March 23rd, 2018
Let’s face it: Compared to the wide ranging benefits that they have, nuts are the most underrated. Packed with proteins, fibre, copper, zinc, Vitamins, and more. The role of nuts in promoting healthy skin is never ending. Looking for natural ways to get fresh looking skin? Here are 5 kinds of nuts that can help you achieve it effortlessly!
These are inflammation fighters. Packed with Omega 3 fats and Vitamin B, walnuts boost your mood, reduce wrinkles and lines from your skin and greatly reduce stress!
How to use it: You can either eat them on a regular basis or grind and mix them in your face pack. They work their magic both ways!
Chestnuts are the only nuts that contain Vitamin C. Want that clear complexion? This is your go-to solution. They aid the production of collagen and elastin in the body which makes your skin strong and clear!
How to use it: Grind the chestnuts and, mix it with some water and use it as a face pack.
There’s a reason why the nutrition world is going gaga over almonds. They are punched with Vitamin E which dilates the blood vessels in your skin so that your skin is hydrated and free from acne, psoriasis and eczema!
How to use it: You can either eat almonds on a regular basis, or get the purest almond oil that you can get your hands on and apply it on your skin regularly.
The presence of high amounts of zinc in cashews makes it perfect for boosting skin immunity and in the promotion of cell growth. So, if you’re suffering from infected or damaged skin, there isn’t a better option than using cashews for skincare, to jumpstart the healing process.
How to use it: Grind it until you get a pasty texture, mix it with water and apply it on your skin. Make sure you wash it off after a few minutes!
These are the world’s finest nuts, rich in Vitamin B2. They prevent premature ageing of the skin and promote the formation of collagen which results in glowing skin. Win-win.
How to use it: Since these need to be imported, the best way to use these nuts is to buy a body butter or moisturiser, which has macadamias in it.