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Foods That Help Keep Your Skin Young

Mar 24, 2023
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While everyone wants to have healthy, young skin, it’s important to make sure you are taking the right steps to doing so. There are good foods to help keep your skin young...

However, it’s important to consult with a doctor before making any changes to your diet. Here are some foods you can eat with properties and compounds to keep your skin healthy.


Fatty Fishes


Salmon, herring, and mackerel are all great examples of fatty fish that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which can do wonders for keeping your skin healthy. These compounds keep skin thick, moisturized, and reduce potential inflammation. A lack of omega-3 fatty acids can actually cause your skin to dry and potential skin conditions to develop.




If you have ever heard of avocados having what are considered “healthy fats,” it’s true and there are many benefits. These healthy fats help to keep the skin flexible, moisturized, and healthy. Also, avocados can be a great source for vitamin E and vitamin C.


Sweet Potatoes


An excellent source of beta-carotene, sweet potatoes are a great addition to a diet for anyone looking to keep their skin healthy. Beta-carotenes can be converted by the body into vitamin A. It can act as a natural sunblock to help keep your skin from being damaged.


Green Tea


There are compounds found in green tea that can help protect your skin from potential damage and signs of aging. The compounds are called catechins and they work in numerous ways to help protect the skin. Over one 12-week study including 60 women, it showed that consumption of green tea helped reduce the redness caused by sun exposure by 25%.


Taking Your Results to the Next Level


Although the right food choices can reverse and fight the signs of aging, making changes to your diet can only do so much for your skin. You can turn to the team at Kessel Dermatology when you want to take your results to the next level, and our professionals will match you with a treatment option that will fit your needs. If you have questions or want to learn more, contact us right away at 609-890-2600, or book an appointment online today!