For many, while looking for the next best vegan restaurant and searching for the perfect cold pressed juice might be a result of following a trend, one that is here to stay are the many benefits of fruits, vegetables, and other types of produce.
When it comes to superfoods, their nutritional impact is no match for the boost they give to skincare.
This is why the cosmetic industry has long since borrowed from the power of nature – an answer to the chemically-processed ingredients that have taken over the cosmetic market today.
Read below to see which foods give our products a special boost.
Not only is this green superfood delicious on toast, avocados are a nutrient-dense food that packs in nearly 20 different vitamins and minerals, in addition to being rich in healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, making it great for the body.
While eating avocados can do wonders for your complexion, avocado oil is also a great physical moisturizer for dry skin as it delivers its powerful omega-3 fatty acids to the complexion for hydrated, healthy skin.
Coconuts have a lot to provide. Their natural liquids are a tasty way to quench thirst, while their meat helps restore skin damage and contains a rich amount of healthy fats, proteins, and other vitamins and minerals.
When compressed, the oil produced is naturally antibacterial and antifungal, making it a great conditioner for the face to balance out oiliness and fight irritation.
Also perfect for the upcoming drier months, coconut oil makes a great for the body as it also penetrates the skin and hair better than other oils.
Macadamia nuts greatly treat and prevent the aging of the skin through its deeply moisturizing and nourishing properties.
Also naturally rich in fatty acids, the building blocks of healthy cell membranes, macadamia nuts provide the skin with a stronger protective barrier.
Most popularly known as the feature ingredient in many smoothie bowls, acai berries pack a punch in not only flavor, but also antioxidants.
Their powerful antioxidant properties maintain youthful skin by increasing skin elasticity, while vitamins A, B, C, and E revives skin, heals damaged cells, and restores moisture with the help of omega-3 fatty acids.
So the next time you go grocery and skincare shopping, always look at the ingredient list.