Farm to face beauty is a growing trending that has taken the world by storm. There are certain foods that result in clear, glowing skin when you eat them. Nowadays, these foods have been added into our beauty products.People are being more aware of what the put in their bodies and are turning to more organic and natural produce. The raw diet is being more and more popular and now, we are becoming more aware about how chemicals are not only effecting our bodies but also our skin.

What is farm to face beauty?

With consumers being more aware about what they put on their skin and what not to put on their skin, cosmetic companies are turning to more organic and natural products. Many of these products contain natural, whole-food compounds not that different from what one might find on the kitchen table!

Pure Encapsulations

Think about super pure, super fresh ingredients, often grown on the premises where products are created. This allows availability of not only the freshest ingredients, but the inclusion of targeted superfood ingredients as well. This will allow the company to monitor the amount of products grown as well as make sure that no chemicals are used during the growing of these superfoods.

The next few ingredients that I will speak about is not only good to place directly onto the skin but when ingested, it can also benefit the skin.

Quinoa

Quinoa is loaded with vitamin E and essential amino acids to calm and hydrate the skin and soften hair. Vitamin E also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as premature ageing. Quinoa is also one of the more complete sources of vegetable-based-proteins, with a very rich profile of essential and non-essential amino acids.

Kale

Kale is an ingredient that I find hard to convince my clients to eat. As a skincare therapist, I highly recommend adding this to your meal plan however, the taste is not for everyone.

You can apply kale straight to your skin to help boost the immune system of your skin. It also works well with other healthy greens such as wheat grass and Spirulina.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds extract is very gentle on the skin. This property makes it ideal for people who have sensitive skin. The seeds will help it calm and hydrate the skin. This is ideal for people who have a more mature skin or very sensitive skin due to breakouts or Rosacea.

Goji berries

Goji berries don’t just look great in a fresh bowl of fruit salad and yogurt, but they also contain powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants helps the skin to fight off free radicals which damage the skin. It also helps protect the skin from fine lines and wrinkles, age spots and will give your skin a radiant glow.

Hemp seeds

Hemp seeds are one of the newest additions to the cosmetic world. They are a source of healthy fats and proteins. When you place hemp seeds on your skin, the oil of the seeds balance out the oil production in your skin, reduces blemishes, and helps to maintain a breakout free skin. This is perfect for any acne prone skins.

Avocados

Everyone loves eating the rich fruit that makes every salad just perfect. The oil of the avocado is great for a healthy hydrated skin. It helps to lock in the water in your skin to keep it hydrated and looking young for longer.

Quick Tips

Knowing which foods offer some support for naturally healthy skin is part of the equation; knowing how to use them is the rest. Below you’ll find some tips on how to use some of the above-mentioned foods such a way as to support natural skin health.

  1. Potato slices on your eyes in the morning will help get rid of the bags under your eyes.
  2. Cucumbers will help give you skin a natural, hydrated glow.
  3. Lemons will help reduce the size of your pores and keep the skin toned.
  4. Acai will help to reduce inflammation in the skin, plumps the skin and supports the skin during the rainy season.

Please Take Caution

When switching to new skin ranges, your skin can break out because it is getting rid of all the chemicals and toxins that have been sitting in the pores for a while. If your skin starts to get an allergic reaction, rash, hot or any other symptoms, please stop using the product right away, wash your face with cold water and apply an Aloe Vera gel to sooth the skin.

If you have any food allergies, do not apply the product to your skin at all. You will have a reaction as well. If you do not know you have a food allergies, test a bit of the product on your skin and leave it for 24 hours. If you have a rash, then you are allergic otherwise it is safe to use on your entire body.

What People say once moving to farm to face skincare

  • My skin and body feel so much better and looks more alive.
  • A healthy skincare routine has changed my life for the better.
  • Before I understood what was meant by farm to face, I never used to keep my skin healthy. Now it has become my ,me time, and time out every day.

As a skincare therapist and holistic health practitioner, I always believe that the fresher the ingredients, the better it is for your skin and body. Nowadays, the main cause of breakouts and skin irritations in products is all the chemicals that have been placed in the product to make it last longer. I have never seen an apple last for 6 months, so why should the product that contains apples last that long?

Final Considerations

Skincare is one of the most important routines of you day. A healthy skin shows that your body is healthy and functioning. Look after your skin and it will look after you. After all, your skin is the largest organ on the body. You need to be good to your skin as you are going to wear it for the rest of your life.

Let us know which farm to face products you use at home. Tell us how your ski feels after you have switched over for a month or so. Feel free to ask us any questions and we will answer it as best as we can.

Sally Mitchell

Sally Mitchell began her career as a make up artist, and after receiving a diploma in Clinical Dermatology decided to combine her passions for makeup artistry and skincare becoming a licensed beauty professional. Now she shares useful skin care and beauty tips with readers of the Lumeskin blog – http://lumeskin.com/