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Eat Antioxidant Rich Foods

Posted on: by Women's Health

Research indicates that including antioxidant rich foods containing vitamins A, C, and E in your diet may help relieve adult acne by lowering oxidative stress levels and the amount of free radicals damaging the skin.

As a bonus, a diet plentiful in antioxidant foods may also fight some early signs of skin aging such as fine lines and wrinkles. While acne is expected in youth, a Massachusetts General Hospital survey cites 45% of 21-30 year old women as experiencing this most common American skin condition, over a quarter of women in their 30’s, as well as 12% of women in their 40’s are affected both
physically and psychologically by adult acne. Researchers suggest topical applications of antioxidants will also benefit skin

Here are some natural antioxidants for you to try.

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