Superfoods for Super Skin
The CULT51 Day Cream and Night Cream duo has everything your skin needs to regenerate, revitalise and turn back the clock.
However, the very healthiest glow starts from within, so these are some of the superfoods you should be slipping into your diet to complement your skincare regime.
Nutrition advice tells you to include some oily fish in your diet. It’s advice your skin will thank you for too. Omega-3 fatty acids are even shown to help protect the skin from sun damage.
Hurray for delicious and healthy dark chocolate! It combines calcium, iron and vitamins A, B1, C, D and E to help repair skin, while flavanols help your skin protect itself from redness, sunspots and other signs of damage from UV rays.
You’d be nuts not to include a handful of this super skin food in your diet. Their B vitamins are proven to help delay skin aging and they’re dark circle combatants too.
Did you know that vitamin C helps you absorb iron? As peppers are packed with vitamin C they’re a skin winner. It also helps collagen production while the beta-carotene has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
We’ve all heard the benefits of blueberries, but aronia berries are packed with a more powerful punch of antioxidants that helps to reduce inflammation.
With its combo of zinc and B vitamins, oats are oh so good for your skin. If you’re prone to acne, you’d do worse than kickstarting the day with a bowl of porridge. Mix in your Aronia berries for a super super skin hit!
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