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4 Fruits to Eat This Summer for Beautiful and Radiant Skin

Incorporating fruits into your diet can significantly improve your skin condition. Enlisted are some fruits you can enjoy this summer that can help you attain healthy and glowing skin.

Kritika Madhukar
Kiwis promote collagen production
Kiwis promote collagen production

If you want glowing skin, the old saying "you are what you eat" is truer than ever. Do you picture a shelf full of serums, moisturizers, and masks when you think "skin-boosting"? While each of these has a place in any skin-care regimen, topical products aren't the only way to improve your complexion.

Summer Fruits for Beautiful and Radiant Skin

Watermelon

As energizing as this fruit is, it is also high in fiber and has high water content. It's 92 percent water, so say hello to hydration! This red, juicy globule of refreshment contains Vitamin C, B6, B1, and Lycopene (carotenoid), all of which are essential in improving overall skin texture and health.

Oranges

One of the most popular skincare terms, 'Vitamin C,' is an amazing anti-oxidant- oxidant, an anti-inflammatory nutrient found to improve skin tone and texture, hydrate, and reduce signs of aging.

Oranges, on the other hand, are packed with it to help you to improve your skin game! It is easily available in India and is high in Vitamin C, which helps control acne, fight free radicals, and give you overall radiant skin.

Kiwi 

Some of us are concerned about puffy eyes and wrinkles. But don't worry, Kiwis are here to help! Kiwis promote collagen production and are an excellent source of Vitamin C, which helps to protect the body from oxidative stress.

Mango

Yes, you read that correctly: our favorite mangoes are the 'king' of all fruits, the tastiest of them all. They contain a natural chemical called polyphenol, as well as vitamins C, A, B6, K, E, potassium, magnesium, and copper. The highest concentration is found in mango peels, seeds, and kernels.

According to research, polyphenols can help prevent certain cancers such as cervical, colon, skin, and breast cancer. So, as they say, a mango a day keeps the doctor away.'

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