Maintain your oily skin by including these foods in your diet

Most people with oily skin pay more attention to what they apply on their skin, but it's not enough.

Here are the best foods that are healthy for oily skin [Pulse Nigeria]

Have you thought about the fact you still have so much oil on your skin after following your skincare routine religiously? This is because you only focus on the outward treatment only when you should also be taking note of what you take into your body.

It's no news that what you eat has a lot to do with your outward appearance. This is why you must pay attention to the foods you take. If you have oily skin, some foods should be on your diet list. This article will show the list of foods you should be on your order list.

Below is a list of foods that are healthy for oily skin.

This food contains omega-3-fatty acids that regulate the oil produced by the skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties help to improve the skin's texture. Ensure you don't overconsume this food. One handful per day is perfect.

It contains 96% of water, which automatically keeps the skin hydrated when consumed. Cucumber contains anti-oxidant contents and anti-inflammatory properties that help to prevent acne. It's cooling effect also hydrates the skin.

Lemon juice is effective in the elimination of toxins from the body, which makes the skin clear and soft. With the presence of vitamin C, the skin gets rejuvenated and slows down aging. Regular intake controls oil production and cures other skin infections.

The presence of vitamin D and potassium makes banana acts as a detoxifier. Consuming at least one banana each day can help prevent dirt from penetrating your skin and enhance great skin health.

Green vegetables like spinach, broccoli helps to clear the skin and regulate oil production since they do not contain any oil. Broccoli contains vitamin C that helps to regulate oil production and cure acne. It's nutrients also prevent blocked pores which allow your skin to breathe.

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