3 Vegan Superfoods Your Skin Should Know About

If you’re a person who lives their life eating a plant-based diet or maintains a lifestyle that doesn’t involve consuming most animal-derived foods, you may have also made the decision to eliminate using everyday beauty products that can potentially endanger or kill animals. In doing so, you’ve more than likely cut out the use of honey, which is a natural moisturizer produced by bees that is used in many beauty products to fight anti-aging, as well as bovine and marine collagen, which is found naturally and exclusively in animal tissue, and is what gives our skin its elasticity (which, our bodies naturally produce less and less of collagen as we age).

Given the benefits of what both honey and collagen do for the hair, skin, and nails, letting go of foods that contain those ingredients and helps you maintain your physical beauty, isn’t always easy. Over the past month, I’ve shared what to look for on labels when shopping for vegan beauty products and what powerful plants to include in your everyday beauty routine that works amazingly for your hair and skin; so allow me to share ingredients that are not only 100% vegan and effective, but are potent superfood oils that are key to unlocking beautiful and supple springtime skin.

Avocado Oil
Avocados are good for more than just being the main ingredient in tasty guacamole or served atop breakfast toast, it’s also a necessary staple to include in your skincare regimen. Packed with fatty acids that plump the skin, avocado oil also contains sterolins, a natural steroid found in plants that boost collagen production, that treat the discoloration of the skin and helps soften the skin.

Additionally, avocado oil is an excellent moisturizer that’s loaded with plenty of vitamins and minerals that are vital for skin health. In particular, avocado oil contains vitamin E, a natural antioxidant which helps to reduce