During the 90’s, after the scientific team of a French cosmetics company discovered a great effect of direct vitamin application to the face, antioxidants have become an important part of the cosmetic industry. Even then they knew about the devastating effects of free radicals from tobacco smoke, sunlight and atmosphere pollution to the healthy skin cells.

The experts found that antioxidants were the perfect weapon in the fight against these harmful properties and that cosmetics containing these substances – vitamins A, C and E, can slow down the formation of wrinkles, as well as alleviate the skin damage. Production and sales of the antioxidant-based face creams have become a real sensation and have reached the peak in cosmetic history.

magical fruit

Nowadays, there is an increasing number of cosmetic companies that include natural ingredients (vitamins and minerals obtained from various fruits) in their products. Most skin experts say that makeup must contain minerals, vitamins and organic vegetable waxes, because exactly these substances moisturize and nourish the skin.

The magical fruit for hair and skin are much more healthy and efficient than the artificially synthesized ones, because of their protective and healing role.

Mango

The extract and milk of mango are parts of many face, body and hair care products, so they own a great healing power in treating dry chapped skin. Creams containing mango milk regenerate, nourish and hydrate the skin, creating a protective layer on its surface that prevents the loss of liquid in a cold, dry environment.

Argan & Cranberry

This extraordinary duo is perfect because it protects colored or highlighted hair. Rich in omega 6 fatty acids and vitamin E, argan oil is widely known for its revitalizing and nourishing properties, while the cranberry represents a great antioxidant that protects hair from negative environment influences. This combination enhances the hair shine and softness, emphasizing its silky look.

Pineapple

This exotic fruit nourishes, renews and hydrates the skin, while at the same time it cleanses and reduces pores. It has been proven that pineapple slows down the skin aging process and stimulates skin elasticity, making it rejuvenated, fresh and more radiant. The fruit activates physical reactions that prevent fluid retention and help the healing process of damaged collagen fibers.

Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a natural remedy for skin whitening, containing antioxidants, which has much stronger effects than green tea. It neutralizes free radicals and protects the skin from harmful environment influences. In addition to that, recent studies have revealed that pomegranate extract prevents UV damage, which is why it is often used as a sunscreen ingredient.

Raspberry

So small but so much important, rich in vitamin C, potassium, fruit acids and tannins, raspberry has become a part of various skin and hair care products. It nourishes and deeply hydrates the hair, protecting it from the bad environmental effects and providing it with a seductive glow.

Apricot + Ginger + Melon + Apple

Is there any better solution for skin refreshment and radiant complexion? Of course not, because each of these four ingredients have beneficial effects. Apricot is perfects for skin lightening, ginger for skin tone, melon is useful because it provides the skin with prolonged hydration and apple is useful for its extraordinary antioxidant properties.

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is a health advocate, journalist and theologian. He is an outspoken internet activist who has contributed to many magazines and web sites. After years spent in digital marketing and online journalism he became one of the founders and editors at HealthyFitNatural.com. Combining knowledge and research with facts of modern science, Alexander continues to writes about alternative medicine and health benefits of nature. Unlike most writers he strongly believes that there's no magic pill that will lead you to long term health and beauty and that without effort, there can be no gain.

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