How your skin and hair can benefit from prickly pear, inulin, and more
"There's an increasing trend towards recognizing the interplay between inner and outer health," says Dendy Engelman, M.D., a New York City-based dermatologist. "We are seeing more emphasis on ingestible ways to achieve outward beauty and innovative ingredients from the nutrition space added to formulas."
Consuming these nutrients is always a good choice, but using them topically as well, whether in a thermal protectant, makeup primer or face cream, increases the prospect of healthier hair and younger-looking skin. Here, Engelman weighs in on six products worth trying.