4 Anti-Inflammatory Foods Dermatologists Swear By To Take 10 Years Off Your Face

October 15, 2019 by Jayla Andrulonis
shefinds | beauty

When signs of aging begin to appear on our face through pesky wrinkles, fine lines, and dark circles, we automatically slather on beauty products to reverse the damage. But even armed with the best anti-aging serums, moisturizers, and oils out there, your skin won’t look its best unless you pay attention to the foods you’re consuming. What we put into our bodies plays a crucial part in their outward appearance and overall well-being. This means that by simply incorporating nutrient-rich, anti-inflammatory foods into our daily diets, we have the power to turn back the clock to not only look but feel, our very best.

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Here are 4 of the best anti-inflammatory foods that you should eat for youthful and glowing skin:

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Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, making it the perfect lean meat option that’s packed full of anti-inflammatory properties. “When you consume a fatty fish, you bring omega-3 fatty acids to your body, which is a great way to boost a glowing complexion," dermatologist Dr. Sarah Jackson told Southern Living. "We recommend eating salmon or another source of omega-3 fatty acid at least three times a week."

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Packed with skin-healthy fiber, vitamins, and minerals, berries are an excellent source of anti-inflammatory nutrients to help boost skin’s appearance. What’s more, blueberries, in particular, are full of antioxidants known as anthocyanins, which work to reduce inflammation, boost immunity, and reduce your risk of heart disease, according to Healthline

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Leafy Greens 


If you’re looking to reverse the signs of aging and restore your healthy complexion, then dark leafy greens are a diet staple. Spinach, kale, and arugula are all inflammation-fighting veggies full of skin-healing vitamins and nutrients known to reduce chronic inflammation. Throw some in a blender with berries for a superfood smoothie, or pair with lean salmon for a filling salad, and you’ll be well on your way to rejuvenated skin. 





Last but certainly not least in our roundup of anti-inflammatory diet staples, is the often understood tomato. Whether you think it’s a fruit or a vegetable (it's technically a fruit), a ripe tomato is rich nothing short of a skin-healthy superfood. Tomatoes are an excellent source of lycopene, a naturally occurring carotenoid that may reduce inflammation and even protect against cancer. The anti-inflammatory properties in tomatoes are the perfect fit for repairing cell damage and giving the body its necessary nutrients for a healthy youthful glow!


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Jayla is a SheFinds editorial contributor with an enthusiasm for covering the latest news in the intersecting worlds of style, beauty, and wellness. She holds strong in her belief that leopard print is actually a neutral, and can most often be found with a coffee in hand. You can reach her at [email protected]

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