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4 Foods That Women Can Use In Maintaining A Glowing Skin

The quest for a beautiful, glowing and flawless skin keeps increasing as the days go by. Everyone wants to have a beautiful skin, free from rashes, patches, acne and the likes. So many cosmetic brands have promised to make this wish come true, but unfortunately some of them do not deliver and we end up wasting money on so many products.

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A lot of people fail to understand that what you eat actually affects how your skin looks like. If you want to have a beautiful skin, then you must eat right, that's why I'll be sharing some good foods that you could help your skin glow.

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1. Water.

You probably must have heard a lot of times that you should drink at least 8 glasses of water per day. This is because the importance of water in the body cannot be overemphasized. Water helps flush out toxins and keeps your skin looking beautiful.

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2. Green tea.

Green tea is recommended for a healthy skin. It contains antioxidants and it has anti inflammatory properties. These anti inflammatory properties help prevent your skin from inflammations and when you're free from inflammations, you'll definitely have a beautiful skin. Incorporate green tea into your diet and your skin will thank you for it.

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3. Avocados.

Avocados are great for the skin. They contain a healthy amount of plant nutrients, vitamin A, vitamin D and vitamin E which are of great benefit to your skin.

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4. Carrots.

Carrots contain an important substance called carotenoids. This substance is rich in vitamins A, B, C, K, iron, potassium, manganese and a lot more.

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These vitamins and minerals are very good for your skin. Other foods that contain carotenoids are: mangoes, pawpaw, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, spinach and many more.

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