The ABCs Of Edible Skin Care


juicy red cranberriesAs the thermometer plunges the heating gets turned up, but along with cozy crackling fires comes cracked, dry & scaly skin.

Cold dry winter weather can be harsh on your skin but you can combat the chill by adding skin beautifying foods to the menu. Tuck into some in-season winter skin saving foods that will leave your skin fabulous not flaky

  • A An apple a day keeps your skin glowing. A crisp, delicious apple assists in fortifying collagen and elastin production which are crucial for your skin’s refreshed look.
  • B A vitamin C rich veggie like Brussels sprouts shields your skin from sun damage even through the snowy days. Chomping on the green delights can also help undo free radical destroyers. Just one more reason to learn to love those sprouts!
  • C Go crazy for cranberries. Cranberries contain phytochemicals which protect skin cells. The delicious red gems are bursting with antioxidants and full of vitamin C which can reverse breakouts and protect your outer layer. Get your cranberry fix far beyond the holidayssunny sleevez logo

About sunnysleevez

I'm a freckly red head, originally from London now living in LA with 2 pale children. Frankly with our coloring we have no business being such an outdoorsy family and living in southern California. I grew up in a time when factor 8 sun milk was considered the best protection available to combat the hot rays of a holiday in southern Spain, that lead to 3rd degree burns and the rest of the vacation spent in the shade of our apartment. As a family we love to be outside, going to the beach, camping, swimming & hiking. We can't completely avoid the sun (nor should we) but taking sensible measures to avoid unnecessary UV damage is a priority. How do we do that? By staying in the shade in the middle of the day, wearing sun protective clothing (that's why I created Sunny Sleevez), a broad brimmed hat, UV rated sunglasses, using chemical-free broad spectrum sun screen on exposed areas & eating a healthy diet with as few chemicals as possible & lots of antioxidants.
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6 Responses to The ABCs Of Edible Skin Care

  1. I love Brussels sprouts – can’t stand apples though, and cranbberies are awfully overpriced in Russia… Any substitutes for the two? ;)

  2. Love apples, Brussel sprouts …no . great post.

  3. Kenny says:

    Great post! I have to be honest, whenever I think of skin care, the only thing I think about is using sun screen, I’ve never thought to look at my diet. Great stuff!

  4. cestgigi says:

    If people feel they can’t eat all this every day, a juicer is a great addition. Love ours, and make carrot, spinach, and apple juice at least three times a week, maybe more.

  5. Oranges, kiwis and blueberries have great antioxidants and nutrients for your body!

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  6. zebveg says:

    I eat an apple a day… I knew it was good for me, but didn’t really know it was good for my skin too! yea!

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