When it comes to the quest for healthy skin, no two skin-care regimens are alike. But more and more boomers are adding wrinkle creams and other anti-aging products to their routine, or hunting online for healthy skin tips. (One report predicts the markets for anti-aging products will exceed $114 billion by 2015.)
Before you scour the aisles of convenience stores for the latest products promising to blast wrinkles and tighten skin, give your refrigerator a try. Eating antioxidant-rich foods is just one way to get healthy skin, the Mayo Clinic reports.
Research has also shown that eating tomatoes can protect the skin from sunburn and signs of aging caused by sun damage. The study found that women who added more tomatoes to their diet were more protected from ultraviolet exposure than those who did not.
Want more foods for healthy skin? Check out the slideshow below.