According to Dr. Oz’s, an inside-outside skin care routine could cure your classic beauty woes!


What if we told you that instead of turning to pricey beauty products promising miraculous results, you could simply balance your skin care routine and diet to enjoy the same, if not more, benefits? According to, backed by Dr. Oz’s authority on wellness, it really is that easy!

It makes sense that what you put into your body is just as important as what you put on it, which got us wondering about what yummy concoctions we could cook up using the superfoods that science says cures classic beauty woes.

We know you’ll be impressed by the no nonsense science that supports these effective skin remedies, and if you want more you can head over to If you’re inspired to try out some tricks, you can also check out, where you’ll find only beauty and wellness products that are proven to work.

And of course we can’t forget to remind you that you can still enter to win a $1,000 Beauty Sage shopping spree! There will be 5 runners up who will also win a $100 gift card, so you’re chances are pretty good! Click here for easy entry.

In the meantime, check out these food and product pairings, and let us know what recipes you’ll be trying out first!

Sun Spots

Outside: Verso Dark Spot Fix is a dark spot corrector that contains retinol, which has been shown to lighten hyperpigmentation.

Inside: Tomato Paste contains lycopene, which is a carotenoid that increases the skin’s natural ability to protect itself. In one study, subjects were 40 percent less likely to get sunburned after eating 2.5 tablespoons of tomato paste every day for 10 weeks.

Recipe:  Chickpea Tomato Minestrone via Vegetarian Ventures


Outside: Philosophy Miracle Worker Anti-Aging Moisturizer For Blemish-Prone Skin contains a combination of salicylic acid and retinol, which minimizes pores and blemishes while stimulating rejuvenation.

Inside: Oysters fight acne thanks to their high zinc content, which accelerates skin regeneration and stabilizes oil production. In fact, oysters contain the most zinc of any food.

Recipe: Oysters Rockefeller via Primal Palate


Outside: Origins Plantscription Youth-Renewing Face Oil can replenish lipids in the skin barrier, that are essential for preventing fine lines and sagging.

Inside: Kiwis have more vitamin C than oranges, surprisingly, which is crucial in wrinkle prevention. In fact, a survey of more than 4,000 women showed that vitamin C deficiencies were linked to wrinkles and dryness.

Recipes: Citrus Sunshine Salsa via Tablespoon

For more information on inside-outside skin care, click here!

Noelle Chehab is the Junior Editor of Spa Week Daily. 

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