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Updated on October 21, 2012

Herbal Skin Recipes

Natural anti-aging remedies are the best you can come across. Everyone these days are so quick to have plastic surgery, plastic surgery is not always necessary. I am one who believes in using natural and/or herbal recipes for skin cream moisturizers, and skin care products. Did you know you can make your anti-aging creams? Its really not difficult, and its not hard to do.

I came across this information, and I thought it was anawesome find. So I said why not share this information. I know you are probably thinking I wouldn't know how, or where to begin to make natural anti-aging and anti-wrinkle creams at home.

 
 

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A Young You From The Inside Out

What we eat is just as important for our skin, as what we put on

our skin.


Kiwifruit:


Its fuzzy brown exterior hides a bright green interior chock full of cancer fighting fiber and vitamin C. Vitamin C may also play a role in the prevention of cataracts.

Mango:


Brimming with beta caritebe abd vitamin C, the anticancer

antioxidants, plus vitamin B6 and copper.

USDA research has found still another health benefit of

vitamin C, it helps lower blood pressure.

Orange Juice:


The classic source of vitamin C with a kick, folic acid,

which helps prevent birth defects and may protect against

cervical cancer. Other citrus fruits and juices also

contain limonoids, substances that animal studies show

can activate detoxifying enzymes in the body, possibly

cutting cancer risk. Smokers may want a double dose

of O.J. Their vitamin C requirement is twice that of

nonsmokers.

Pears:


A super source of fiber.

In addition to all its other benefits, fiber (when combined

with a low fat diet) can lessen the risk of developing

polyps in the colon, which may be a precursor to cancer.

Pears also provide some vitamin C, potassium and boron.

They contain for a very potent antidixants and vitamin C

the folic acid, flavonoids and beta-carotene (provitamin A).


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