Great products for men’s skin

You are what you eat. You hear this phrase all the time – and for good reason. If you eat a ton of junk food, you will feel and look like an unhealthy person. But if you eat nutrient dense foods, you’ll feel like a million bucks.

Your diet can especially impact the health of your skin. Certain foods are rich in powerful nutrients that help fight aging, hydrate your skin, and maintain a healthy complexion. Here are just a few products that every man should include in his grocery list:


Chocolate is full of powerful antioxidants known as flavonols, which have been shown to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging. This doesn’t mean you should load up on unhealthy foods like chocolate ice cream and chocolate cake. You should choose dark chocolate, which tends to have the highest amounts of these important nutrients. And this goes without saying, but practice moderation. Chocolate is high in calories due to its fat content, so consuming too much can lead to unwanted weight gain.


These red, sweet fruits are the perfect snack to combat your sweet tooth and keep your skin healthy. Why? The answer again is antioxidants. Packed with vitamin C, strawberries protect skin from damage from free radicals and other harmful substances that can cause aging skin. Brightly colored fruits are generally good for the skin. Check out our Advanced Antioxidants supplement for similar benefits.


This highly prized fish contains a remarkable anti-aging weapon: omega-3. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to provide a number of benefits, including elastic skin, a healthy heart, and better mental focus. Tuna and mackerel also contain this amazing nutrient. If fish isn’t your thing, try a pharmaceutical omega-3 supplement for men.


Almonds also contain omega-3 fatty acids, but they are even higher in omega-6 fatty acids (conjugated linoleic acid). Research shows that CLA can help improve the appearance of your skin and significantly improve muscle growth. Warning: Like chocolate, almonds are high in calories. Therefore, we recommend consuming no more than one handful per day to avoid weight gain.

Green tea

It’s more of a drink than a food, but it’s just as important as anything else. Many people prefer to drink green tea instead of coffee because it invigorates without the extra caffeine. But did you know that it can also reduce the risk of fine lines and sagging skin? This antioxidant-rich drink should be a must-have in everyone’s morning diet. Green tea is also one of the main herbal ingredients in our multivitamin.