The quest for great skin often takes some unexpected turns. Whether it's trying the latest fad in moisturizers (caviar, bee pollen, and algae to name a few) or test-driving the newest diamond encrusted microdermabrasion, chemical fillers, and enzyme peels, there's not a lot women won't try for wrinkle-free skin.
Sometimes, the answer isn't always what you'd expect. Dermatologist Nicholas Perricone, MD, whose eponymous skin care line has been a go-to since it launched in 1997, urges that good skin begins at the grocery store. Considered 'The Godfather of the Inflammation Theory,' the quest to find better ways to fight aging and disease through diet, Perricone has been at the forefront of eating healthy foods for your skin.
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ELLE.com sat down with the skin expert to hear his take on healthy eating for better skin.
ELLE: You're known for eating incredibly healthy. What are some of the foods you recommend for better skin?
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