Antioxidants help safeguard your skin cells against damaging free radicals caused by sun exposure, pollution, and other environmental factors.
The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon, tuna, walnuts, flax seeds, and chia seeds are particularly beneficial.
One of the simplest yet most vital things you can do for healthy skin is to stay hydrated.
When you don’t drink enough water, your skin is one of the first places that shows signs of dehydration.
Vitamin A and its derivative retinoids are renowned for their anti-aging properties.
Vitamin A helps spur production of new skin cells and may also reduce the appearance of lines when applied topically as a retinoid cream or serum.