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6 Fruits that will make your skin glow naturally

Cooked Tomatoes

Lycopene, the phytochemical that creates tomatoes red, helps boosts collagen strength—a protein that provides skin its taut, youthful structure—and fights off the oxidizing effect of UV rays by eliminating skin-aging free radicals


It contains many beta-carotene and vitamin A , an antioxidant which prevents overproduction of cells within the skin's outer layer. meaning fewer flaky dead cells that otherwise could combine with sebum to clog your pores. Plus, vitamin A plays an important role in reducing the event of skin-cancer cells.


That's because turmeric's active antioxidant, curcumin, has shown to be one among the foremost effective anti-inflammatory and free-radical fighting options out there (even simpler than ibuprofen!),


This tropical fruit contains a plethora of active enzymes which expire their health benefits. One enzyme, chymopapain, has been wont to relieve inflammation—a common source of skin conditions. And another enzyme, papain, can help remove blemishes and even treat acne when applied topically because the enzyme dissolves pore-clogging fats and cleanses the skin


The fruit is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, which are proven to hydrate and shield the skin by lowering the danger of premature aging caused by ultraviolet . Avocados' potent source of fats also helps you absorb many of the fat-soluble vitamins that also help protect your skin from sun damage

Coconut milk and oil

When you first crack it open, you'll drink the fruit's natural water—it's filled with muscle-relaxing potassium and electrolytes to replenish and rehydrate your skin, making it softer and younger looking. And once you move onto the coconut and extract its oils, you'll utilize it to heal your gut. That's because copra oil contains a potent antimicrobial, saturated fatty acid , which may help improve gut health by destroying bad bacteria and candida. Candida may be a fungus which will break down your intestinal walls and reduce stomach acid, which causes inflammation, poor digestion, and breakouts

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