This Is What Victoria Beckham Eats Every Day For Perfect Skin

 

photo: Estee Lauder

 

Bad skin can ruin almost any day. You wake up with plans for an important event or a night on the town with the girls. But as soon as you walk into your bathroom, low and behold, you see an angry red spot on the middle of your forehead, a dry patch on your cheek or a cluster of redness you can’t get rid of. Your day is officially ruined before it even started.

 

But if there’s one person we know who always has flawless skin, it’s Victoria Beckham. In her last interview with The Edit, she gave away her star secret: Salmon.

 

Salmon, skin’s savior

That’s right, you heard me, salmon. In her interview, Beckham says, “I used to have really problematic skin and [my dermatologist] said to me, ‘You have to eat salmon every single day.’ I said, Really, every day?’ He said, ‘Yes; breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day'”.

Salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and C, which all contain anti-inflammatory and moisturizing benefits. Some doctors even claim it protects against acne altogether!

1. Omega 3

Salmon is considered one of the very best sources for long chain omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. But Omega 3 fats are considered to be essential, as your body can’t create them. These fatty acids help to decrease inflammation, lower your blood pressure and reduce the risk of cancer!

2. Protein

Salmon is also rich in protein, and again, is an essential nutrient that needs to be consumed through what you eat/drink. Helping your body to heal after injuries, protecting your bones and when you are hitting the gym to shed your winter warmth, helping to maintain muscle mass during your weight loss.

However just because salmon is beneficial to your health, it doesn’t mean you have to treat it as some type of medicine. Why not add some couscous and clementines to your meal, or make salmon fishcakes, toss some into an udon soup, or even enjoy a seafood risotto.

Victoria’s favorite products 

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair available here. Sarah Chapman Skinesis available here. Lancer Contour Décolleté available here.

Of course, there are other important things you should be doing for you skin. Some of the ones Beckham listed later in her interview were “wear sunscreen or a moisturizer with SPF … drinking lots of water … perfecting your skin routine with a cleanser, toner, moisturizer; take vitamins, and making sure [to eat] the right food.” This includes healthy fats like avocados, nuts, and seeds.

Victoria Beckham Morning Aura Illuminating Creme available here. Shiseido Urban Environment Oil-Free UV Protection available here. This Works No Wrinkles Moisturizer available here.

 

So the secret to flawless skin is a diet full of avocados and salmon? Sounds like perfect brunch plans to me, sign me up!

 

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photo: Estee Lauder

 

Acne can ruin almost any day. You wake up with plans for an important event or a night on the town with the girls. But as soon as you walk into your bathroom, low and behold, you see an angry red spot on the middle of your forehead. Your day is officially ruined before it even started.

 

 

But if there’s one person we know who always has flawless skin, it’s Victoria Beckham. In her last interview with The Edit, she gave away her star secret: Salmon.

Salmon, skin’s savior

That’s right, you heard me, salmon. In her interview, Beckham says, “I used to have really problematic skin and [my dermatologist] said to me, ‘You have to eat salmon every single day.’ I said, Really, every day?’ He said, ‘Yes; breakfast, lunch or dinner, you have to eat it every single day'”.

Salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and C, which all contain anti-inflammatory and moisturizing benefits. Some doctors even claim it protects against acne altogether!

 

1. Omega 3

Salmon is considered one of the very best sources for long chain omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. But Omega 3 fats are considered to be essential, as your body can’t create them. These fatty acids help to decrease inflammation, lower your blood pressure and reduce the risk of cancer!

2. Protein

Salmon is also rich in protein, and again, is an essential nutrient that needs to be consumed through what you eat/drink. Helping your body to heal after injuries, protecting your bones and when you are hitting the gym to shed your winter warmth, helping to maintain muscle mass during your weight loss.

However just because salmon is beneficial to your health, it doesn’t mean you have to treat it as some type of medicine. Why not add some couscous and clementines to your meal, or make salmon fishcakes, toss some into an udon soup, or even enjoy a seafood risotto.

Victoria’s favorite products

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair available here. Sarah Chapman Skinesis available here. Lancer Contour Décolleté available here.

Of course, there are other important things you should be doing for you skin. Some of the ones Beckham listed later in her interview were “wear sunscreen or a moisturizer with SPF … drinking lots of water … perfecting your skin routine with a cleanser, toner, moisturizer; take vitamins, and making sure [to eat] the right food.” This includes healthy fats like avocados, nuts’ and seeds.

Victoria Beckham Morning Aura Illuminating Creme available here. Shiseido Urban Environment Oil-Free UV Protection available here. This Works No Wrinkles Moisturizer available here.

So the secret to flawless skin is a diet full of avocados and salmon? Sounds like perfect brunch plans to me, sign me up!

The Career Girl Academy is back at the coolest spot in London on the 6th May 2017. With a full day of masterclasses that will teach you everything you need to know become a super successful online entrepreneur, you won’t want to miss this. Find out more here.


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