Products that are good for the skin | Freshmas blog

Good morning everyone, happy new week.
To have a healthy body, we attach great importance to our diet. We prefer drug-free, additive, raw foods. We choose the most natural, the freshest. What about our skin?
Our skin, like our entire body, needs many different sources of vitamins, minerals and healthy oils. How about we make these pure products in our kitchen a staple of our skincare routine, both in food and by applying them directly to the skin?
Here are the skincare experts in our kitchen:
When it comes to skin care, the first thing that comes to mind is vitamin E, which is a complete skin regenerator. We can get vitamin E from vegetable oils, nuts like hazelnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds.
Products containing vitamin A protect against acne and improve skin elasticity. Tomatoes, carrots, capia, spinach and melons are good sources of vitamin A.
Another enemy of acne is zinc. Even just a zinc deficiency can be the source of the problem. Lean meats, chicken, and seafood are good sources of zinc.
B complex vitamins, especially biotin, play an important role in maintaining healthy hair and nails. We can use bananas, eggs, rice and oats as sources.
Vitamin C ensures the regeneration of skin tissues, increases its resistance to harmful external factors such as smoking and sunlight. Citrus fruits, broccoli, cauliflower, and leafy greens are all good sources.
Many foods, from fruit peels to egg shells, yogurt, honey, oats, and rice water, also provide unique benefits to our skin when applied as a mask.

So many useful products, many of which are at hand, can provide countless beneficial results. What, what? Let’s start the week by sharing recipes for healthy masks from the ingredients that we have in our kitchen?

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