Thank you for your comment. As you are on a low fibre diet, this may mean you cannot consume wholegrain products, and some fruits and vegetables. However, there are foods which you can enjoy on a low fibre diet that support your skin.
Tomatoes can be enjoyed skinned and deseeded, or in a puree or passata. Tomatoes can offer protection against sunburn and sun damage, which in turn can help to keep your skin looking healthy, keeping moisture in cells and preventing wrinkles.
As discussed in my article "3 top foods for wrinkles", leafy green vegetables are great for the skin. As you mention, many leafy green vegetables are not suitable on a low fibre diet. However, you can still enjoy broccoli as long as it is well-cooked, and the stalks have been removed, so it may benefit your skin to introduce this into your diet.
Lean sources of protein are also essential in keeping skin looking healthy and youthful, and this can be enjoyed on a low fibre diet. Poultry such as chicken and turkey, and fish such as salmon, are great sources to include. Protein is an essential component of collagen, which gives your skin structure, therefore, sources of good quality protein can help to keep your skin firm.
In addition, try and drink around 8 glasses of water per day. This can help your digestive system to flush toxins out of the body, which will improve your complexion for healthy and glowing skin!