Tomatoes star among the fruits and veggies
Tomatoes not only can it fight cancer, reduce the risk of asthma and chronic lung disease, it also enhance the ability to reduce acne and rashes as well as restoring the glow on dull skin. Having large pores?? Tomatoes cure large pores as well with just a few steps to follow.

Tomatoes contain lycopene which is a powerful substance to fight against cancer. They’re rich in vitamin C as well, building strong immune system and antioxidant quercetin that could reduce the risk of asthma and chronic lung diseases. Despite from all the health benefit, it is an excellence substance for keeping your healthy skin.

Lycopene is an antioxidant that works as a sunscreen from within. With antioxidant, it makes tomato an anti-aging product as they help to fight damage cellular and reddening of skin. Consume tomato per day reduce the amount of free radicals in the body and helps to retain moisture.

Having Large pores??? Reduce it, shrink it, diminished it

What is needed is a tea spoon of tomato juice and 2 to 4 drops of lime juice. Use a cotton ball in order to apply the mixture on the face. Massage it circular motion and leave it for 15 minutes. Lastly, wash it with cold water. A daily practice will reduce, shrink and diminish large pores.

Having acne problems??

What is needed is half of the tomato, apply the inside on to the face and allow your face to absorb the substance in the tomato. For more serious condition, mashed the tomato and apply the pulps on to the face.

Fish a good source of protein and contains many vitamins and minerals

Do your body good by eating them once a week  but if you have no time for fish, you can always consume fish oil. Oily fish is high in omega-3 fats that helps prevent heart disease as well as relieving depression, joint problems, Alzheimer’s disease and perhaps some cancers.

Research shows that omega-3 fatty acids can hydrate the skin, lessen the appearance of deep wrinkles and give your skin elasticity. There are two major types of essential fats found in fishes DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid). Many researches had identify that EPA plays a major role in skin care. EPA is able to protect the skin of sun exposure, it blocks away the release of enzymes produce by the UV. EPA also helps to reduce inflammation by significantly diminishing the production and effectiveness of various prostaglandis, a hormones -like chemical that highlights inflammation.

The power of beauty sleep does really help to keep our skin young.
Finally there is a conclusive finding, that power of sleep truly helps keeping our skin younger.

Reflection from the mirror after a bad night’s sleep, showing little lines on your face after insomnia, dehydration, irregularity in tone and the lack of spring in your skin is no longer a figment of tired imagination, it is sign of aging from the lack of sleep. Research provided by the scientists at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio: “lack of sleep can accelerate signs of skin ageing”. Commissioned by Estée Lauder

The study looked at two groups of 30 women,  a comparison between good sleepers and those who were not. Every single one of them was evaluated four times during the course of a week, and the results were prominent. Scientists conclusively found that bad sleepers were twice as likely to suffer from all of the above than good sleepers. It is being demonstrated and concluded that inadequate sleep relate mutually with your skin health and accelerates skin ageing. Women show signs of premature skin ageing and a decrease in their skin’s ability to recover after sun exposure caused by lack of sleep