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Using Nature to Enhance Beauty

Instead of buying chemical-laden cosmetics to look beautiful, try natural ones, or try to beautify yourself with these healthy foods.. Learn more at eVitamins, the largest online health UK superstore.
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Given the choice to use natural beauty products or those made with chemicals, most people would opt for the natural compounds. The problem is however that the chemical-based cosmetics are the standard for everyday use by most women because they think the natural alternatives are harder to find, more expensive and have a more limited selection in options. These assumptions may have been true a few years ago but the demand for natural, non animal tested cosmetics has created a cornucopia of natural beauty products for women to choose from.

Chemical-based products contain harmful substances that can lead to health problems, such as asthma and allergies. These also inflict harm on the environment due to pollutants and residues. A number of beauty products sold in the market contain tons and tons of chemicals that can accumulate in the body, and a large portion of these cosmetics must be tested on animals before they are determined safe for humans.

There’s no doubt that the easiest and most practical way to look beautiful is to resort to the natural means such as having a balanced diet, drinking eight to ten glasses of water every day, performing regular exercise and living a healthy lifestyle at large. Feeding the body with the right food enables your body to receive all the needed antioxidants and nutrients to stay healthy.

Here are some of the foods that will make you glow from the inside and make your appearance even more beautiful:

  1. Yogurt and cheese - These dairy products contain a high level of vitamin A and have the ability to make the skin healthier and glowing. Cheese and yogurt fight the bad bacteria in the digestive system. They also help prevent tooth stains and cavities.
  2. Citrus fruits - Naturally rich in vitamin C, citrus fruits help the body to manufacture collagen for the skin.
  3. Carrots - Rich in beta carotene and vitamin A, carrots also contain vitamin C which helps to flush all the toxins inside the body. Carrots also provide natural sunscreen.
  4. Green tea - The Chinese and Japanese people have incorporated this healthy drink in their daily meals. Green tea brings a lot of benefits for the skin. It has an anti-inflammatory substance that keeps the bacteria away from your body. Green tea also reduces the risk of incurring certain types of skin cancer.
  5. Salmon fish - This fish is laden with all the essential fatty acids needed by the skin to retain its moisture.
  6. Apple cider vinegar - Widely used for salads, people can consume this condiment in so many ways. Apple cider vinegar can also be used in preparing many dishes. This liquid has a good number of enzymes that possess healing properties. These also help to break down fat deposits and remove dead skin.

 

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