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Secret Diet That Will Lighten and Glow Your Skin Tone Naturally

Healthy and glowing skin is a natural desire of everyone.Clearer, fairer, glowing and healthy looking skin is a sign of beauty.  It is observed that majority of women, especially in Asian nations, have a liking for fair skin tone.Although there are many skin whitening products available in the commercial market, often they don’t give the desired results. Many of these commercial products or methods may also contain harmful chemicals that might trigger skin irritation or other skin conditions.Simple lifestyle changes like incorporating some nutrients rich foods in your daily diet can give you glowing.

 Foods That Lighten and Glowing Your Skin:

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E is antioxidant and has potent ability to neutralize damaging free radicals, through protecting cell membranes it prevents damages to enzymes associated with them.Vitamin E maintains good skin health and successfully combats the damage of stress. It helps eliminate pimples, blemishes and scars and help to glow skin.Food sources high in vitamin E include: almonds, eggs, walnuts, avocados, asparagus, sunflower seeds, pine nuts, cooked spinach, oatmeal, dried apricots, cooked taro root, and olives.

Vitamin C:

Like vitamin E, vitamin C is also an antioxidant. Vitamin C rich foods are quite beneficially in achieving lighter-toned skin.This vitamin detoxifies your system from harmful chemicals substances. Vitamin C-rich fruits and veggies will increase collagen production, repair damaged skin (like acne scars and sun spots) and have visibly brighter skin. Food sources high in vitamin c include: Citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruit, limes and lemons , Guavas, Papayas, Berries such as blackcurrants, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and cranberries.Cantaloupe melon and watermelon.Kiwi fruit.Vegetables such as spinach, green and red peppers, tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and potatoes.

Vitamin C is very sensitive to heat and light and prolonged exposure to them destroys it. Therefore it is recommended to eat these foods fresh, not heated or dried.


Sulfur is a mineral found in the body, Eliminates toxin. Sulfur is one of the treatments of uneven skin tone, even out patchiness of skin and used to treat many other skin problems.  Many foods do contain the sulfur but in extremely small amount. Sulfur is a natural anticeptic thats fight from many skin infections.There are some of best sulphur rich foods that you must need to include in your regular diet is eggs, garlic , flax seeds, walnuts Seeds and nuts, red meat, onion, red bell peppers, seafood,  kale, cheese milk, asparagus, all the above-mentioned foods contain more of sulphur in the raw form.


Zinc is present in an abundant amount of the skin and is required for healthy growth of skin cells. Research has found that low intake of zinc and deficiency of zinc is associated with red, patchy, rough, dull and scaly skin. It is very important to consume a diet rich in zinc to reduce the risk of acne and to improve the texture, lighten your skin color and overall look of the skin. Foods Rich in Zinc Includes Fish and shellfish, Chicken, Egg, Meat, Nuts and oilseeds, Whole grain cereals.
Dietary zinc coming from animal foods sources is more available as compared to zinc from plant foods sources.

Vitamin A:

Vitamin A plays a beneficial role in lighten skin tone. It is found in the skin and in the sebaceous gland (glands underlying the skin). In order to improve the texture of the skin and to restore the healthy cells of the skin, it is important to add vitamin A rich food sources to your daily diet. Foods rich in vitamin A include sweet potato, Bell peppers, Carrot, Spinach, Collard greens, Mustard greens, Kale, Mango, Berries, Meat, Eggs, Poultry.

Omega 3 essential fatty acid:

Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acid improves inflammatory acne lesions and gives your skin a clear and glowing look. Foods Rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acid Include flaxseeds, walnuts, salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel.


 we should always remember that people need to drink at least 8 glasses of water (equivalent to about 1.5 liters) a day. This simple routine will definitely help us push unwanted urea out of our body system. This act will help improve our blood circulation and the good effects it brings will be showed right on your skin surface.

Tips to Get Lighter Skin Naturally

Milk, Lemon Juice, Honey:

This is a tip to get lighter skin color naturally at home.


  • Honey
  • Lemon Juice
  • Milk
How To Make And Apply:

    • Take and mix 1 tsp. each of lemon juice with honey and milk powder (or milk).
    • You should apply this facial mask all over your skin after being cleaned and let it stay for about fifteen to twenty minutes before washing your skin off. It will also make your skin much softer, smoother and lighter your skin tone.

    Homemade Face Mask:

     Revive your skin with a home-made face mask.


    • Cucumber
    • Yogurt

    How To Make and Apply:

    • Mix half of a cucumber and one tablespoon of yogurt together. Cucumber contains a substance called beta-carotene which acts as an anti-oxidant.
    • Apply onto skin for 15 minutes and rinse.

    Tomato and Coriander Mask:

    This mask is actually a wonderful face mask for skin whitening and that is especially good and proper for people with oily and dry skin.


    • Juice of coriander leaves
    • Juice of tomato
    • Lemon Juice

    How to Make and Apply:

    • Mix 2 tsps of the juice taken from coriander leaves with 2 tsps of tomato juice.
    • Add 1 spoon of a few drops of lemon juice and fullers earth.
    • Applyontoo skin for 15 minutes and rinse.

    Aloe Vera:

    Aloe vera is easily found around your house or in the supermarket. you take aloe vera gel and apply on your skin for 30 minutes and wash off with fresh water. You should do this way twice per day in two weeks and see how bright your skin is.

    By incorporating these tips and eating these foods into your daily diet you can start to gradually lighten and glowing your skin tone, from the inside-outside.


    1. Is there any single food which contain all the nutrients? or at least 60% of all these.

      1. Yes there is a lot of nutrients dense foods first one is kale Of all the super healthy leafy greens, kale is the king.It is loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and various bioactive compounds and other one is egg, Whole eggs are so nutritious that they’re often referred to as “nature’s multivitamin.”
        Egg yolks are loaded with vitamins, minerals and various powerful nutrients


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