Summer is here in full force and just like that, it is that season again when your skin is in dire need of hydration and nourishment to beat the heat. While skincare products do half the job, eating right is also important, as what you eat reflects on your skin (looking at you, dear French fries zits on my cheek!).

This is exactly why you should start your mornings with a bowl full of nutrients, vitamins and yumminess, of course! So here are 3 beauty-licious smoothie bowls made especially with summer fruits, so you can eat your way to healthy skin this summer. Read on...

Berry Berry tasty bowl
 

Berry Berry tasty bowl

Strawberries are one of those summer fruits that we wait for all year. The heavenly ingredient is full of flavour and health. It is rich in Vitamin C which helps brighten up your skin, fights excess oil and gives your skin a healthy glow. It is known to lighten acne scars and blemishes as well.

How to:

In a blender, put frozen strawberries, some raspberries and one ripe banana. Add coconut milk and honey and some almonds to it and puree until completely smooth. Pour into a bowl and add toppings of your choice. You can have this bowl as your evening snack as well.

Bowl-ed over mango
 

Bowl-ed over mango

Make the most of the mango season by making this super delicious mango smoothie bowl. A ripe mango is full of beta-carotene, magnesium, potassium, copper and Vitamins A, C and E. It is rich in antioxidants and helps reduce ageing signs, acne, rosacea and keeps skin hydrated.

How to:

Cut ripe mango, banana and kiwi into pieces and add honey and almond milk to it. Put everything into a blender and blend till it is smooth. Top it with banana pieces and some honey and enjoy!

Summer in a bowl
 

Summer in a bowl

Watermelon and kiwis are synonyms to summer. The juicy fruits are saviours of skin as they are high in content and are powerhouses of vitamins and antioxidants. Hav* these in your breakfast bowl will give you hydrated and rejuvenated skin, and an enviable glow.

How to:

Chop fresh watermelon and remove the seeds. Add diced kiwi, honey, banana and plain yogurt into it. Blend everything until creamy and transfer into a bowl. Drizzle some chia seeds, honey and banana to garnish.