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The Adventuress Skin Care Collection is how we guard against the elements, the extremes and the everyday environmental stresses that we all face. For every level of thrill-seeker, for even the most sensitive and allergy-prone skin types, these vital products combine some of the world’s most healing ingredients scientifically proven to protect, nourish, boost and restore your beautiful outer shield.
Below are just a few of the key features that make the Adventuress Skin Care Collection the ultimate product under the sun:
Top Foods for Healthy Skin
Most experts agree that eating a balanced diet is the best way to ensure your share of good food for healthy skin. Still, a number of specific foods are likely to give a boost to your complexion. Per the experts who consulted with WebMD found the following list to be most important:
Low-fat dairy products – One of the most important components of healthy skin is vitamin A and one of the best places to get it is low-fat dairy products.
Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and plums – The common link between these four super fruits is their high antioxidant content. These antioxidants help protect the membrane of skin cells from damaging “free radicals” like that which is formed from sun exposure and can cause premature aging.
Salmon, walnuts, canola oil and flax seed – These foods all deliver essential fatty acids which are responsible for healthy cell membranes that nutrients in and out of the skin, removes waste products and strengthens the skin barrier by holding water for plumper, healthyier looking skin.
Healthy oils – Eating oils such as expeller pressed, cold pressed or extra virgin olive oil helps keep skin lubricated and looking heathier overall.
Whole-grain products, turkey, tuna and brazil nuts – These foods feature the mineral selenium, which experts believe plays a key role in the overall health of the skin cells by reducing oxideative damage that increases the risk of cancer.
Green tea – Loaded with anti-inflammatory properties that protect skin cell membranes and may help prevent or reduce the risk of skin cancer. Whether taken orally or applied to the skin, green tea has been shown to reduce the risk of damage from ultraviolet light, the burning rays of the sun (study published in the Archives of Dermatology).
Water – Everyone agrees that staying well hydrated by drinking good, clean water keeps skin cells healthy and looking younger as it helps move toxins out and vital nutrients in.