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10 Tasty Foods You Can Eat for Super Clear Skin

Written by Grace & Silas
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You’ve spent a lot of time and money thinking about what’s the best product to put on your skin to stay young and beautiful. But how much do you think about your diet? Many experts are saying that it’s not so much what you put on your skin, but what you’re taking in.

Maybe bath washes, creams, and corrective cosmetics are good for your dry skin, but eating certain foods that are great for clear skin are much more affective. These foods will give you glowing skin from the inside, a fair complexion from the outside, and improve your health. So if you’re someone that’s dealing with blemishes and dryness, then try these superfoods.

Tomatoes

Naturally, tomatoes are a good a source of lycopene which have antioxidants that fight skin inflammation. It’s one of the most important ingredients of most beauty products that help cure large pores, revive dry skin, soothe sunburns and treat acne. Whether eaten raw or cooked, this fruit will help enhance your skin’s health.

Berries

Berries are one of the best foods for a healthy diet. Not only do they benefit your health, but your skin too.

They’re rich in powerful antioxidants that protect your skin from sun damage, as well as Vitamin C that firms skin, fine lines and wrinkles. There’s no doubt that berries are super good for you.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are loaded with beta-carotene and vitamin A which help with keeping skin smooth and regulate collagen production which is essential for preventing wrinkles. So the next time you prepare food, switch out your ordinary staple for a sweet potato.

Avocados

Of course, we wouldn’t skip one of the most loved (trendy?) fruits; the avocado. While many are putting the avocado directly on their face as a beauty mask, you should definitely eat it regularly for great skin as well. Pair it with a salad or on wholegrain toast, and you’re good to go!

Green Leafy Vegetables

From kale to spinach to arugula, these green leafy vegetables are a major skin exfoliator. They are a great cleansing agent that nourishes your skin while helping flush out the toxins. Despite their color, they’re also excellent sources of beta-carotene (which is mostly found in orange colored veggies).

Also, the greener they are, the more antioxidants they produce, giving you a glowing and youthful skin.

Eggs

Eggs are not just good for omelets but also good for your skin. Especially the white part, which is full of astringent properties. It can close and tighten up your pores, lift, remove dry skin, and reduce oiliness. So try incorporating eggs in your morning routine!

Green Tea

Alright, this is a drink, but it should definitely be noted! Green tea has tons of impressive benefits, and by drinking a few cups of this beverage a day, you’ll have beautiful skin.

Salmon

Coldwater fish like salmons are packed with essential fatty acids like omega-3 that reduces inflammation in the body. If you’re someone who’s been battling acne, eczema or other inflammation injuries, then salmon will definitely help you out.

Dark Chocolate

Since dark chocolate only has a little bit of sugar and milk, it makes it a nice healthy snack. The cacao wards off wrinkles, improves skin elasticity, and even protect skin from UV damage. Just be mindful to eat it in moderation!

Almonds

Almonds are one of the best food sources for Vitamin E. They can help nourish your skin and protect it from sunburns. Just add them to your baked goods, salads, cereals, and other snacks.


Just incorporating a few or even all of these foods into your diet can seriously help your skin’s health. From improving your skin’s smoothness to protecting against wrinkles, these superfoods have got you covered. They all taste great and give you awesome results. So try them out and let me know what you think!

Now if you know of any other foods that help with clear skin, let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear about them!

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Silas and Grace always had a passion for travel. So in 2016, they started Chasing Foxes as an independent income source. 4 months after launch, they were making enough money from their blog to travel full-time, and in the past 5 years, they’ve been able to encourage others in their blogging journeys too. Learn more about Silas & Grace.

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