We all want to look beautiful and young always and why not!

To achieve younger-looking skin, we invest in expensive and branded products.

But, does this really help?

After trying all these branded and expensive products, do you still end up looking older than your age?

You have to agree with me that these dumb products don’t work for all the same.

But then, how can we achieve the younger-looking, glowing skin?

Don’t stress up and deteriorate your skin more!

I’ve decoded the formula to achieve younger-looking, glowing skin for you.

All you need to do is – Spread the word.

Here I’m with the foods that you need to immediately add to your diet to achieve your dream skin.

So, let’s begin…

First and foremost is water.

Dermatologist recommends, “Drinking eight glasses of water per day will hydrate your skin and flush out the toxins that makes your skin look dull and wrinkly”.

For more information, take a look at: https://heartmdinstitute.com/health-and-wellness/water-important-anti-aging/


Research states, “A cup of blueberries provides 24 percent of the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C”. Abundance of vitamin C helps in building collagen which prevents wrinkles, age spots and acne. It also prevents the skin from the damage caused by sun exposure and pollution. Anthocyanin in blueberries is responsible for preventing oxidative DNA damage.


Strawberries are rich source of vitamin C and powerful antioxidant that has the ability to quench free radicals. In a British study of 4,025 women ages 40 to 74, researchers found that those with higher intakes of vitamin C had fewer signs of aging.


Lycopene found in tomatoes is known to protect skin from sun damage. It also strengthens the skin by inhibiting the activity of collagenases. It helps ensure the firmness and elasticity of your skin and prevents wrinkling.


Avocados are a well-known source of healthy fats. Not just healthy fats, but also chlorophyll to reduce inflammation, water to hydrate, vitamin E to promote softness and prevent wrinkles.

Fatty fish

Fish like salmon, oysters, tuna, mackerel, herring, sardines are rich source of omega-3 fatty acids which are essential for younger-looking, healthy and glowing skin. It supple and moisturizes the skin and also reduces inflammation. It also contains zinc which helps to get rid of acne and irritation.


Nuts like walnuts, cashew and almonds are also rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. It improve the texture of the skin and repairs it. It also plays a key role in protecting the skin from UV rays. Even figs helps to slow down the aging process.


Vegetables like broccoli, spinach, bell peppers, carrots, beans, sprouts are all essential to add in your diet. They are full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. They all contribute equally to make your skin youthful and healthy.

Dark chocolate

Did you ever imagine that eating dark chocolate will make your skin youthful and beautiful? Yes, that’s true. Cocoa in dark chocolate contains higher concentration of antioxidant flavanols. Eating dark chocolate can increase circulation in the skin and improve its ability to retain moisture, which will help reduce wrinkles.

You will be stunned to know that Red wine is an anti-aging weapon.

“A glass of red wine a day for women and two glasses of red wine a day for men will work as the greatest weapon for anti-aging” - Richard Baxter, MD, a plastic surgeon in Seattle

Drinking red wine will help you to get a healthy glow on your skin.

For more information, take a look at: https://www.webmd.com/beauty/features/drinking-wine-antiaging

That’s like a cherry on the cake, isn’t it?

Women should begin being proactive about anti-aging in their 20s - Dermatologist Dennis Gross

As early as age 25, our skin starts aging. In this case, whatever we eat reflects on our skin. Though you can’t reverse the effects of skin aging, yet you can slow down the process.

Therefore, ditch the junk!