sites that we are experiencing the autumn and the winter, it’s “hard” for the skin.
Many women make the mistake of using harsh cleaning agents, thereby exacerbating the problem.
The best way to keep your skin healthy is through diet.
Experts recommend the tomato sauce for protection from ultraviolet radiation, the fatty fish such as sardines, which are rich in omega three fatty acids which reduce inflammation in the body and ÏƒÎºÎ¿Ï…ÏÎ¿Ï€ÏÎ¬ÏƒÎ¹Î½Ï‰Î½ vegetables that act against free radicals.
But what happens when the skin is thirsty and dehydrated it? Try the following recipes with superfoods that are proven to help your skin.
Milk and honey
The fat and lactic acid that contains the milk soothe irritated skin when applied topically. Make compresses with a piece of cloth you will dive in cold milk and apply locally on the spot that is irritated. You can also use products that combine milk and honey. Honey has the property to retain the moisture of the skin, and has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
The coconut oil provides natural hydration to your skin in combination with the antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. The coconut oil that has not undergone treatment is extremely beneficial for skin that is prone to acne.
Olive oil is known for its anti-aging properties, thanks to the polyphenols, the antioxidants that protect the body from oxidative damage, which over time can lead to diseases, such as cancer or cardiovascular diseases.
A lot of products for skin care contain soy, which improves the elasticity of the skin and retain the collagen, preventing the “breaking” of the skin.
Green tea protects the body from ultraviolet radiation, so when used topically and when you drink it. It also helps in the treatment of skin diseases, such as rosacea, acne and eczema.