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Top 5 fruits for a glowing skin

Every woman and man desires picture perfect, glowing skin. When it comes to healthy skin, what you put in your body may matter more than what you put on it.

Here’s what to eat for glowing skin:

 1. Carrot

Need a blush on your face? Filling up on carrots can give you a natural glow. People who eat a higher amount of carotenoid-containing fruits and vegetables, like carrots, have more yellow tones in their skin, giving them a complexion that others rated as looking healthier.

2. Strawberry

Strawberries are full of Vitamin C. Vitamin C  is a super antioxidant. It is needed for a strong immune system, radiant skin and helps blemishes heal properly. They help to produce collagen that strengthens the capillaries that supply the skin. Vitamin C also helps with dryness and wrinkles.

3. Apple

Apples are the richest source of malic acid. Malic acid is gentler than other acids used in beauty treatments, such as glycolic and salicylic acid. Malic acid promotes healthier, firmer and youthful looking skin by renewing skin cells without damaging the skin layer.

If that’s not enough to convince you that an apple a day leads to glowing skin from within, consider the high fibre content in apples. Fibre helps to clean out the colon and promotes regular bowel movements, hence promoting clear pimple-free skin.

4. Banana

The nutrients in bananas work to maintain the elasticity of skin, moisturise, prevent premature aging and wrinkles, soften and rejuvenate, and fade dark spots and blemishes.

5. Lemon

Speaking of citrus fruits, lemons are a great addition to your beauty regimen, as they are known to be “Nature’s Bleach.” Lemons safely whiten and lighten skin and promote an even tone by reducing acne marks and blemishes. They also deep cleanse the skin by breaking down any grime clogging the pores.

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