Foods rich in the B vitaminsâ€“B2, B6, B12, vitamins C and E can hydrate your skin from within. As your body and skin start to benefit from a healthier diet, you can repair environmental damage to your skin and the look of dry skin. Where will you find these vitamins? In your refrigerator and cabinets. Milk, egg yolks, broccoli, citrus fruits, nuts, sunflower seeds and whole grain foods give you a delicious option for making your skin healthy because theyâ€™re filled with nutrients.
Other foods and nutrients that will help are those rich in the essential fatty acids, or EFAs, such as Omega-3 and Omega-6, actually prompt your skin to produce more skin-healthy lipids or fats. These help to trap the natural oils found in your skin, which prevents dryness. Where are these nutrients found? Salmon, cold-water fatty fish, flax seed oil, walnuts, safflower and corn oils. Donâ€™t eat fish? Take a supplement rich in Omega-3.
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