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8 Superhero Fruits for Your Skin

December 06, 2016

Healthy eating habits are the next step to youthful, glowing skin. By ensuring your body is receiving the best possible nutrients, you are setting yourself up for a lifetime of gorgeous skin. Here are the top 8 fruits that could be your very own skin superheroes!

1. Apples - An apple a day keeps the dermatologist away!

Want to promote youthful looking skin? Well search no further. Apples have a high source of Malic Acid, a gentle acid that lends to firmer, healthier skin. But HOW? Well, the malic acid has the ability to renew skin cells without damaging the skin layer one bit. Also, apples contain a lot of fiber, helping to clean out the colon & promoting blemish-free skin.

2. Avocados - The Protector of Skin

Not only are avocados delicious, they also have nutrients that go far beyond guacamole. High in Vitamin E & natural fatty acids, avocados will naturally plump your skin while providing it with essential lubrication and leaving your skin soft & glowing. 

3. Bananas - Premature wrinkles, NO MORE!

Everyone knows that bananas are full of potassium, which is great for your bone strength. It also helps to moisturize & hydrate skin to make it look like the full, supple skin you've always dreamed of. Bananas also have an abundance of vitamins A, B & E, helping to maintain the elasticity of the skin. Forget your worries of premature aging, impossible dark spots and hard-to-combat blemishes.

4. Kiwis - Freshen Up Your Skin

When looking for a strong dose of Vitamin C, you would probably head towards grabbing an orange first thing, but did you know that Kiwis have nearly double the amount of Vitamin C of oranges? It's true! Also, Vitamin C is not only great for warding off colds, but it is also known for keeping skin looking refreshed. 

5. Papayas - Free Your Skin!

Papayas are engorged with Vitamin A & Papain, a very powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants are great for your skin because they have the ability to heal your skin by freeing it of radical damage & speeding up the cell regeneration. Also, if you don't feel like eating papayas regularly, you could also mash it up and apply to you skin as a mask for an excellent, bright glow!

6. Pomegranates - It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a SUPERFRUIT?

Pomegranates have great nutritional power, packed with unique nutrients in every part! Much like the papaya, the pomegranate is also a fruit packed with antioxidants. Eating the seeds will leave your skin youthful & glowing. Additionally, you could wash and dry out the peels & make a pomegranate tea, providing you with similar health benefits to green tea. 

7. Plums - Kiss Your Blemishes Good-Bye

As previously mentioned, by increasing fiber in your diet & ensuring regular bowel movements, your skin will greatly improve. The reason for this is that toxins need to come out somehow & unfortunately, since your skin is the largest organ of the body - that's its number 1 choice, leaving your skin behind with breakouts galore. Plums are packed with fiber & will therefore leave your skin clearer than ever!

8. Strawberries - UV Rays Don't Stand a Chance

Strawberries are a great fruit full of Vitamin C, hydroxyl acid (used in many acne treatments) & ellagic acid. Just like kiwis, strawberries will help your skin look beautiful & refreshed from the Vitamin C. It will also have protection from UV damage & wrinkle formation, due to the ellagic acid, which prevents the destruction of collagen & has a photo-protective effect on the skin.

By fueling your body with the best superhero fruits, you will quickly see a difference in your skin everyday!  

Akar Skinprides itself in sourcing highest grade natural ingredients that are organic, wild harvested or gathered from the Tibetan plateau. Being 100% natural means every Akar product is biocompatible with the body, enhancing your skin's ability to repair and renew itself. Indulge in nature's finest. Experience a moment of tranquility in your self-care routine. Unwind and let Akar reveal your best skin. 
Reference:  The Calorie Bee

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