5 Foods for Glowing Skin - Medicircle

Our skin is the largest organ of the body. It gains its shine and health from what we eat. By eating these 5 foods, you will see a natural edge in your skin's complexion.

You are what you eat. Our skin is the largest organ of the body. It gains its shine and health from what we eat. By eating these 5 foods, you will see a natural edge in your skin's complexion. 


Tomatoes are known to provide a lovely pink touch to your skin. It is also known to fight early signs of ageing like wrinkles and fine lines. Tomatoes are anti-inflammatory and help repair cellular damage. Above all else, it can help protect you from sun damage.


Honey has been a part of our culture for the last 4000 years. It is the only food item that doesn’t get spoiled. By eating or applying honey one can get a natural glow to their skin. Honey also acts as a complexion cleaner by removing dark spots and blemishes. Due to its antibacterial properties, it can help get rid of pimples. 

Green Tea

Green tea is a good option to detox your skin both from within and outside. Applying green tea on your face can help unclog pores and remove dirt. It can be applied as a toner and as a face mask. It is full of vitamin B2 and vitamin E which is essential for getting good skin health. 

Dark Chocolate

Here’s the good news for all chocolate lovers out there. Eating dark chocolate can actually benefit your skin. It is believed it prevents premature ageing of the skin. It can improve skin texture by 1/4. It can also promote the growth of new cells and reduce the chance of skin cancer. The Flavanols present in dark chocolate can make your skin look younger. 


We have heard countless times that water helps clear the skin. And guess what it actually does! A sufficient quantity of water can help drain the toxins out. It can also help maintain the elasticity of the skin. Hydration will make sure your skin looks healthy and radiant. 

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