Isn’t it something really amazing about avocado that the world can’t stop gushing over it? Its benefits don’t stick to one side of life, as they are widespread. It is the healthiest fruit that you can really add in your diet for a healthy heart, weight loss, eye health and bones, despite being a fruit with super high ‘fat’ content. And now it is being mostly used in your beauty care regimen, be it a face mask, hair oil, shampoos or shower gel. The fatty fruit is magic for health and beauty. The abundant amount of good fat makes it a popular go-to ingredient that works wonders for your skin. The hectic and fast-paced lives, environmental stressors, poor diet and bad lifestyle choices have taken a major toll not only on health but on the skin as well.
The nutty avocados are perfect to boost skin health:
- For glowing skin
The lovely fruit is replete with essential vitamins and antioxidants that nourish your skin from within and imparts a natural glow.
- For smooth and supple skin
Indulging avocado in your diet or skincare regimen will give some essential nutrients and fatty acids that will make the skin smooth, supple and soft like never before.
- Prevents ageing and wrinkles
Avocados are fully loaded with vitamin C and E. Both the vitamins are known to support healthy skin and prevent it from free radicals. Pre-mature ageing or free radical damage makes your skin look age sooner. Looking older before your age is the most disheartened feeling ever. The wonder fruit – avocado also contain antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin that fight free radical formation and keep your skin taut and young.
- Moisturizes skin
Do you know the reasons why skin lacks hydration and nourishment that it needs the most? Your skin meets environmental pollutants wherever you go, which is one of the reasons against dehydrated skin. Unhealthy diet and lack of water intake make your skin dull, flaky and patchy as well. Avocado pulp is a treasure trove of antioxidants like B-carotene, lecithin, and linoleic acid that helps moisturize your skin from within. The vitamin E present in avocado could help remedy chapped lips too.
- Manages breakouts
Avocados are packed with lauric acid, which is rich antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that serve to be very useful in managing the breakouts or sticky acnes.
- Best for exfoliation
Daily impurities and dirt gets stuck to your skin and clogs the skin cells that results in dead skin cells. Avocados serve better with this skin issue and therefore, its minerals and antioxidants exfoliate skin from within.