NATURAL BEAUTY TIPS—FOODS TO EAT FOR GOOD SKIN

Which foods are best for your complexion?

Great Skin Foods # 1

“I have always believed in the Fountain of Youth within. And I believe in doing my utmost to maintain and improve my body and my mental and physical strengths. Of course, I take excellent care of my skin with good-for-you anti-aging techniques that are non-invasive and gentle, such as microcurrent, and I only wash my skin with water using my own branded WARSH Cloths.

“But I realized lately that it’s my good health that is my number one asset and which has such an impact on how I look and feel.

“As I often tell my clients, you always show at your best when your healthy glow shines from the inside out. And the most important thing you can do to maintain this is to pay attention to what you eat and drink.

“Aim for a healthy body and a healthy glow that starts from the inside out!” Maxine

Over the next few days, we'll cover six good-for-you-food selections. If they aren’t already on your menu, it's an excellent idea to add them for the good of your health and your skin.

 

Number one is dulse or dried seaweed.

The sea vegetable dulse, or dried seaweed, is said to be a tasty way to get rid of dark under-eye circles. Seaweed is full of vitamin B. This helps to draw excess fluids out of your tissues - including fluids that make your eyes puffy and give you dark circles underneath. Eat it alone or crumble it up on your soup or salad.

What is dulse and where can you find it?

This edible seaweed is full of fibre and protein and grows wild on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts--it's been a staple of diets in  Scotland and Wales, for example, for a long time. Look for it in a good supermarket--it comes in various forms from pickled to powder to flaked. It can be added to salads, soups, pan-fried.... and will work to keep your body healthy and your skin glowing from the inside out. Take this first step to a wonderful complexion!

p.s. To keep that complexion glowing, be sure you're using The WARSH Cloth (of course!).