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5 Fruits that are Good for Your Skin

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If you are tired of running after chemicals which promise to make your skin glow but end up giving you the same average results no matter how big a hole in your pocket you’re left with?

Well, we don’t just understand your dilemma, but also we have the perfect solution for you. Yes, for healthy skin, all you have to do is eat!

Here are the five fruits which are loaded with goodness to make your skin glow like the summer sun.

  • Avocados

Avocados are rich in healthy fats which keep your skin flexible and moisturized.

Whenever any nutritionist or the doctor asks you to avoid fats, they mean the unhealthy saturated fats which are bad for the body. Healthy or unsaturated fats, such as those in avocados, are great for keeping your skin plump, supple, and pimple-free.

Sun damage can make your skin prone to wrinkles and lines at an early age, but some researches show that avocados have the capabilities to fight the harmful UV rays too.

For those why are looking for anti-oxidants in their fruit, avocados are rich in Vitamin E and Vitamin C as well. The combination of both vitamins promotes the production of collagen in the skin, making it stronger and healthier.

Consuming around half an avocado every day will start reaping results in little time.

  • Papaya

Every skin care product which promises to have every ingredient “out of nature’s basket” in it, always boasts papaya in their formula. Well, with the amount of nutrition papaya holds for your skin, it is quite a smart move.

Papayas contain vitamins A, B, and C, the enriching pentatonic acid, and minerals such as copper, potassium, and magnesium which make them nothing less than a relaxing remedy for your skin. If you don’t believe us, NEW PAGES FROM THE YES WELLNESS say the same.

The reason behind the antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties of this fruit is the papain and chymopapain enzymes that prevent skin damage.

Moreover, scientists have discovered that papaya has wound healing properties and has laxative compounds for aiding in constipation. And there is no denying the fact that skin glows when the digestive system is clean.

  • Orange

As attractive as its orange color, the fruit can make your skin look supple, fresh, and alluring with regular consumption.

Oranges are a great source of Vitamin C, which is an anti-oxidant and slows down the skin aging process. Well, that’s not all anti-oxidants can do, they can also help in preventing photo damage and DNA damage. Moreover, consumption of even half an orange every day can promote collagen synthesis, and reduce skin inflammation to a great extent.

Since orange is on a sweeter side as compared to lemon, which is also rich in Vitamin C, they are easier to consume, and you can also apply the inflammation for quicker relief.

  • Watermelons

If it is the red hot sun that’s bothering your skin, then why not deal with it through the sweet, red, cooling, and fleshy watermelons!

Yes, the plump and refreshing watermelons are 90% water, perfect for leaving your skin fresh and moisturized so that you no longer have to resort to summer creams that cause acne.

Along with water, watermelons are composed of dietary fiber, carbohydrates, Vitamins C, A, B1 and B6, carotenoids, flavonoids, and lycopene, and all of them contribute in keeping the digestive system clean and skin glowing in the hot summer days.

For a toxin-free skin, you can have a medium bowl of watermelon or have its juice every day. Also, you can rub its peel on skin inflammation for instant relief.

  • Pomegranate

To fight the high pollution rates, we are experiencing today, it is important to have a fruit which is rich in nutrients to let your skin become more vivacious such as pomegranates.

Pomegranates are rich in Vitamin C, K, and folate, and the goodness of all the other minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. Not just them, the peel, membrane, and the edible seeds have anti-oxidants to fight pigmentation in abundance. No wonder why pomegranate peels are quite popular as ingredients in scrubs. While we are at it, they are helpful in preventing the harmful effects of UV-A and UV-B rays on skin too.

Moreover, scientists have conducted successful experiments and have successfully been able to generate and regenerate epidermis and dermis of humans with the help of pomegranates.

You can prepare a pomegranate scrub by drying and grinding the peels or consume the fruit as it is.

Avocados, pomegranates, oranges, watermelons, and papayas are the five fruits which are loaded with goodness to make your skin glow while keeping the apt amount of moisture intact. You can have them in summer months and winters to escape the use of harmful chemicals on your skin without compromising on taste and overall health of your body.