An apple a day is said to keep the doctor away. In fact, apples not only protect you from various diseases such as cancer,
but also keep the wrinkles away. Apples contain a substance called quercetin which provides hefty protection from
the “burning” UVB rays that trigger skin cancer. Therefore, it is strongly recommended
that you should eat 2-3 organic apples a day to have better skin.
Cocoa made with dark chocolate
Women in one study positively glowed after drinking 1⁄2 cup of cocoa thanks to a significant increase in circulation that lasted 2 hours.
As shown by the study result, women who drank 1⁄2 cup of cocoa high in flavonoids (as is dark chocolate)
every day for 12 weeks had significantly softer, smoother, and better hydrated skin.
Sunflower oil has the good taste; besides, it’s rich in linoleic acid which can work wonders for your skin. Linoleic acid helps your skin hold onto water (by helping your skin produce ceramides). This oil type is great to eat or use topically for those with dry skin.