Creating a glowing skin should be fun. We share tips from these A-list celebrities to help you create the best looking healthy skin.
Here’s a look at some of the things they eat and drink to ensure good skin health.
Kourtney Kardashian has become somewhat of a ‘health enthusiast’ over the years.
Not only has the reality star removed gluten from her diet but she also cut down on dairy products.
“I kept hearing that [giving up dairy] is great for your skin.
And this new doctor who my kids and I have been seeing just said we all have allergies to it…
So many people keep saying you’re not really supposed to have dairy after you’re a year old.
We do have it once in a while, but in the last six weeks, we’ve had it like, twice,” she told POPSUGAR in a 2016 interview.
Kourtney shared her morning routine on Instagram recently and revealed that she likes to start her day with a collagen powder drink to help keep her skin looking younger.
“It has hyaluronic acid so it’s really good for your skin.
And of course, it has collagen, which is great for skin, hair, nails – so many benefits.
I drink this every morning. It also has protein, so it keeps me full until after my workout,” she said.
Bonang Matheba’s secret of healthy looking skin is to drink lots of water.
The TV media personality shared some of her beauty tips with True Love magazine in 2016.
“Before you even put on make-up, you need to make sure that your skin is healthy, so drink lots of water to keep it hydrated.
Always wear sunscreen, even in winter. You might think that the sun is not shining too brightly but it can be quite damaging,” she said.
Victoria Beckham is aging gracefully thanks to eating salmon!
The 45-year-old eats it every day for gorgeous skin.
“I see a dermatologist in LA, called Dr. Harold Lancer, who is incredible.
I’ve known him for years – he sorted my skin out.
He said to me, ‘You have to eat salmon every single day.’ I said, ‘Really, every day?’
And he said, ‘Yes, breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day,’” she told SELF in 2016.