While Epiology works on the outside to control acne bacteria and reduce skin redness, leaving your skin nourished and clear, there are some key foods you can add to your diet that will help your skin from the inside:
Not only are berries a healthy sweet mouthful, they are packed with antioxidants that can protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun. Strawberries can even spur collagen production, to make your skin smooth and supple. If you can’t get your hands on any fresh berries, try them frozen.
As well as being great on your toast, avocados are high in the healthy fats associated with supple, springy skin.
Asparagus promotes healthy skin, as it contains vitamin A. This vitamin is a powerful antioxidant, and just 6 spears of asparagus contains 25% of your recommended daily intake.
Like Epiology, green tea contains antioxidants that protect your skin against free radicals that can damage your skin. Not everyone is a fan of green tea though. If you’re not, best to stick with Epiology to fight those free radicals.
Foods with Vitamin C – Citrus, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Capsicums, Carrots, Feijoas
While vitamin C helps support the immune system, it can also help you produce collagen that strengthens the capillaries that supply the skin.
It’s not a food per se, but water is important to keep your skin looking great. It keeps your skin cells plump and hydrated, and also helps flush out impurities and toxins, helping you stay breakout-free.
And of course, Epiology’s active ingredient IDP® comes from a food – milk! IDP® stands for Immune Defence Proteins, which are natural defence proteins isolated from fresh, pasteurised milk. IDP® is a powerful defensive shield against infection, penetrating deep into the pores of stubborn spots to control acne bacteria and reduce redness and irritation, leaving skin nourished and clear. So stock up on these foods and Epiology and your skin should be looking happy and healthy in no time!