5 Simple Steps To Silky Smooth Skin
Posted on March 16 2017
Kale, the leafy green powerhouse, is rich in Copper, Vitamin K, C & A, which can boost collagen and melanin levels in the skin, a pigment that protects skin from the sun, and offers anti-inflammatory benefits too. Add yours to your smoothies HERE.
Walnuts are the most Omega-3 rich nut, and being full of copper are also known to boost collagen production. Snack on a handful of walnuts a day for improved complexion and defense against dry skin. Get yours HERE.
3. Blueberries & Goji Berries
Berries in all shapes and sizes are flavourful, deliciously sweet superfruits that are rich in antioxidants, prohibiting the oxidation of molecules in the body, which in turn helps your skin to look clear and healthy, and help to rid the body of free radicals. Blueberries and goji berries are some of the most antioxidant rich of them all, and are available HERE & HERE.
4. Matcha Green Tea
Tea is recognised as having antioxidants, but Matcha Green Tea is far more powerful, and in particular ceremonial grade. It is in fact one of the highest antioxidant concentration ORAC ratings of any other food ever measured, and cleanses the body of free radicals and protects skin from aging. See Nutriseed Organic Ceremonial Matcha Tea HERE.
5. Flaxseed Oil
The essential fatty acids and protein in flaxseed oil has been proven to help to prevent skin flattening out and losing its bounce, acting as a defence against wrinkles. Flaxseed oil plumps the skin and can help to repair skin cells, improving firmness, elasticity, tone and texture. Nutriseed Linseed Moisturising Cream can be found HERE, and Linseed Oil Capsules HERE.