A healthy diet really will help you achieve healthy skin. We believe that your skin can only be as healthy as your diet. As the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” and no words could be more accurate when it comes to the health of your skin. Your diet, and more importantly, your digestion, play a significant role in the health of what is our body’s largest organ, the skin.
Healthy Diet Helps
While this isn’t true on most occasions, although sometimes you may awake feeling like the souvlaki you scoffed in the cab ride home the night earlier, the truth is that your skin responds to everything that you eat and drink.
“Yikes!” you may be thinking, “I’ve got that party tonight, I just ate a Tim Tam and I don’t want dry skin.” It’s highly unlikely, unless you have skin allergies, that your body will digest and manifest the Tim Tam’s palm oil onto your face before the evening, but, over time, if you continue to eat them along with a diet laden in nasties your digestions will suffer, and so will your skin.
Healthy Diet Tips
At Botáni, we like a quote we read that said: “the skin is the mirror of your digestive tract.” Sounds technical, but it’s simply suggesting that enough sabotaging of your diet, put simply as weakening your digestive system, can lead to all kinds of skin conditions, including dry skin. Improper digestion can lead to acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and or any other breed of dermatitis. If you’re skin’s struggling with these right now, try our PhytoBody Wash and Olive Skin Serum for relief.
Particularly when you experience breakouts along your jawline, you’re most likely suffering from poor digestion. But you will most likely already be aware of experiencing bloating, abdominal pain, a burning sensation after eating or merely an upset stomach.
To ensure you the healthiest digestive system possible, and therefore, the healthy skin, to read about skin-friendly foods. Also investigate probiotics, healthy fats, the way you combine your foods groups and assess whether your diet is too refined or processed. Eating something in its rawest state, like an apple from a tree, is the kindest thing you can do for your skin.