Eat Your Skin BeautifulPosted on June 5, 2017
Eating a healthy diet is beneficial to your health as well as the largest organ in your body- which is your skin. According to recent online article we can eat foods that contribute to beautiful skin according to Kimberly Snyder, celebrity nutritionist and author of the Beauty Detox Solution. There are some foods that can positively impact the look and health of your skin. One is the cucumber. Cucumbers are essentially a one-stop shop for hydrating enzyme filled water. Hydration is the most effective solution for maintaining youthful and smooth skin. Cucumbers are full of vitamins B,C, zinc, iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. They also have anti-inflammatory properties which make them excellent for placing chilled over puffy eyes in the morning. Seaweed is also rich in B vitamins and minerals and facilitates blood flow which contributes to radiant skin. Seaweed can be added to smoothies or added to your added to your salad. Kale is the hottest thing on the market right now. It is rich in the beauty vitamins A, C, and E, which all have anti-aging properties that promote healthy new cell growth. Papaya is an excellent addition for ongoing skin repair. The enzyme papain is contained in most facial mask but when consumed it promotes both bright skin as well as bright eyes. Dr. Kim encourages patients to maintain healthy skin as one of the best ways to combat the appearance of aging. For many patients starting with healthy smooth skin can have a marked benefit when choosing a facelift, brow lift, or blepharoplasty. These facial rejuvenation surgical procedures will help to remove loose and lax skin; however, for patients who have not taken good care of their skin, the results will not be as dramatic as it will for those who have been diligent concerning the proper care and maintenance of healthy skin. The best results for facial rejuvenation surgical procedures are always seen in patients who are young enough to have a moderate amount of elasticity present in their skin. Dr. Kim consults with every patient considering facial rejuvenation procedures and makes recommendations that will benefit the patient the most.