Looking After You: Eat Your Way to Better Skin

Looking After You: Eat Your Way to Better Skin

When we look in the mirror and have that dreaded skin concern, often we head straight for the bathroom cabinet to put another lotion or potion on, but when you see a blemish or rash-like patch of pimples, it could be a sign that you’ve indulged on too much coffee, alcohol or aging foods. What we eat shows up on our face so here are some great foods to get into your diet to help skin issues.


The high concentration of water in watermelon can actually reduce the water retention that leads to puffiness around the eyes.

Green Tea

Green tea contains polyphenols, making it an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. It’s great for healing blemishes and scars, flushing out toxins, and also keeps skin supple.


Avocados penetrate cells at the deepest level, which is virtually a tasty way to get a basal layer skin dose of vitamins A, D, and E, good fats, and phytonutrients.


Walnuts amp up collagen production as they are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Collagen is a protein that helps improve the skin’s elasticity, preventing sagging and ultimately leaving your skin plump and youthful.


Broccoli is packed full vitamins, including A, C, and E which is a fantastic antioxidant that also supports collagen production. There’s also vitamin K in broccoli, which speeds up the healing of bruises and may even help improve dark undereye circles.

Safe Stay,
Kim Fletcher