Why Watermelon Should Be Included in Your Skin Care

Posted by Ayelet Meshulam on

Watermelon is so much more than a quenching fruit, Every part of it from the rind to the flesh, and even the seeds have numerous benefits for your skin. Incorporating it into your routine can help calm inflamed areas.

For generations in many countries, watermelon rind has been used to soothe irritated skin. It can reduce redness, calm inflammation, sunburns, and even speed up the cell turnover process.

Anti Aging

Watermelon Boost hydration, it’s packed with Vitamins. Vitamin A encourages the growth of collagen and elastin, Vitamin C is brightening skin and lightening dark spots. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from the damaging effects of extreme environmental conditions such as pollution and other stressors. They contain an amino acid known as L-citrulline which is converted in the body into another amino acid called L-arginine. The Citrulline-Arginine combo protects your skin from conditions such as dry, cold climates, and air conditioning, as well as pollution.

Gentle Exfoliant

Watermelon contains Malic acid, an exfoliant that promotes gentle resurfacing to reveal smooth, glowing skin.


Skin Balancing

Watermelon seeds contain a wealth of dense nutrients. It is high in linoleic acid, which is beneficial for sensitive, acne-prone, and combination skin, the oil can clarify the skin by dissolving dirt and impurities, balancing the skin oil. It also contains unsaturated fatty acids like oleic acid, Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids, Vitamin A, B, and E, and a host of minerals, including Magnesium, Iron, Copper, and Potassium.  

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