Guava Amazing Fruit For Beautiful Skin

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Guava Seed Oil is extracted from the seeds of the guava fruit

Guava tree

Guava trees are best grown in tropical regions of the world, like South and Central America, and in tropical regions of the United States. Some are grown in Hawaii, The Virgin Islands and Florida, Texas, and California. Guava fruit tastes like a blend of strawberries and pears and the seeds carry a slightly sweet and fruity scent. The interior of this lush, tropical fruit can range from white or bright pink with plenty of edible and antioxidant-rich seeds. Guava even contains 60% more potassium than a banana. The fruit of guava provides a high source of Vitamin C, providing 228 mg or 338% of RDA daily intake. It's no wonder the seeds are so nutrient-dense. The fruit also contains ample amounts of skin-balancing lycopene, copper, and zinc.


guava pink

Organic Guava Seed Oil is excellent for anti-aging skincare due to its extraordinarily high levels of natural Niacin and Vitamins A, B, C & E.  It is also very rich in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant known for its protective effect against free radicals.

Guava Oil is also a good source of beta-carotene. The oil is perfect for all skin types because it’s an astringent, it combats acne breakouts, reduce lessens scars, locks in, and retains moisture within the skin. It provides a natural glow to the skin and is a powerful emollient rich in antioxidants, promotes elasticity, fights early aging and wrinkle formation, tightens and tones loose and sagging skin, and reduces the brightness and appearance of stretch marks.

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