Taking care of your skin is more than just leading a routine full of creams, serums, and products, it is also a matter of giving the proper nutrients to your body. 

November is National Healthy Skin Month and we want to take this opportunity to share some beU tips to encourage better eating habits so you can have beautiful, healthy skin all year!

Healthy Fats

Yes, they exist and they are present in many incredible products: avocados, salmon, mackerel, and nuts are just a few. 

These fats are rich in nutrients such as Omega-3, the key to keeping your skin supple and healthy. Vitamin E is also present in them and it helps to fight the signs of aging due to oxidation and free radicals. 


Sweet potatoes, spinach, kale, and carrots are rich in beta-carotene, a powerful nutrient that takes charge of protecting the cells of your skin against UV rays. This vitamin is great when you spend a lot of time under the sun or you want to get a nice tan without risking sunburns. 

Citrus fruits

If you want to support the elasticity of your skin and make it look youthful, then you need Vitamin C. It is present in diverse fruits such as oranges, limes, and strawberries. This vitamin helps increase the production of collagen, a very important protein in our skin tissue.


This may sound obvious, but it is a good reminder! Keep hydrated so your skin looks vital, soft and healthy. The good news is that you don’t need to drink a thousand glasses, water is also present in the vegetables and fruits you consume on a daily basis.

Keeping all these foods in mind, you can create a daily diet to supply your body and skin with all the right ingredients to keep it radiant and healthy all year long. And remember to get your Let It Glow Holiday Kit to start the winter season with a radiant and healthy look!



Founded in 2008 as Organo Gold, ORGANO™ is dedicated to bringing the benefits of the earth’s nutritional riches to people throughout the world via its premium products that can be used daily to help to achieve a more energetic and healthier lifestyle.


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