Even if you're not a fan of soccer, the top-scoring countries are also home to some of the best ingredients for your beauty routine. See each country's top beauty foods, and find out our editors' product picks. Game on!
Brazil—The Brazilian Nut
The Brazilian nut is rich with selenium, which helps improve elasticity and combats free radicals from the sun that weaken skin collagen and cause sagging. This nut also contains zinc to renew skin cells and keep your skin looking youthful.
WD Pick: The Body Shop Brazil Nut Body Butter, $18;
Coconut has a magical hydrating power that works on everything from your hair to nails to your skin. Coconut oil, milk and water are all extracted and used in beauty products to fight off fine lines and wrinkles by keeping your skin supple and hair healthy and shiny. Added bonus: a wonderful tropical scent!
WD Pick: OGX Nourishing Coconut Milk Shampoo, $7.99;
Colombia—The Cocoa Bean
The cocoa bean is responsible for giving us cocoa butter, cocoa oil and cocoa powder. Cocoa offers many skin benefits including keeping you moisturized from head to toe, reducing the appearance of stretch marks and evening out skin tone.
WD Pick: Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Eventone Body Milk, $8.99;
Pumpkin is a fall staple and the hero of a Thanksgiving meal but it's also packed with vitamin A to soothe and soften sun-damaged skin. It contains natural enzymes that when used on your skin will gently dissolve dead cells and promote cell turnover for a healthy glow.
WD Pick: Zia Natural Skincare Pumpkin Exfoliating Mask, $24.95;
Costa Rica – The Coffee Bean
Coffee may provide an energizing boost in the morning, but a daily dose of caffeine packs a few beauty benefits, too! Aside from the coffee bean being an antioxidant that helps shield your skin from aging free radicals, the caffeine it packs when applied topically can reduce puffy eyes and minimize the appearance of cellulite.
WD Pick: Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller, $12.99;
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