skin's natural glow.



Supportive of collagen production, carrots are packed with vitamin C. This is vital for skin elasticity. Collagen is also integral to skin elasticity. Further, the vitamin A that you find in carrots is important for attacking free radicals, which inhibits wrinkles and an unbalanced skin tone. Fibroblasts are also stimulated by Vitamin A, cells that play apart in creating tissues that support skin health and firmness.



There's good cause behind why so many avocado meals are clogging up your insta feed. The mix of vitamins, healthy fats and proteins make it the perfect revitalizer for your body. While the avocado fat acts as a moisturiser for your skin, the protein supports both it's elastin and collagen.

Green Tea

Green Tea

According to Bonnie Taub-Dix, author of Read It Before You Eat It and, green tea "may help increase blood flow to the skin since it’s rich in epicatechin, an antioxidant found in red wine,”. It's also filled with antioxidants that nourish and replenish the skin, and anti-inflammatory properties that prevent blemishes from developing and repair skin damage.

Nuts & Seeds 

Rhonda Q Klein, MD/MPH, said in an interview with Eat This, Not That, that "Foods full of vitamin E... such as nuts help to retain moisture and strengthen the skin barrier,". Nuts and seeds are nutritionally dense, obtaining minerals, monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins E, B and A. These nutrients help to defend against free radicals and pollutants, regenerate cells, promote elasticity and hydrate the skin. 

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