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Six Acne-Preventing Foods: From Savoury Tomatoes to Sweet Potatoes

Six Acne-Preventing Foods: From Savoury Tomatoes to Sweet Potatoes

Have you ever stopped and thought that perhaps your current facial products aren’t the reason behind your continual breakouts? Have you ever considered that what you’re choosing to consume can be the culprit? It’s important to treat your skin not only from the outside but also within, so we’ve created a list of acne-preventing foods that’ll combat your hunger and help you achieve the ultimate glow. Get ready to fill your bellies with these sweet and savory skincare staples!

Kale

Oh, kale yeah! Did you know that kale, the most nutrient-dense member of the cabbage family, is both low in calories and high in fiber? It’s also packed with minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, and more, as well as vitamins A, B-6, C, and K. And you know how much we love vitamin C, as it helps to boost collagen production and repair and reduce the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation. This leafy veggie is one mean, lean acne-preventing green! Sauté it in a stir-fry. Savor it in a sauce. Or enjoy it raw!

Papaya

Papa, ya the best! This exotic fruit contains papain, a digestive enzyme, so when papayas are applied topically, they can help to unclog pores, exfoliate dead skin, reduce the appearance of acne scars, and more! Papayas are also rich in vitamins A, B, C, and K, and a few mineral mates such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium, all of which help to improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles. Try it in a sweet sorbet or savory salsa!

Quinoa

Quin is always in (and helps to get stuff out, too)! This ancient, whole grain contains 17 to 27 grams of fibre when cooked, so you know what that means…

Frequent and successful bowel movements help rid your body of toxins, leaving behind not only a happy gut but a healthy glow! Devour it as a side dish or use it as a baking substitute for cookies, muffins, and more!

Salmon

Make sure to save this superfood when starting up the grill this summer!

Salmon is one of the best seafood sources for your skin. It provides protein as well as powerful antioxidants, B vitamins, vitamin D, potassium, and selenium. And did salmon say omega 3s?! Omega-3 fatty acids are basically your skin’s ultimate soulmate, as they help calm inflammation, which helps to increase collagen and elastin production. This powerful pink acne-preventing food also protects the skin from harmful UV rays, reduces the look of age spots, and improves overall skin texture!

Sweet Potatoes

While you can apply our cream topically to get your retinol fix, you can also chow down on this sweet, starchy vegetable to help prevent acne and aging. These potatoes are also jampacked with beta-carotene and after eating, your body will convert them into vitamin A, which will help to reduce inflammation, discoloration, and the appearance of large pores. Thanksgiving isn’t the only time to incorporate these orange gems into your meal. Slurp them down in a savory soup or feed them to guests as sweet fries!

Tomatoes

Not only is a tomato-rich in vitamin C, but also in lycopene, which is responsible for giving this fruit its bright, red color. Lycopene, a nutrient that belongs to the carotenoids family, helps to stimulate skin circulation, reduce fine lines, minimize redness and irritation, and more.

But if tomatoes aren’t your thang, try our serum to get all the benefits of vitamin C!

Simply put, you are what you eat. If you’re finding that you’re breaking out despite following a flawless facial regimen, try incorporating these vitamin-rich foods into your diet to achieve skin that feels great and looks even better. Let’s give a cheer for complexions that are radiant and clear!

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