Thursday, December 22, 2016

Best Nutrition For Skin Care In Winter | Guest Post

Best Nutrition For Skin Care In Winter

Winter is a very tough period for your skin. Several facts like low temperature, dry heat, biting breeze, reduced humidity give you a very hard time. The atmosphere will try to snatch the moisture away from your body and make it rough, harsh and stubborn. It is a difficult season, but if you are concerned about a few facts and can ensure sufficient nutrition supply, you can always get a flourished and healthy skin, regardless the weather.

Skin care includes rosy lips and luster cheek, but it is not limited to that. You have to take care of your harsh skin, dry face, joints as well as rough ankle. The weather is hostile, but sometimes the heater in your home is also injurious to your skin. Well, you can take plenty of measures from outside to protect your skin as well as you can make it stronger and healthier from the core. Today I will discuss some diet and nutrition tips which will make your skin prepared for this adverse situation.

Best Nutrition For Skin Care In Winter:
For the best skin in winter, you have to add a few food items from your daily menu.

1. Have Sufficient Lycopene:
Lycopene is an important element for a smoother skin. It is a kind of carotenoid which is usually found in the colorful fruits like pink grapefruit, tomato, red pepper, carrot, guava, watermelon, papaya and so on. The people who have higher lycopene in their body, tends to have a smoother skin. Add any of these fruits in your breakfast to strengthen your skin against this ambivalent cold weather.

2. Isoflavones Is A Cleaner:
Isoflavones in your body work as a wiper or cleaner. When you go out in the sun on a winter day, due to less humidity and dry air, the sunlight causes a higher damage to your skin. Isoflavones filter and scavenge the injurious free radicals from your body. Do not forget to add soybeans, green tea, peanut butter, tofu, edamame and cowpeas to eradicate the effect of this season on your skin.

3. Lutein for Sun protection:
Lutein is a carotenoid which will protect your skin from the harmful UV rays. You can have this core protection from UV rays by eating egg yolk, green leafy vegetables, carrot, spinach and any colorful vegetable. Lutein will also keep your eyes healthy.

4. Omega-3:
Omega-3 is a very important fatty acid if you want to have an overall healthy skin. It is also a trusted fighter against acnes and psoriasis. These skin conditions become very common in winter as your skin become weak losing its moisture. Omega-3 fat works to keep your skin moist, smooth and splendid. The cold water fish like salmon, sardines, tuna, spinach, soybeans and so on are rich in omega-3.

5. Vitamin C:
During winter, the skin gets dryer and age marks as well as wrinkles, try to take that opportunity. Have some vitamin C in your everyday meal to drive away all the wrinkles, age mark or dark mark. Vitamin skin also creates an internal glow of your skin. A glass of lemon juice, lemon, strawberry, broccoli, guava, pies, oranges, etc have a high amount of vitamin C.

6. Caffeine:
There are many well and woe theories about the effect of caffeine in our body, but during winter, it will work as a great support for your skin. The exposed skin to the sun possesses a higher risk of skin cancer in this season. The caffeine in your every day coffee and tea attack the precancerous skin cells and destroy them. But keep in mind, caffeine dehydrates your body, so drink water more than average during this season. The overdose of caffeine will not be well received by your body.

Are You A Sports Enthusiast?
The above-mentioned nutritional requirement is for the regular people who have moderate physical activity. If you are a sports enthusiast or love to do outdoor activities a lot, you have to be a little bit more cautious about your skin. Let’s have a look at the additional tips you need to follow as a highly active sports lover.

1. Hydrate Yourself:
 No matter what happen to you, always keep yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water. You can also drink natural juice, fruit pulps, and coconut water. Your skin tends to be dry in winter, additional activity sweets out some extra water; you need more water to keep your skin alive.  

2. Sun Protection:
The sunlight is harder on skin in the dry winter epoch. Never expose yourself directly to the sun without sufficient protection. You can use our #1 PROTECTME  to defend your skin from the sun. It will reduce the disastrous effect of UV rays and protect from skin cancer and sunburn.

Well, in a cold region people usually know a thousand external ways to protect the skin from the cold and dry weather during the winter. But, if you have a better hygiene and healthier skin, your skin alone can keep it well moisturized and nourished. A stronger skin from the core will reduce your additional concern for it. Have the necessary nutrition I mentioned above. Dryness is the main culprit in this season, so please drink plenty of water and always keep yourself hydrated.

Amber Kennedy from

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