Watermelon is high in carotenoids
Carotenoids (7,481 mcg per cup) are actually what gives the watermelon its beautiful reddish color. Your body uses carotenoids to make other useful antioxidants. Antioxidants dramatically reduce inflammation and skin cell damage by absorbing free radical oxygen atoms in your body and on your skin (when topically applied).
It is loaded with vitamin C!
To be precise, one cup of watermelon has about 15mg of Vitamin C in it. Vitamin C will tone the appearance of your skin by its ability to fade aging spots.
High in vitamin A
Vitamin A (865 IU per cup), another antioxidant, is also used for its skin tightening properties and is fat soluble. This means that it will be able to hydrate your skin beyond its first layer, which means that over time the use of topical watermelon will visibly improve the appearance of your skin.
Beta carotene (461 mcg per cup) is great for hydrating the skin. This is especially important for black women because as we get older, dry skin can lead to peeling, discoloration, and even promote the formation of fine lines.
High in potassium
Potassium (170 mg per cup) helps rejuvenate skin cells, more specifically, the rejuvenation of collagen in the skin. Collagen is what gives skin its elasticity, and makes your skin tight and youthful.
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