8 Foods You Should Be Eating If You Have Dry Skin

Foods you should be eating if you have dry skin

While there are many different reasons for dry skin there are just as many remedies. Everyone always tells you what you should be putting on your skin but rarely people mention what you should be putting in your body. There are so many problems that can be fixed with a well-balanced diet and dry skin is one of them. Below are some of the foods that can help you with dry skin.

selective focus photography of sliced avocado

Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com


They are rich in antioxidants such as vitamin E as well as monounsaturated fats that keep the skin moisturized.

potatoes cutting board wooden cooking

Photo by Ela Haney on Pexels.com

Sweet potato

Sweet potatoes are beta-carotene rich vegetables that contain a lot of vitamin A, this is important for preventing dry skin and repairing tissue damage.

bowl being poured with yellow liquid

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Olive Oil

Like avocados olive oil contains vitamin E and monounsaturated fats as well as omega 3 fatty acids which protect the skin from dryness and even eczema.

brown fish fillet on white ceramic plate

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Fatty Fish

Fish contain high amounts of Omega-3 fatty acids which help retain moisture and strengthen your skin.

food healthy cooking fresh

Photo by mali maeder on Pexels.com


This vegetable is high in vitamin C which helps collagen production. Collagen among its many benefits relieves dryness.

eggs in tray on white surface

Photo by Daniel Reche on Pexels.com


High in protein eggs promote cell regeneration and supply lutein and sulfur which hydrate your skin.

variety of brown nuts on brown wooden panel high angle photo

Photo by Marta Branco on Pexels.com


Rich in the magical vitamin E various nuts protect our skin from cell damage.

sliced cucumber on white table

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com


Rich in vitamin A and C cucumbers also contain silica which is helps increase moisture leading to increased skin elasticity.

Have you noticed a change in your skin when you eat different things? I’d love to hear about it!

Thank you so much for reading <3 please leave a like and subscribe!


Research on this article is done with the help of Heath Thomas, a health technology expert teaching at University of Louisiana.





Comments 4

    1. Post
        1. Post

Let me know what you think!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.