Summer is slowly arriving and you’ve probably looked in the mirror several times to see if your summer body is here yet. The answer is probably no… but who cares because those bikinis are not made to impress other people and so what your swim trunks might make your bear belly look bigger? Summer is about fun and this post has nothing to do with a summer body actually! This post will give you a five foods that help keep skin clear and smooth like the bottom of a smooth baby butt( because some babies have rough butts)
- Water– Of course you need to stay hydrated. Instead of always grabbing for a cold soda… grab a nice cold water. Water helps keep your body and skin very hydrated especially during the heat.
- Avocado– Many people hate the taste of avocados because they are bland or the texture, but they are honestly not that bad. Don’t just go for the traditional avocado face mask (which are also good), but try avocados in your recipes.
- Berries (Cherries and Blueberries)– Most dark colored berries such as blueberries are filled with antioxidants which are great for fighting acne. I personally hate blueberries, but maybe putting those squishy things into a smoothie wouldn’t be so bad. Other berries has fiber in them with help regulate blood sugar and keep your face blemish free.
- Tomatoes– I read that tomatoes are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, so that means they also help fight acne producing hormones. Most people say you should have tomatoes at least three to five days a week, but if you don’t like the taste of tomatoes… ketchup works too!
- Almonds– Just like blueberries and tomatoes, almonds have antioxidants and fibers. They also have vitamin E so they combine to help detoxify your body and help fight acne. Not only do almonds help clear your face but they have calcium and magnesium to help stress and your bones.
- Pumpkin– Pumpkins have a very spicy kick to them. They can kick the bad stuff right out of your face. Pumpkins contain vitamins C,E,A and strong enzymes that help wrinkles and cleanse your skin. Most of the antioxidants come from the pumpkin skin which might taste gross but you can eat the seeds or have a nice slice of pumpkin pie!