Skin Care & Healthy Diet - Health Channel


Skin Care & Healthy Diet |

Dr. Deborah Longwill, Dermatologist at Baptist Health South Florida, says skin is the largest organ of the body, so whatever you are putting in your system is going to affect your skin.

“The foods that you put in your system will affect your skin, not only your face but also your back. If you take away all oils of your system, that can affect your hair and make it more brittle and your skin can be drier. You want to make sure that you’re continuing adding omega-3 fatty acids and having olive oil, eating nuts or almonds to help increase the right type of oil for your skin to stay hydrated,” she explains.

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