Believed by Egyptians that Pomegranate fruit provides eternity and buried these super fruits along with the dead bodies.
So if that opening line didn't convince you that you need to start incorporating more pomegranate into your life you, I can guarantee the next 4 tips will.
1. Pomegranate has a high amount of anti-oxidants, Vitamin A, vitamin C and iron, which fight against free radicals, stopping them from damaging cells. They also aid in the production of naturally occurring antioxidants in your body that help in regeneration of skin cells. In this way, they help in increasing circulation and aiding in tissue repair and wound healing.
2. It has the ability to soothe dry, cracked and irritated skin as it contains punicic acid, an omega-5 fatty acid that hydrates skin and prevents moisture loss.
The small molecular structure of pomegranate enables it to penetrate deeply into the skin.
3. Kicking Acne's ass. Pomegranate, being a rich source of vitamin C, can regulate the production of sebum, an oily substance secreted by your skin which is the root cause of pimples.
4. Say goodbye to inflammation and other skin problems like eczema, psoriasis. Pomegranate seeds have really good anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Aiding in the relief Irritated skin.
When you grind Pomegranate seeds up, they'll release all of their nutrients into your skin, enriching it from the outside in.
So now you know why we're obsessed with pomegranate's and why including them in our body scrub was a no brainer.