Do you believe that you eat your way to healthy skin? We sure do! Here are some of the foods easily found in our Middle Eastern cuisine that can support your skin care journey.
Captivating glory in its resurgence nowadays, this all-round sesame spread is packed with vitamin E, an antioxidant associated with anti-ageing.
Tomatoes are a great source of the antioxidant lycopene, which helps protect the skin from from the sun and environment damages that can cause dryness, dark spots, and lines.
What’s more than it is loaded with Vitamin E, the oleic acid found in olives keeps the skin soft and healthy, hence improving the appearance of wrinkles.
Last but not least, the Kakadu plum which is a fruit loaded with Vitamin C that helps the skin in fighting the harmful effects of pollution and UV rays. Unfortunately, it is not available in our region to consume, but Youth and Age got you covered with our Dermadoctor Kakadu C range including the Dermadoctor Kakadu C Brightening Daily Cleanser, Toner & Make-up Remover, Dermadoctor Kakadu C Eye cream, Dermadoctor Kakadu C 20% Vitamin C Serum, Dermadoctor Kakadu C Face Cream, Dermadoctor Kakadu C Intensive Vitamin C Peel Pad with Ferulic Acid & Vitamin E, Dermadoctor Kakadu C Evening Oil, and the Dermadoctor Kakadu C Amethyst Clay Mask.