5. Yogurt and kefir
Yogurt and kefir are packed full of living probiotics which help your skin look young by reducing redness, irritation, and acne. The friendly bacteria fight inflammation in the gut, which is where a lot of skin problems take root.
You can also apply yogurt topically to rejuvenate your skin — lactic acid in yogurt has anti-aging and exfoliating properties that will reduce fine lines and give your face a healthy glow.
Honey is naturally antibacterial, antioxidant, and humectant, so it’s no wonder that it’s so beneficial for the skin. Though usually used in DIY face masks and applied topically to reduce inflammation, treat acne and moisturize dry skin, eating honey is also a good idea, especially if you’re replacing other sweets with it.
Most berries are great for your skin and your health in general, but blueberries are especially good. Often called a superfood, they are a rich source of antioxidants, which help your skin fight free radical damage and repair it from the inside. Anthocyanins found in blueberries stabilize collagen, making your skin remain youthful and healthy for longer.
There are 2 main reasons why oranges are good for your skin: they’re packed with vitamin C and they’re also loaded with water. Water hydrates the skin from the inside and prevents breakouts, and vitamin C, while also being an antioxidant, plays a big role in collagen production. Collagen keeps your skin supple and firm, preventing sagginess and wrinkles.