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Foods and edible plants have amazing powers. They give us energy, fight diseases and improve our health. And what if they played a role in our skin's appearance? Here are 10 ingredients that are important in our plates and for our skin care.
Bursting with benefits, grapefruit is one of the skin's best allies. Rich in vitamins A and C, it has astringent, antioxidant and toning properties. In addition, its high content beta-carotene content allows it to activate the production of melanin, the pigment at the origin of tanning.
Behind the avocado's delicate taste hides a strong regenerating power. In addition to promoting healing, the avocado strengthens the membranes of the cells of the epidermis. Filled with good fats and vitamins, it also has moisturizing properties for skin and hair.
Thanks to its antiseptic properties, sage can cure some benign skin lesions, such as cuts and insect bites. Sage is also known to fight against oily skin and grey complexion. In aromatherapy, the essential oil of sage has relaxing properties.
When it comes to pampering your body from head to toe, coconut oil is a must. This ultranourishing, tropical elixir fights against dehydration, cellulite, dark circles and skin aging. Use without moderation!
Red grape is a gold mine for the skin. It is packed with resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant, which helps it fight effectively against the damage caused by the sun. Rich in vitamin C, the red grape also contributes to the formation of collagen.
Peppermint has soothing properties. Used in aromatherapy, it can help reduce stress and decrease redness. Its refreshing effect also soothes itching.
The list of ginger's benefits for the skin is long! Its 40 antioxidant compounds combat the appearance of wrinkles, and its antiseptic properties promote the elimination of toxins. Used in body care, ginger cleanses, exfoliates and firms the skin.
Blueberries, blackberries, acai berries ... Colourful berries are filled with antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Delicately perfuming the skin, berry-based treatments help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and restore suppleness to the skin. Perfect for a gourmet boost!
Here is another one of nature's wonders that is bursting with antioxidants. Papaya also contains papain, an enzyme that promotes skin exfoliation. And papaya oil helps moisturize the skin and reduce pigment spots.
Rosemary does more than just flavour foods! Its benefits to the skin are numerous: it combines toning, antiseptic and antioxidant properties. In aromatherapy, rosemary essential oil is recommended to relieve stress and fight dull skin. A treasure for the body and the mind!
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