Dr. Caren Campbell, a San Francisco dermatologist, told Bustle that spearmint tea lowers testosterone, preventing unwanted hair growth and acne on the upper lip, chin, and jaw.
Bone broth is a healthy drink, especially for acne. Bone broth includes amino acids and minerals that may boost collagen formation and anti-aging.
Dermatologist Dr. Hadley King suggests collagen beverages (usually bovine) to enhance skin. Collagen supplements can be taken as pills or powders to make beverages.
Dr. King recommends vitamin C intake in addition to collagen for skin health. "Vitamin C is necessary to build collagen," she explains.
Dr. Campbell recommends green tea for its antioxidants, which helps prevent skin aging and loss of suppleness.
Dr. King tells Bustle that coffee "could theoretically help fight off oxidative damage from free radicals," citing a 2014 research.
If you dislike green tea, try matcha. Dr. King said the drink is high in EGCG, an antioxidant found in green tea. EGCG may prevent wrinkles and retain moisture.
Wine lovers, rejoice—wine can improve your skin. Holmes believes red wine has antioxidants that benefit skin. "Skin is exposed to free radicals from UV radiation, pollution.
Dr. King says soy milk has mixed skin benefits. She claims it promotes collagen formation and hormonal acne. Soy milk significantly improved skin hydration and elasticity.