Food That Makes Your Skin Glow Naturally

Post on November 27, 2017 | SOGO Malaysia
Our precious body canvas is constantly at a downward plunge due to bad influences in the form of habits and exposure to harmful chemicals.

While there may be lots of products dubbed as skin food; your skin more than ever needs all that nature's best goodness.

We've compiled a list of healthy foods that will improve your skin's glow and complexion game tremendously!


We've sent this one right atop of the list to get you guys excited right away. Apart from its rich source of omega-3s, salmon also contains dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE).

DMAE aids in keeping your skin healthy by protecting the integrity of cell membranes and also prevents the production of arachidonic acid. Now you can start saying your goodbyes to premature aging and wrinkles.

Green Tea

Salmon and green tea, sounds like the perfect pairing right? Green tea contains catechins, an antioxidant with proven anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties.

Research has proven that drinking 2 cups of green tea a day not only helps prevent skin cancer but also aids with reversing the effects of skin damage due to over-exposure to the sun by overcoming the changes that appear on sun-exposed skin. 


No nutty goodness packs a punch like almonds when it comes to vitamin E, the holy grail amongst vitamins when it comes to skin care. It's essentially because vitamin E helps repair scarred cells and defends it against sun damage.

Vitamin E also aids in the form of an antioxidant, keeping your body free from dangerous free radicals.


Poached, boiled, scrambled or whatever preparation that tickles your fancy; eggs or rather the yolk is rich in vitamins that are essential for proper cell function.

It also contains the “beauty vitamin” - biotin, that's proven to help protect skin from acne, rashes and even dryness.

Coconut Water & Oil

Coconut is indeed a fruit that contains skincare goodness in abundance. The water from the fruit is full of muscle-relaxing potassium and electrolytes to replenish and rehydrate your skin, making it softer and younger looking.

As you scrap into its meaty flesh, you are promoting the well-being of your gut by destroying bad bacteria and candida; a fungus that causes inflammation, digestion problems and skin breakouts.

Dark Chocolate

Ahhhh, some chocolaty goodness goes a long way too in your quest for that naturally glowing skin. The antioxidants in dark chocolate known as flavanols reduces roughness in the skin and provides sun protection.

There's a research study that has proven that women who drank cocoa fortified with a chocolate bar’s worth of flavonols had better skin texture and stronger resistance to UV rays than those who consumed significantly fewer flavanols.

There you have it, add a little dosage of all these natural goodness into your daily diet and you'd be attaining that flawless and radiant skin in no time.


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