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5 foods that retain moisture in the skin

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5 foods that retain moisture in the skin

There are many ways to keep skin healthy. There are certain things that must be followed, otherwise the skin may be damaged. One of them is eating nutritious and healthy food, drinking enough water, refraining from using cosmetics that are harmful to the skin, doing makeup with suitable ingredients for the skin, etc. Diet, adequate sleep and health condition are highly involved in keeping the skin healthy.

There are certain foods that can naturally make your skin glow. These are –

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Tomatoes: Tomatoes contain a lot of anti-oxidants and vitamin C, which increases the immunity of the body and also solves various skin problems. Tomatoes can also become one of the ingredients in skin care. To maintain the moisture of the skin, tomatoes should not only be rubbed, but also eaten. Tomatoes can also be eaten in salads.

Ghee: Ghee must be included in the diet to increase skin elasticity. Ghee is very beneficial in retaining the moisture of the skin and increasing its elasticity. In this case, if you do not use much ghee in cooking, you can mix ghee in milk and eat it.

Cucumber: Cucumber contains more than 95 percent water. So to keep the moisture of the skin, you must eat cucumber every day. Cucumbers contain many bioactive compounds, including cucurbitacin, vitexin, orientin, and apigenin that help keep the skin hydrated.

Pineapple: The demand for pineapple in monsoon is not only for consumption. This fruit combination is also great for soothing tired skin. Many cosmetic companies use pineapple in their various cosmetics using the alpha hydroxy acids or AHAs found in pineapple. But not only by rubbing, but by eating pineapple regularly, skin moisture can be retained.

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