5 drinks that will make your skin glow


Korana Marović

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A thoroughly developed skin care routine is extremely important for the health and beauty of the skin, but did you know that different drinks can also help the skin glow? Of course, water is the leader of this list because, in addition to refreshing the entire body, it helps maintain hydration, but there are also various teas and healthy juices that use antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients to make your skin glow!


If you want to work on the beauty of your skin from the inside, include drinking one of these drinks in your daily routine; mint tea or green tea, matcha, fruit and vegetable juices, and bone stock - but remember that with every glass of one of these drinks you drink at least as much water!


Green tea is so rich in antioxidants that it can prevent the first signs of aging and loss of skin elasticity, as well as mitigate damage caused by UV rays. In addition, it is anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial, so it is also helpful when it comes to pimples. The best known antioxidant in green tea is epigallocatechin gallate or EGCG. According to research, EGCG could improve the retention of hydration in the skin, thus avoiding dehydration and the premature formation of fine lines.


Did you know that matcha is actually a powdered version of green tea? They are obtained from the same plant, which in Croatian is called simply "tea", and the Latin name is Camelliasinensis. Freshness is an important quality parameter for matcha. Buy smaller packages, use it quickly and keep your matcha well protected from air and light. Real, fresh matcha has an intense green color. Stale matcha takes on a brownish color, and it is better to replace such matcha with fresh.


Peppermint is rich in polyphenols, antioxidants that reduce inflammation and prevent skin dehydration, while also helping to balance sebum secretion, which means it can also help with acne. However, for best results, drink three cups a day. For those who do not like to drink large amounts of tea, there are also peppermint essential oil capsules that are used for digestive problems.


These are not juices obtained from fruit concentrate - but fresh juices with a wealth of vitamin C. You will recognize these juices by the fact that they are found in refrigerators in stores, and it would be ideal if you set aside a few minutes every day to prepare them yourself. Such versions of juices retain the most nutrients and at the same time have the least effect on the line. Juices with more pulp and cloudy juices are generally healthier than clear juices, since they contain more ballast substances that slow down the absorption of sugar. Vitamin C is a key cofactor for building collagen in the skin, it also has antioxidant properties, and it is most abundant in fresh tomato and orange juices. Vitamin C is a sensitive ingredient and if you want to increase your daily intake, definitely choose fresh juices over those from concentrates.


This slightly unusual choice of daily drink is one of the few that can really help rejuvenate the skin. Namely, the bone stock is rich in amino acids, hydrolyzed collagen and minerals that directly stimulate the natural production of collagen in the body and help fight against the first signs of aging. It can also improve the health of the digestive system – and balanced digestion means healthier skin! Definitely combine it with sources of vitamin C, so that your body makes the most of the amino acids from the bone stock and successfully incorporates them into its own collagen.
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