Updated: Apr 15
Luckily for us, tomatoes are in season, and cooked tomatoes activate lycopene – a powerful antioxidant that helps to fight free radical damage and aging skin.
If there’s one food you should have in your diet, it’s citrus fruits. Their high Vitamin C and antioxidant content help to boost collagen production, replenish skin and repair it after sun exposure, too. There are so many juicy citrus fruits to choose from, like lemons, limes, grapefruit, oranges, tangerines…
These little blueberries are bursting with nutrients. Not only are they rich in antioxidants, but they’re also loaded with Vitamins A, C and E – top ingredients for glowy skin. These summery berries help to clear toxins from the skin and reduce inflammation, too. Hello, glow!
Thanks to the Vitamin A content in these tasty tubers, you can reduce fine lines and wrinkles and welcome a smooth, radiant complexion instead.
At this time of year, we’re all reaching for cooling salads and fresh fare. So, load up on spinach when you build your salad bowl. The Vitamin E and beta-carotene within this leafy green help to fight free radical damage. Think aging, wrinkling, and even skin cancer.