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We all know that milk is good for our health and bone formation. But it has been used as a beauty aid for centuries. Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra attributed her smooth skin and beauty to a secret ...

Domain: Dairy products; Category: Milk

Bananas are exceptionally healthy as they provide numerous health benefits. It is a versatile fruit that contains many nutrients including vitamins A, B, C and E along with minerals like potassium, ...

Domain: Fruits & vegetables; Category: Fruits

Protects Skin From Sun Damage – This is in reference to green tea being used topically, and in conjunction with sunscreen. The antioxidants it contains can work from the outside in, not just the ...

Domain: Beverages; Category: Tea

Honey can do wonders for your skin. That's the reason why you will find it in many skin-care products today. Honey acts as a great anti-aging agent and moisturizer. It is rich in natural antioxidants ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: Functional food

Apart from consumption, wild oats have an important role to play in skincare. Cooked oatmeal is a great natural remedy for treating acne.Oats are effective in fighting dull, flaky dryness as they ...

Domain: Agriculture; Category: Non-food agricultural produce

Adequate nutrition is a pre requisite for healthy skin. As stated earlier, sunflower seeds are rich in vitamin E which protects your skin from oxidative (cell) damage and supports healthy skin ...

Domain: Snack foods; Category: Nuts & seeds

"Walnuts offer up healthy Omega-3 fats that strengthen the membranes of your skin cells, locking in moisture and nutrients that keep it plump and glowing and keeping out toxins that can damage ...

Domain: Snack foods; Category: Nuts & seeds

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