Superfoods for Super Skin

The deal on Super-foods:

Superfoods are all the rage. But what makes a food super? Well, it’s more than the delicious taste. Filled with vitamins and minerals, these nutrient-rich items offer a variety of benefits to your physical and mental well-being. With this said, superfoods are great additions to your beauty regime.

As we all know, “you are what you eat,” so it is important to eat wellAt NDC Beauty, we believe this quote also applies to what you feed your skin. The face is a delicate and precious part of the body. In fact, it's your largest organ! So feed your skin the nutrients it deserves!

 

The deal on Skin-foods:

NDC Beauty Superfood Face Masks all emphasize the beautifying power of nutrient dense superfoods for your skin. Here are some of our favorites: 

Avocado: Get your omega-9 here!

Cacao: Dessert for your face - topped with antioxidants!

Charcoal: Detoxify while your beautify!

Acai Berry: The famous antioxidant-rich treat for your face!

Beetroot (Beet): High levels of folate (Vitamin b9) for younger looking skin!

Turmeric: De-flame with this anti-inflammatory powerhouse!

Matcha: Fights aging with antioxidants!

Blue Spirulina: Tocopherol (Vitamin E) is a girl’s best friend!

 

Now, let's take a deeper look... here are some of the superpowers of these ingredients:

Antioxidants: Limits production of free radicals which can damage skin cells. Reduces signs of aging for a youthful glow.

Vitamin A: Assists in collagen production and slows signs of aging. Fights sun damage such as wrinkles and dry skin.

Tocopherol/Vitamin E: Speeds up regeneration of skin cells. Restores moisture and reduces damage from free radicals.

Vitamin C: De-puffs by decreasing inflammation. Promotes collagen productions and skin rejuvenation.

Folic Acid/Vitamin B: Regulate skin pigmentation. Gives skin a healthy glow. Flushes out toxins and increases blood flow.

Vitamin K: Supports reduced discoloration, redness, bruising and inflammation. Increases skin elasticity.

Fatty Acids: Omega-3s, omega-6s, and omega-9s help support the skin’s natural oil barrier for younger, healthier complexions.