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Thanksgiving Ingredients that Help your Skin Stay Flawless
Thanksgiving Ingredients that Help your Skin Stay Flawless
Thanksgiving Ingredients that Help your Skin Stay Flawless

The holidays are almost upon us! While you may be dreading what the Thanksgiving Day carbo-load will do to your figure, you can take comfort in the fact that certain foods and ingredients used in those delicious dishes are actually good for your skin. So, do you want to impress your friends and family with a silky, blemish-free complexion this Thanksgiving? Then try eating more of these flavorful autumn foods that promote flawless skin.

Carrots

Sweet and crunchy carrots are packed with beta-carotene, an antioxidant that prevents signs of aging caused by UV radiation and free radicals. The antioxidants in carrots treat skin conditions like pimples and acne, rashes, and dermatitis. Carrots also contain collagen-producing Vitamin C, which your skin needs if you want it to maintain its elasticity and stay smooth. Raw carrots are best since they don't lose any nutrients in the cooking process, but adding them to your favorite recipes can help, too.

Sage

Sage is rich in Vitamin A, calcium, and antioxidants, which have a tremendous impact on daily cell regeneration. These nutrients erase the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines and other signs of aging, all of which helps your skin stay younger looking. Sage is a tasty addition to roasts, stews, and stuffing.

Apple

An apple a day will not only keep the doctor away. It will also keep your skin fresh! This fall favorite is essential to your body's nutrient retention, and we all know that beauty isn't only skin-deep--your skin's health depends on healthy muscles and bones. Apples also have the skin-boosting potassium that your body craves. Even things produced from apples contain nutrients that promote a healthy complexion. Apple cider vinegar, for instance, has properties that can help your pores stay unclogged, preventing acne and blemishes. 

Cranberry

Cranberries are a Thanksgiving staple. They contain ellagic acid which directly prevents wrinkles caused by UV rays while blocking the formation of enzymes that break down elastic tissue. The vitamin C in cranberries also supports soft, healthy skin. Use a face mask made from rich cranberries to leave your skin looking bright and fresh.

Rosemary

Rosemary is not just for roasted potatoes. It also produces one of the most popular essential oils to support sexy looking skin. The oil has antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities that assist in eliminating eczema, dermatitis, oily skin, and acne. Applying it to affected areas will replenish dry skin, allowing it to regain its natural glow.

Cinnamon

What would Thanksgiving be without cinnamon? Aside from being delicious, this spice has many beneficial qualities to keep your skin looking and feeling healthy. It vastly improves circulation, bringing oxygen and blood to the skin and leaving your complexion fuller and blemish-free. As if it didn't already have enough to offer, cinnamon can act as a natural lip enhancer, too. Move over Angelina!

Pumpkin

Pumpkin contains essential fatty acids that can keep your skin hydrated and radiant. It is also a good source of the minerals potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, magnesium, and iron, which promote skin health. Many home peels incorporate pumpkin for its excellent exfoliating ability, too.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is delicious on top your latte, but did you know that it's packed full of antioxidants? It's a natural ingredient used in many lotions, scrubs, and creams.

Now that you know how good these foods are for your skin, how will you use them? Share with us your recipes and beauty tips! Got any comments or questions about our products? Contact Ambi at prettybiznez.com or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. And remember, it's easy to stay pretty.