You know what they say: you are what you eat. And in the case of skin care, this is a very accurate statement! There’s a reason that Tu’el Pro products use natural botanicals -- they’re just as great for our health as they are for our skin. Avocado is an extremely powerful superfood packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Here are three main reasons why avocado should be in your client’s skin care and dietary regimens. It’s true that beauty begins from within!

Eat Avocado For Glowing Skin
It’s no secret why avocado is a key ingredient in many of Tu’el Pro products: it’s moisturizing and has anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties among other things. But as skin care professionals, we need to push lifestyle choices that create a fully-rounded skin care regimen. What we eat has a direct relationship with our skin, and if your clients eat poorly but have a great skin care routine, then they are only reaching 50% of their skin’s potential. It’s always a good idea to recommend to your clients that they eat superfoods packed with effective ingredients. Eating healthy portions of avocado is one way to start.

Full Of Antioxidant Carotenoids
Not only is avocado packed with fats, vitamins and antioxidants, but this mega-fruit is full of antioxidant carotenoids like alpha-carotene, beta carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, and lutein. You may have seen these ingredients before, but here’s the breakdown: this list of funky words protect skin from the environmental damage that leads to wrinkles and aging.

Even though avocado does help to prevent aging, it also maintains water content and elasticity. So yes, avocado prevents aging and works to minimize the effects of aging. Look for anti-aging products with avocado, like Rescue Me Essential Oil, in your professional product lines.

Packed With Vitamin C and Vitamin E
Vitamin C and E are both immensely good for you and your skin. These two vitamins are brightening and hydrating, better known as the superhero ingredients that keep your skin looking dewy! There is evidence that Vitamin E, in particular, can reduce the effects of sun damage from UVA and UVB rays. Recommend that your clients attack aging skin from two fronts by both eating avocados loaded with Vitamin C and E and including them in the skin care regimen.