The Best Foods for Shiny Hair and a Clear Complexion (1/5)

Beauty starts with what you put in your body. Eat these foods for shiny hair, a clear complexion and strong nails

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Healthy Hair, Complexion and Nails

When it comes to skincare products, we know that what goes into our favourite creams and serums matters. Antioxidant-rich and vitamin C-infused formulations mean brighter skin, as well as fewer lines and dry patches. But the key to a vibrant complexion may also lie in what you put in your body, say nutrition experts. “The health of our skin, hair and nails is closely linked to our diet: Antioxidants in foods, as well as vitamins, minerals, fluids and fats, affect the texture, appearance and health of all these things,” says registered dietitian Abby Langer.

Get a gorgeous complexion by adding a few more skin superfoods at mealtimes. Follow our expert-approved eating tips for healthy, radiant skin from head to toe.

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