Fortnightly Fruit Peel

Fortnightly Fruit Peel

 

Fortnightly Fruit Face Peel

Fortnightly Fruit Peel: 50ml


"Just add the Fruit" of your choice...

 

FRUIT OPTIONS FOR THE FORTNIGHTLY FRUIT PEEL

 

Homepeel's Fortnightly Fruit Peel has proven to be a very magical peel, famous for its ability to be mixed by just about any fruit. It's unlike any other, with its flexibility making it one of the most popular peel brands.

 

You tastes can be married into this peel, but it helps to know which fruit should be your first option depending on what you want to achieve. Below is a list of your options. While the choice if entirely yours, we believe a little detailing will go a long way to give you wonderful fruit peel knowledge.

 

Strawberries

  • Vitamin C which aids in the production of collagen hence reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin C also helps in skin cell repair and reduces the effects of long term skin exposure to UV light. Other uses include improvement of iron absorption into the skin and strengthening our immune system.

  • Sugar: Moisturizes and hydrates the skin, exfoliates the skin and treats sun damaged skin.

  • Manganese: Absorbs calcium, combats free radicals and firms the skin.

  • Potassium, used to treat conditions such as acne, eczema and fungal infections.

  • Anthocyanins (free-radical fighting agents)

  • Zinc: Protects skin from UV rays, speeds healing of breakage on the skin and repairs skin cells. Zinc also absorbs excess oils.

  • Phenolic acids which fight off UV radiations and by extension cancer, bacterial and fungal infections.

  • Omega-3 fats: Protect the skin from free radicals due to UV exposure, regulates oil production in the body, hydrates the skin, firms the skin, repair skin cells. Inflammatory properties help to relieve conditions like psoriasis, eczema and rosacea.

  • Magnesium: For improved cell production, strong and firm skin.

  • Calories which are useful in keeping the skin hydrated

  • Vitamin K: Alleviates itching

  • Iodine: To encourage sweating but keep the skin hydrated

  • Water: Water hydrates and radiates the skin, prevents wrinkles and therefore leaves the skin looking younger.

 

Kiwi fruit

  • Vitamin C for UV light protection, improving the production of collagen in the body, firming the skin and repair of skin cells and tissue. Vitamin C also improves the absorption of iron from iron based plants into the body and reduces fine lines and wrinkles. It also strengthens the immune system.

  • Potassium: This is commonly used to treat fungal infections, eczema and acne among others.

  • Calories: They help to keep the skin hydrated

  • Vitamin E to protect and repair the skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles

  • Sugar: Skin moisturizer and hydrant. It also exfoliates the skin and will treat skin that is damaged by sun exposure.

  • Sodium: Effective in managing muscle contractions and enhancing nerve transmission. It will also hydrate the skin and maintain its pH level.

  • Vitamin B6: For treatment of Eczema and skin inflammations

  • Calcium: Calcium protects the skin from external infections and attacks, boosts skin cell turnover and acts as an effective anti-oxidant.

  • Iron: Maintains skin health, boosts oxygen

  • Magnesium: For strong, healthy and firm skin. Magnesium also boosts skin cell production

  • Copper which is a very effective antioxidant useable in fighting acne

  • Manganese: Firms the skin, absorbs calcium and fights free radicals

 

Raspberries

  • Vitamin C. Will improve the iron absorption properties of the skin, increase collagen production to give your skin firmness and support the tendons and other ligaments. Vitamin C will also repair skin cells and tissue and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It also offers UV light protection and immunity of skin cells from infections.

  • Vitamin K: Helps prevent itching of the skin

  • Manganese which fights free radicals to reduce effects of aging, absorbs calcium and firms the skin.

  • Vitamin E which is a very powerful antioxidant that repairs the skin and protects it from damages. It is also used in fighting acne and others

  • Omega-3 fats: Firms the skin, protects skin from free radicals, hydrates the skin and regulates the skin's oil production. It also repairs skin cells and have anti-inflammatory properties which relieve rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.

  • Magnesium: Boosts skin cell production, firms and strengthens the skin.

  • Copper: Will fight acne in the body because it helps to produce collagen in high levels. It also acts as an effective antioxidant.

  • Calories to hydrate the skin

  • Potassium: Commonly used to treat acne and fungal infections. Eczema is also treated.

  • Vitamin A: It's an effective anti-aging agent that will also treat such disorders as eczema. It also repairs skin cells whenever damaged.

  • Vitamin B6: Treats skin inflammation and eczema

  • Zinc: For skin cell repairs and protection from UV light. It also absorbs excess oil from the skin and speeds healing process of wounds on skin.

  • Phosphorus to balance your skin's pH and boost hormone production

  • Water for a radiant and hydrated skin. It also eliminates wrinkles.

 

 

Papaya

  • Vitamin C for fight against aging using its increased collagen production properties, offers increased immunity from external diseases that attack the skin, UV light protection and also improves the body's ability to absorb iron. It repairs body cells.

  • Vitamin A: Effective for people with such skin disorders as eczema and psoriasis as well as damaged skin tissue. It also treats fine lines and wrinkles quite well.

  • Potassium to treat such conditions as fungals, eczema and acne

  • Vitamin K: Fights itching

  • Vitamin E: This is a skin repairing antioxidant

  • Calories for hydrated skin

  • Vitamin B6 to treat eczema and inflammations

  • Zinc: Heals skin breakage much faster, repairs skin cells, protects the skin from sunburn and absorbs excess oils from the skin.

  • Iron: For skin health and increased oxygen circulation

  • Calcium: For strong and healthy skin, improved cell turnover and all anti-oxidant properties.

  • Phosphorus: It is effective in balancing pH and producing hormones

  • Copper: A preferred antioxidant to fight acne due to its high levels of collagen production

  • Manganese reduces effects of aging, firms the skin and absorbs calcium.

  • Water to hydrate and eliminate wrinkles from the skin leaving it radiant and youthful.

 

Pineapple

  • Vitamin C. Fights the effects of long term skin exposure to the sun, reduces fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of aging, increases collagen production so that proteins that firm and tighten the skin are produced on a large scale, strengthens the immune system, increases iron absorption into the skin and repairs skin cells and tissue.

  • Manganese: This mineral makes the skin firm and absorbs calcium, which in turn protects the epidermis from external damage. It also fights free radicals.

  • Vitamin B6, an anti-inflammatory agent that also helps in the treatment of eczema

  • Calories: Every skin needs calories in reasonable quantities to keep water from escaping

  • Copper: An efficient acne fighting antioxidant

  • Zinc: Absorbs excess oils from the body and protects the skin from sun exposure. Zinc is also useful for speedy healing of breakage and repair of skin cells.

  • Iron: Increases health and oxygen

  • Calcium: Reduces signs of aging by boosting cell turnover, acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Magnesium: For firm, strong and rejuvenated skin. Also boosts cell production.

  • Phosphorus: Very useful for people with unbalanced pH levels

  • Water: Water hydrates and radiates the skin, prevents wrinkles and therefore leaves the skin looking younger.

 

Grapes

  • Manganese: fights free radicals to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, absorbs calcium and firms the skin.

  • Vitamin C: For firming the skin, slows the process of aging by reducing wrinkles and fine lines. Vitamin C also increases the skin's ability to absorb iron from plants and other sources. It improves the skin immune system and reduces the effects of skin exposure to the sun. It also repairs skin tissue or cells.

  • Vitamin K: Useful for people with itchy skin

  • Calories which hydrate the skin

  • Vitamin B6: This vitamin treats inflammation and eczema

  • Potassium which will treat eczema, fungal infections and acne

  • Vitamin A: Treats fine lines and wrinkles, repairs damaged skin tissue/ cells and treats skin disorders like eczema

  • Iron: Enhances oxygen circulation and boosts skin health

  • Calcium: Protects the skin from outside infections and boosts skin cell turnover to reduce signs of aging.

  • Magnesium: Firms skin and rejuvenates it while leaving it strong.

  • Zinc: Skin protection from UV light rays, cell repair and speedy healing of breakage. Zinc also absorbs excess oil from the skin.

  • Sodium: For effective nerve transmissions and muscle contractions. Sodium also balances the skin's pH level and hydrates the skin

  • Copper: An antioxidant that fights acne effectively.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: Relieves conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and rosacea using its inflammatory properties. Omega- 3 also regulates oil production and hydrates the skin. It repairs skin cells and fights free radicals and effects of sunburn. Omega-6 fatty acids

  • Sugar: To hydrate, exfoliate and moisturize the skin as well as treat sun damaged skin.

  • Water: It leaves the skin hydrated, radiant and youthful. Water also helps to reduce wrinkles.

 

Mango

  • Vitamin C: Vitamin C improves skin cells and tissue repairs, offers UV light protection and reduces fine lines and wrinkles. It also improves the way your skin absorbs iron and increases the production of collagen to give your skin that firm look. It also improves the immune system of the body making it very vital for skin application.

  • Vitamin A: Treats eczema and psoriasis and repairs damaged skin tissue. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Vitamin E: A very strong and effective antioxidant that also repairs skin cells and fights free radicals.

  • Vitamin K: Helps to fight itchy skin

  • Vitamin B6 to treat skin inflammation and eczema

  • Zinc: To absorb the skin's excess oils and enhance healing speed of breakages. Zinc also repairs skin cells and reduces effects of sunburn.

  • Copper: Copper is ideal against acne because it increases the production of collagen in the body. It is also an antioxidant.

  • Magnesium: Rejuvenates and firms skin

  • Phosphorus: Very useful for people with unbalanced pH levels

  • Potassium: Potassium has proved popular in handling fungal infections as well as acne and eczema among others.

  • Water for radiant, youthful and healthy skin. Water also helps to reduce wrinkles and hydrates the skin.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: Firms the skin, protects skin from free radicals, hydrates the skin and regulates the skin's oil production. It also repairs skin cells and have anti-inflammatory properties which relieve rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Anti-inflammatory, formation of cell walls in the body, repairs skin barrier function, improves skin moisture level and increases oxygen intake.

  • Manganese: Absorbs calcium and reduces fine lines and wrinkles while keeping the skin firm.

  • Sodium: Maintains the skin pH balance, hydrates the skin, helps muscle contractions and nerve transmissions.

 

Lemon

  • Vitamin C which helps to produce collagen and therefore firm the skin. It is also used to reduce the effects of long term UV light exposure of the skin and also support the immune system. Vitamin C is used for skin cell repair and repair of body tissue. It will also improve the absorption of iron into the skin. It also supports the ligaments and tendons.

  • Calories to help hydrate the skin

  • Vitamin A: Repairs skin cells, treats eczema and psoriasis

  • Vitamin E: It is a very effective free radicals fighting antioxidant. It also repairs skin cells

  • Vitamin B6: It has lots of chemical forms used to treat skin inflammations and eczema.

  • Calcium: This insulates the epidermis- the outermost skin layer- from external damage, increases cell turnover and acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Zinc: To repair skin cells and speed healing process of damaged skin. It protects the skin from UV rays and absorbs excess oil from the skin.

  • Copper which has collagen production properties. This ability makes it ideal against acne

  • Potassium which is very effective against acne, eczema and others

  • Phosphorus: This boosts the production of hormones and also balances the pH level of the skin

  • Manganese: Useful if fine lines and wrinkles are your problem. It firms the skin too and absorbs calcium quite well.

  • Magnesium: Helps to rejuvenate the skin, boost cell production and leaves skin healthy, firm and strong.

  • Water will hydrate and rejuvenate the skin, prevent wrinkles and leave a youthful skin.

 

Oranges

  • Vitamin C: To strengthen the immune system of the skin from external attacks, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, firming the skin, increasing iron intake by the skin and reduction of effects of long term sun exposure. This vitamin also helps to repair nody cells and tissue.

  • Potassium which will wipe out fungal infections in the skin as well as acne, eczema and other such skin conditions.

  • Vitamin A to reduce fine lines and wrinkles plus all other signs of aging. Vitamin A effectively treats such conditions as eczema and psoriasis too and repairs skin cells.

  • Calcium: Boosts cell turnover protects the skin from outside infections and acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Magnesium: It will rejuvenate aging skin, boost cell reproduction and leave the skin firm and strong.

  • Iron: For enhanced oxygen circulation and health

  • Zinc: Heals skin breakage fast, reduces effects of skin exposure to the sun, repairs skin cells and absorbs the skin's excess oils.

  • Water: Water will hydrate and rejuvenate the skin. It will also remove wrinkles.

 

Apple

  • Vitamin C: Reduce the effects of long term sun exposure. This vitamin will also increase the skin's iron intake and repair body cells and tissue. Its collagen production tendencies help in firming the skin and strengthening the immune system. Fine lines and wrinkles are also vastly reduced.

  • Calories to keep the skin hydrated

  • Vitamin A: It effectively repairs damaged skin cells or tissue and is used commonly against fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Vitamin E to protect and repair the human skin

  • Vitamin K: Helps to prevent itchy skin

  • Calcium: Insulates the epidermis from external damage, acts as an anti-oxidant and boosts cell turnover.

  • Iron: Improves skin health as well as boosting the skin's oxygen circulation

  • Magnesium: Magnesium boosts skin cell production, firms the skin and rejuvenates it to leave it glowing.

  • Phosphorus to balance pH and boost hormone production in the body

  • Potassium which is used against eczema and acne but also treats fungal infections to the skin

  • Copper which works effectively as an antioxidant and effective against acne owing to its collagen production properties.

  • Manganese which reduces wrinkles and absorbs calcium. Manganese also firms the skin.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: Hydrates the skin, repairs cells and regulates the skin's oil production. Omega- 3 also fights effects of sunburn and firms the skin, eliminating sagging. Its inflammatory properties help to fight rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids which repair skin cells and boosts oxygen intake in the body.

  • Water: It will radiate and hydrate the skin but also remove wrinkles from the skin.

 

Banana

  • Vitamin B6 which uses its many chemical forms to treat eczema and inflammation.

  • Vitamin C: To fight signs of aging, effects of sun exposure, help to repair skin cells and tissue, strengthening immune system and improve absorption of iron into the skin.

  • Manganese: Used to fight free radicals and other effects of aging. Manganese will absorb calcium and firm the skin.

  • Potassium: Potassium is useful against acne, eczema and fungal infections among others.

  • Calories to keep water from escaping the skin

  • Vitamin A: It is used to treat eczema and psoriasis. Vitamin A also repairs damaged skin tissue.

  • Vitamin E which repairs the skin and effectively protects it from free radicals

  • Vitamin K: For use against itchy skin

  • Calcium: Insulates the epidermis from external damage, acts as an anti-oxidant and boosts cell turnover.

  • Iron: Enhances health and oxygen supply in the skin

  • Copper: Copper helps against acne, boosts the skin's collagen and acts as an antioxidant

  • Magnesium which boosts cell production and leaves the skin firm and strong. Magnesium also rejuvenates the skin.

  • Zinc: Enhances skin protection from sunburn, skin cell repair, speedy healing of skin wounds and effective absorption of excess skin oil.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: Relieve eczema, psoriasis and rosacea using anti-inflammatory properties, firms and hydrates the skin. Omega- 3 also regulates oil production and fights signs of sunburn. Skin cell repair is also common. Omega-6 fatty acids

  • Water: Useful for people with dry skin as it hydrates and radiates the skin.

 

Tomato

  • Vitamin C: Reduces fine lines and wrinkles, reduces effects of long term sun exposure, repairs skin cells and tissues, improves immune system and enhances iron absorption into the skin. Improves skin firmness.

  • Vitamin A to fight fine lines and wrinkles, repair skin cells and treat eczema, psoriasis and other conditions of the skin

  • Vitamin K: For people with itchy skin

  • Potassium: Fights fungal infections, eczema, acne and others.

  • Manganese which helps against effects and signs of aging. It will also firm the skin and absorb calcium.

  • Vitamin B6 which is an anti-inflammatory agent that also treats eczema

  • Copper: An efficient acne fighting antioxidant that also boosts the production of collagen in the skin

  • Magnesium: For rejuvenated skin, firming of skin as well as production of energy cells.

  • Vitamin E to protect your skin from free radicals and repair damaged skin cells. A very powerful antioxidant

  • Phosphorus which is used to produce hormones as well as balance pH levels in the skin

  • Protein for repairing of skin tissue and construction of new ones as well

  • Iron: For enhanced health and increased oxygen supply

  • Calories to hold water within the skin

  • Zinc: Skin protection from UV light, fast healing of skin wounds, absorption of excess oils from the skin and skin cell repair.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: For skin cell repair, relieving certain conditions like rosacea, psoriasis and eczema, fighting effects of sunburn. It also hydrates the skin, regulates production of oil and firms the skin.

  • Water: For hydrated skin. Will rejuvenate the skin leaving it looking very young and radiant.

 

Plum

  • Vitamin C: Strengthens the immune system, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, improves iron intake capabilities and repairs skin cells and tissues. Vitamin C also reduces the effects of exposure to the sun and firms the skin.

  • Vitamin A: Famous for its eczema and psoriasis fighting capabilities as well as effective repair of damaged skin tissue

  • Vitamin K: Helps in fight against itchiness of the skin

  • Potassium: To fight fungal infections on the skin, acne and eczema

  • Calories to hold water in the skin

  • Vitamin E to fight free radicals and repair the skin

  • Vitamin B6: Anti-inflammation and also treats eczema

  • Magnesium: Which boosts cell production and leaves the skin firm and strong. Magnesium also rejuvenates the skin.

  • Iron: Improves health and boosts oxygen

  • Calcium: This insulates the epidermis- the outermost skin layer- from external damage, increases cell turnover and acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Manganese: It absorbs calcium which protects the outer skin layer from external infections. It also fights free radicals and firms the skin.

  • Copper: Improves collagen levels in the skin, fights acne and acts as an effective antioxidant

  • Zinc: To protect your skin from prolonged exposure to UV rays, skin cell repair and speedy skin healing where there's breakage. Zinc also absorbs excess oils.

  • Phosphorus which is effective for people with unbalanced pH levels. Also used in hormone production

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Moisturizes the skin and increases its oxygen intake. Omega- 6 also helps to repair skin cells and barriers.

  • Water for radiant and rejuvenated skin and removal of wrinkles

  • Sugar: Acts as skin moisturizer and hydrant but also exfoliates and treats sun damaged skin.

 

Pears

  • Vitamin C: For firm skin without fine lines and wrinkles. Also improves the skin's capability to absorb iron. Vitamin C also helps to repair the skin tissue and cells, strengthen the immune system and reduce effects of exposure to UV light.

  • Vitamin K which helps to stop itching

  • Calories which hold water within the skin

  • Vitamin A which is very effective in fighting off signs of aging, repairing body tissue and treating skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema

  • Vitamin B6: Effective against inflammations and eczema

  • Vitamin E: Useful for people with damaged skin. It is a very powerful antioxidant that reduces fine lines and wrinkles by fighting free radicals that cause the same.

  • Calcium: An anti-oxidant that increases cell turnover and protects the epidermis from cell damage.

  • Iron: Improves oxygen and boosts skin health

  • Magnesium: For rejuvenated skin, cell production and firm skin

  • Phosphorus which is important for normal pH and hormone production

  • Potassium: Fights fungals, eczema and acne

  • Zinc: While it absorbs excess oil from the skin, Zinc will also repair skin cells and speed the healing process of the skin's breakages and protect the skin from sunburn.

  • Copper: A robust and efficient anti-acne treatment. An antioxidant that increases production levels of collagen

  • Manganese to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and absorbs calcium.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: An anti-inflammatory agent that aids in formation of cell walls in the body and repairs skin barrier function. It also improves skin moisture level and increases oxygen intake.

  • Sugar: Treats sunburn effects, moisturizer and exfoliator. Sugar also hydrates the skin.

  • Water for radiant and rejuvenated skin and removal of wrinkles

 

Peaches

  • Vitamin A to fight fine lines and wrinkles and rebuild/ repair damaged skin tissue

  • Vitamin C: Reduces the effects of prolonged sunburn, anti-aging, strengthens the immune system and repairs body cells and tissues. Vitamin C also improves absorption of iron and firms the skin.

  • Vitamin B6: Effective against eczema and inflammations on the skin

  • Vitamin K, a vitamin best known for reducing itching of the skin

  • Vitamin E: This helps to reduce signs of aging

  • Zinc: Quick healing of any breakages and skin cell repair. Zinc is also known for its oil absorption and protection from sunburn.

  • Copper: Effective in boosting collagen production in the skin. Copper is also an antioxidant that is commonly used against acne

  • Manganese fights free radicals to reduce effects of aging, absorbs calcium and firms the skin.

  • Calcium: Increases cell turnover and shields epidermis from outside infections. It is also an anti-oxidant.

  • Iron: Enhances oxygen in the skin and boosts skin health

  • Phosphorus for balanced pH and hormone production

  • Potassium which has properties that fight acne, eczema and fungal infections

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: This ingredient is famed for its anti-inflammatory properties which help to relieve eczema, psoriasis and rosacea conditions. Additionally, it protects the skin from UV light and fights free radicals. It makes the skin firmer, hydrates it, repairs skin cells and also regulates oil production in the skin. Omega-6 fatty acids

  • Water: Water leaves the skin rejuvenated and hydrated. It also reduces wrinkling.

 

Cranberry

  • Vitamin C: This ingredient firms the skin and reduces the effects of sunburn. It also improves the intake of iron in the body and improves collagen production which in turn reduces fine lines and wrinkles. It boosts immune system and repairs body cells and tissue.

  • Manganese which will reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as absorb calcium which is useful in protecting the skin from external infections.

  • Vitamin K which reduces itching of skin

  • Vitamin E to reduce wrinkles, protect the skin from free radicals and repair skin

  • Calories which are effective in holding water

  • Proteins which are useful in construction of new skin tissue and repairing of existing ones.

  • Vitamin A which help in rebuilding damaged skin cells, fighting fine lines and wrinkles as well as skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis

  • Vitamin B6: Used effectively to treat inflammations on the skin and eczema cases.

  • Calcium: For increased cell turnover and protecting the skin from outside damage. It does so by making the epidermis stronger.

  • Iron: For improved skin health and enhanced oxygen in the skin

  • Magnesium: Rejuvenates the skin, produces cellular energy, stronger and firmer skin.

  • Phosphorus to produce hormones and balance pH

  • Potassium: This will acne, eczema and fungal infections

  • Zinc: Offers skin cell repair and speedy healing. It also absorbs excess oil from the skin and protects skin from UV rays.

  • Copper which is an antioxidant that boosts collagen production in the skin

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: For protection from sun exposure, hydrates the skin and regulates production of oil in the skin. Omega- 3 makes the skin firmer and repairs its cells. It's also used to relieve rosacea, eczema and psoriasis because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Helps in formation of cell walls in the body, moisturizes skin and boosts oxygen intake while repairing skin barrier.

  • Water which rejuvenates and hydrates the skin. Additionally, water reduces wrinkling.

 

Watermelon

  • Vitamin C: For skin cell and tissue repair, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improving collagen production and reducing effects of long term sunburn. It also improves intake of iron into the skin, firms the skin and boosts immunity.

  • Vitamin A which is used to treat eczema, psoriasis and other skin disorders. Vitamin A will also fight wrinkles and repair damaged skin tissue.

  • Potassium to fight against acne and eczema. Also removes fungal infections from the skin.

  • Magnesium: For stronger and firmer skin, rejuvenating the body and producing cellular energy.

  • Calories which effectively prevent the skin from losing too much water

  • Vitamin B6: Its numerous chemical forms have proved effective in the treatment of eczema and inflammations.

  • Iron: Iron improves the skin's health and boosts its oxygen circulation

  • Calcium: It boosts cell turnover and acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Manganese: It will absorb calcium, a very important mineral for the skin, reduce signs and effects of aging and firms the skin.

  • Zinc: Cell repair, protection from sunburn, healing breakages and absorption of excess oils.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Increases oxygen intake, moisturizes and repairs skin barriers. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and helps the formation of cell walls in the body.

  • Sugar: To hydrate, moisturize and exfoliate the skin. Also known for treatment of effects of sun exposure.

  • Water: This ingredient helps in hydrating and radiating the skin to leave you looking much younger.

 

Apricots

  • Vitamin C: Improves skin tone and firms it, improves its iron intake, produces collagen to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and reduce effects of prolonged sun exposure. Vitamin C also encourages cell and tissue repair in the skin.

  • Vitamin A: Helps the skin to rebuild damaged tissues, reduce wrinkles and treat some skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis.

  • Potassium which battles eczema, acne and fungal infections among others to leave your skin healthy.

  • Calories which in reasonable quantities help to keep the skin well hydrated.

  • Vitamin E for skin protection from free radicals and repair of damaged cells

  • Vitamin K: To reduce itching of the skin

  • Vitamin B6: It is effective in fighting inflammations and eczema

  • Magnesium: Produces cellular energy and rejuvenates the skin. Magnesium also leaves the skin stronger and firmer.

  • Calcium: Increase cell turnover, act as an anti-oxidant and block out dangerous outside substances.

  • Phosphorus: It balances the skin pH, makes energy and produces hormones.

  • Zinc: Repairs damaged skin cells and boosts healing speed of breakages or wounds on skin. Zinc also absorbs excess oil from the skin and protects it from the effects of sunburn.

  • Copper: Helps to treat acne through production of collagen. Copper is also an antioxidant.

  • Manganese: For firming the skin and absorbing lots of calcium. It will also reduce effects of aging.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Anti-inflammatory, helps to form cell walls in the body, repairs skin barrier function, improves skin moisture level and boosts oxygen intake.

  • Water: It contains properties that leave the skin looking younger through hydration and rejuvenation.

 

Raisins

  • Calories which effectively prevent water from escaping the skin.

  • Vitamin C: To improve cell and tissue repair, reduce effects of sunburn, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, produce collagen and firm the skin. Vitamin C also boosts immunity and increases iron absorption capabilities.

  • Vitamin K which reduces itching of the skin

  • Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 effectively treats eczema and acts as an anti- inflammation agent.

  • Iron: Will enhance oxygen circulation and improve skin health

  • Calcium: Generates cell turnover rate, blocks outside conditions by strengthening the epidermis and acts as an anti-oxidant.

  • Magnesium: Rejuvenates the skin, produces cellular energy, stronger and firmer skin.

  • Phosphorus for normal pH balance. It also produces hormones and makes energy in the skin.

  • Potassium: This mineral has properties that fight fungal infections and skin conditions such as eczema and acne.

  • Zinc: Protects skin from UV rays, speeds cell repair and healing and absorbs any excess skin oils.

  • Copper: Acts as an antioxidant and increases collagen production which helps in acne treatment.

  • Manganese: To reduce fine lines and wrinkles plus absorption of calcium and firming the skin.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids: To relieve such conditions as rosacea, eczema and psoriasis due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It also hydrates the skin and regulates its production of oil. It fights free radicals- usually a result of prolonged sunburn. Omega- 3 firms the skin and repairs skin cells.

  • Omega-6 fatty acids: Anti-inflammatory, formation of cell walls in the skin, repairs skin barrier function, improves skin moisture level and increases oxygen intake.

  • Water whose properties rejuvenate and hydrate the skin. It is helpful in reducing wrinkles too.

 

At the end of the day, a little extra knowledge of the workings of these wonderful fruits will assist you in making the best choice for your skin. Natural beauty is very diverse.

 

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