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Grapefruit is rich in sun-protective antioxidants and has a high water content, which keeps skin hydrated.

For Glowing Skin . . .

Green Juice
Go green for glowing skin! Green juices/smoothies pack a healthy punch you’ll feel from the inside out!

Celebrity esthetician Joanna Vargas works with celebrities such as Rachel Weisz, suggests eating vegetables of different colors for every meal, and adding a green juice to your daily routine.  A great rule of thumb is, the darker or brighter the color of the vegetable, the more vitamins it packs.  Vargas also adds that adding an avocado half to your green juice is a great way to amp up your body’s phytonutrients and healthy fats.

Tip:  If you aren’t a fan of green veggies and/or salads, take a trip to Whole Foods and purchase liquid chlorophyll!

To Reduce Sun Damage . . .

Tomatoes Skincare Truth and Beauty Spa

Tomatoes are high in the antioxidant lycopene, which helps fight free radicals!  Free radicals break down collagen over time, causing your skin to wrinkle.  When shopping, keep in mind that the redder the tomato, the more lycopene it has.

Boost Your Collagen with . . .

Bell Peppers Truth and Beauty Spa

Fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C boost collagen!  It’s time to stock up on bright bell peppers, strawberries, citrus fruits, kale and broccoli.  Orange produce such as sweet potatoes and carrots are also amazing collagen boosters, because they’re loaded with vitamin A, which restores damaged collagen.

Strengthen Skin with . . .

Walnuts Truth and Beauty Spa

Sardines, chia seeds, flaxseed and walnuts are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which strengthen your skin!  Omega-3 fatty acids help combat inflammation and help control how the body responds to UV rays, which can lessen damage.

Check Out Buzzfeed’s 31 Healthy And Delicious Ways To Cook With Chia Seeds