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7 Foods to Enhance the Bride’s Skin for the Wedding

7 Foods to Enhance the Bride’s Skin for the Wedding

Hey, bride-to-be!! Are you struggling with dull unattractive skin? Is your day approaching fast while you are biting your nails faster? Well, fret not. Here is a small no-fuss, no-nonsense food guide that you can adopt, and the plus is that it’s easy-breezy to follow. Nothing like the fancy diet fads that sap you of your energy just getting them on the table. So get ready for some wonder foods that will ensure you get that bespoke bridal glow in time for your wedding.

1. Green tea

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Rich in antioxidants green tea ensures the flushing of free radicals from your body. This helps in regeneration of cells bringing out younger-looking skin. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, the acne scars will heal better and further breakouts are evaded. The texture of the skin will improve soon.  There is a huge bonus too. Green tea speeds up metabolism helping in weight loss. Have first thing in the morning with a dash of lemon and honey for added benefits.

2. Nuts

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Rich in fibre, healthy fats, and calcium, nuts can boost collagen naturally. They are also loaded with lots of vitamins that can keep the skin looking younger. Only make sure u do not eat too many of them as it can make you gain unwanted weight.

3. Amla juice

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Amla aka The Indian Gooseberry is the highest source of vitamin C. Enhancing collagen production. When you consume amla juice regularly you will end up with brighter, even-toned skin. And the pesky dark circles will vanish. Drink a glass every morning.

4. Papaya

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A popular ingredient in most cosmetic products papaya contains papain, an enzyme responsible for controlling pigmentation and ensuring no more acne. It also treats dry skin giving you suppleness. Consume papaya directly or apply a pack of mashed papaya on your face and neck. It will hydrate your skin and make it look refreshed.

5. Dark chocolate

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Yes, we said dark chocolate. It’s full of anti-oxidants and flavonoids both known to reduce stress hormones and slow down collagen breakdown. You have heard of the chocolate facial right, it diminishes the fine lines. So indulge in a piece every day, just remember, balance is the keyword.

6. Seeds

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Superfood for the skin, eating seeds have more benefits than one can imagine. They contain selenium, Vitamin E, Omega 3, Magnesium, Proteins high fibre and many more components essential for wrinkle-free, acne-free skin, depending on which seed you are consuming. All have their individual treasure chest of nutrient. Mix a handful of sunflower seeds, flaxseed, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds and store in a jar. Sprinkle on your salads, add to smoothies or just drop some cranberries into the jar and munch as a snack. 

7. Yoghurt

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Known as the anti-ageing food, yoghurt is by far the oldest secret for gorgeously healthy skin. It combats sun damage and dark circles. Moisturizes the skin and give a clear complexion. Has healthy bacteria to keep your gut calm. Have a medium serving at lunch. And if you add a handful of berries to it then you’re your yoghurt is loaded with goodness.

Eat these super healthy foods. Your skin will glow radiance and you can sport the less is more look on your wedding day.

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