6 Things You Didn’t Know Pineapple Could Do For Your Skin

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From pina coladas to pizza, and tropical juices to sorbets – pineapple has somehow found its way into our most beloved food and drinks.

What most people probably don’t realize as they sip on their happy hour cocktail is just how good pineapple is for you. Rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants – pineapples help boost the immune system, form strong bones and assist with indigestion. They’re also a guilt-free sweet treat that’s super low in calories but high in deliciousness.

Another things pineapples are great for? Your skin.

Here are 6 things you didn’t know pineapple could do for your skin.

 

Keeps it looking youthful

Show the clock who’s boss with the incredible anti-aging properties of pineapple. It is known to packed with antioxidants and alpha-hydroxy acids, the fruit is powerful in fighting skin-damaging free radicals – keeping wrinkles and pigmentation at bay. The Vitamin C in the fruit also helps in cell and tissue repair while boosting collagen production, meaning skin stays firm and youthful.

 

Fades dark spots

A key ingredient in pineapple is ascorbic acid, which is full of enzymes that break down dead skin cells on dark spots – helping minimize their appearance over time.

 

Natural exfoliator

Perhaps one of the most surprising skin benefits of pineapple is that it’s a powerful natural exfoliator. Super rich in AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) that exfoliate dead skin cells, applying the fruit to your skin gets rid of the old to let the new shine through – leaving skin looking bright and happy.

 

Clearer Skin

There’s a very special enzyme known as Bromelain in pineapple. Bromelain is good for all sorts of things, but it’s especially helpful if you experience acne or breakouts. It works to reduce chronic inflammation, a key driver of acne, and helps skin stay calmer, softer and smoother.

 

Minimizes Pores

Being a natural astringent, pineapple is a superhero toner – tightening your skin and minimizing your pores. The beauty of it is that it’s gentle and won’t be too harsh on your complexion.

 

Reduces Wrinkles and Warts

Applied directly onto your face, pineapple juice has the power to ward off moles, warts and wrinkles. If you have sensitive skin, not to worry — the vitamin C found in the summer fruit helps heal and soothe.

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