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Pomegranate for the skin

  • high in antioxidants. It contain about 48% of the daily vitamin C, but also contains other antioxidants such as anthocyanins, ellagic acid, and tannins. antioxidants are your best friend when it comes to blockers in free radical damage, which is a big cause in aging.

  • great for cell regeneration, helps protect the epidermis and helps with skin cell regeneration in the epidermis and dermis, increasing circulation and healing the skin, aiding in tissue repair and healing.

  • has sun protective compounds that may protect the skin against free radical damage, relieve sunburn and reduce the signs of sun damage.

  • may help protect against premature aging by helping reduce the signs of skin aging caused by sun damage and exposure. Pomegranates may also help prevent hyperpigmentation + age spots.

  • promotes smooth, firm skin by boosting collagen + elastin production and soften skin.

  • It is a great ingredient for skincare because it penetrates deeply into the skin. It works for most skin types. Since pomegranate oil penetrates deeply into the skin, it is effective for treating dry skin. It soothes dry, and irritated skin. It contains punicic acid, an omega 5 fatty acid that hydrates and prevents moisture loss.

Pomegranate is a powerful fruit rich in polyphenols like anthocyains, ellagic acid, and many other plant polyphenols. These ingredients are the reason why pomegranate extract is so effective as they help to detox the skin of free radicals while also repairing skin that could have been damaged from environmental factors like UV radiation. The anthocyains in pomegranate work similarly to how Vitamin C found in citrus fruit is beneficial for skin—it's not the pomegranate itself, as much as it is what comprises pomegranate.

You can find pomegranate in our fruit of the wild face moisturizer and fruit of the wild serum.

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