Healthy fats in avocados keep your skin moisturized and flexible. Vitamins E and C in these healthy fruits protect your skin from oxidative damage, usually caused by the environment.


The phytochemical called lycopene found in tomatoes helps boost collagen strength and eliminates skin-aging free radicals by fighting off the oxidative effects of UV rays.


High in essential nutrients and fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6, walnuts help reduce inflammation in the body, making your skin function properly and stay healthy and glowing.

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes contain a plant nutrient called beta carotene. Beta carotene acts as a natural sunblock and protects your skin cells from sun exposure, thereby preventing wrinkled skin.

Dark chocolate

The antioxidants in dark chocolate called flavanols offer sun protection, improve wrinkles, stimulate blood flow, offer hydration, and reduce skin roughness.