Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Apple juice good for skin health

Apple juice is a better juice choice than most other juices. According to research from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, apple juice ranks second among the best juices in terms of antioxidant.

Apples contain 4.6 mg/100 g of vitamin C.  Vitamin C builds collagen and elastin, which help to keep the skin, free from wrinkles.

Vitamin A (3 ug/100 g) in apple, keeps the skin supple, healthy and clear of spots and insures rapid healing.

Apple juices is rich in natural acids that gently slough off dead skin cells while feeding human skin with enzymes, vitamins and antioxidants.

According to a study published in the Journal of Experimental Botany, the phenols in the skin of certain types of apples may deliver a hefty dose of UVB protection.

Granny Smith and Braeburn apples contain quercetin in their skins to protect the fruit against UVB radiation. The theory is that quercetin has the same sunlight-protecting effect on human skin.

Apple juice also helps firm the skin of face and neck. Swab it on generously with cotton wool; leave it for a few minutes, then rinse off.
Apple juice good for skin health

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