Avocados contain incredible amount of essential nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants.
Avocado Peel Has Twice The Antioxidants In The Flesh
The peel is a storehouse of nutrients and provides the fruit with natural resistance to pests and diseases, thanks to its antifungal properties. However, as the fruit ripens, the antifungal properties decrease.
A study found that the avocado peel has more antioxidants than the fruit flesh.
The inside of the avocado peel/skin is a wonderful and mild exfoliant because of its texture. And the benefits of the avocado flesh is very amazing for your skin. it’s anti-aging… it’s a natural sunscreen, helping to protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays… the healthy oils are a natural moisturizer… they help to reduce inflammation… It’s just an all around excellent thing for your face. And with this tip, you’re not having to scoop and mash and mix anything for a mask… you’re using something that’s already in your hands… just in a different way!
Due to avocados’ healthy fats and phytonutrients, they offer amazing benefits to human skin – both when eaten and when used topically. Avocado oil has been used extensively for its ability to heal and soothe the skin. This use is based on the high Vitamin E content of the pulp and oil, which may help dry skin.
How to Use the Peel
Rub the peel over your face or hair, or scrape it the last pieces of avocado out. Leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse off!