Healthy Diet

Get to know your skin. There could be food triggers which cause flare-ups and breakouts so keeping a food diary can help with future prevention. Additionally, dietary elements which will help provide nutrition to promote healthy skin include:

  • Water, water, water!   It's crucial to maintain hydration and flush out toxins, therefore keeping your skin looking healthy.  Try to drink at least eight 8 oz glasses of water a day

"I know it is constantly said but the benefits of drinking lots of water really do help your skin keep hydrated and clear. If, like me, the thought of drinking cold water in the winter is unappealing try drinking warm water with a slice of lemon or peppermint tea. It has the comfort of a warm drink on a cold day but is much better for your skin than coffee."

Susie Munachen, Make-Up Artist 

  • Organic Green Tea.  Rich in natural anti-inflammatory antioxidants which controvert free radicals
  • Low fat yogurt is full of Vitamin A, an essential vitamin for your skin
  • Almonds are high in Vitamin E and can help your skin retain moisture
  • Olive oil and Sesame oil contain essential fatty acids which help to nourish your skin
  • Blueberries, raspberries, cranberries galore!  Each are rich in phytochemicals which contain antioxidants and are known for their anti-inflammatory properties
  • Salmon and walnuts are great providers of the essential fatty acids Omega 3 and 6- important for your body's general health