Strawberry Handcrafted Natural Scrubbing Soap with Shea Butter and Vitamin E - 100gm
We all know that strawberries are delicious fruits. But, did you know that this conical fruit has more to offer? Yes, they are also called as superfruits, filled with powerful antioxidants and abundance of vitamin C that provide your skin with nourishing nutrients. Also, do realize that if you eat foods that are rich in vitamin C, you will have fewer wrinkles and age-related skin problems than people who don’t.
1. Say Goodbye to Acne
Acne is caused by excess accumulation of sebum on skin pores and can be cleared off with present nutrients in this fruit. The acidic nature of strawberries enables helps in removing the excess oil in the skin.
Strawberries contain the anti-oxidant called ellagic acid. This helps in preventing collagen destruction, which is one of the major reasons for wrinkle formation on skin texture. Ellagic acid carries a photoprotective effect that works against the UV damage by stifling the production of MMP on your skin. This further acts with enzymes that contribute to the destruction of collagen. The following process prevents wrinkles from forming on the skin, thereby providing a healthy radiant look on your face.
3. No More Oily Skin
As strawberries are rich in vitamin C, these fruits are used to make excellent face masks to fight oily skin. Also, it helps in nourishing and revitalizing your skin. The fruits are acidic in nature and it is effective to remove the excess sebum from the skin.
4. Skin Lightening
The juice extract of strawberry is very efficient in lightening blemishes and acne scars on the texture. Strawberry juice contains skin lightening extracts as well as a good quantity of ellagic acid which reduces dark patches on the skin. All you need to do is, simply apply the juice to the dark spots using a cotton ball and rinse thoroughly afterward.
5. UV Skin Protection
The strong anti-oxidant, ellagic acid is widely used as it protects the skin from harmful UV rays. A research concluded that when a mouse was exposed to UV rays after being given ellagic acid treatment showed reduced wrinkle formation as compared to a mouse that wasn’t given the treatment before exposure.