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Therapy: Mango For Skin

Let us see what benefits the king of fruits brings us to the skin.

Mango Slices

A worthy king never lets anyone go empty-handed. Similar is the case with the king of fruits – mango. It gives you taste, satisfaction and various benefits. Let us see what benefits the king of fruits brings us.

Benefits of Mango for Skin :

  • For your skin, The pulp of the mango is rich in beta carotene which produces vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A rejuvenates the skin and is also a good source of anti-oxidants. This also has a wonderful effect on acne. Vitamin A prevents the appearance of open pores on the skin and also prevents it from looking dull and dry. The AHA or the alpha hydroxyl acids that are there in the skin of the fruit also proves useful as an exfoliant for the skin as well as rejuvenator. It has a magical effect when rub gently directly on the skin with acne.
  • For the body Mango is rich in iron, sodium, potassium, calcium and vitamins A, B and C. It has low calories and a good quantity of fibre. According to dermatologist Satish Bhatia, the phenols and enzymes present in mango promote the growth of healthy hair and skin, improve the immunity system, have anti-cancer properties and also help control diabetes. The fruit is rich in natural sugar and helps in reducing cholesterol. The formation of the hormone serotonin which promotes is promoted by the tryptophan which is present in mangoes. People suffering from anaemia and pregnant are suggested to have this fruit.

Begin your day with a breakfast that includes a big juicy mango. Stay healthy with a glowing skin as you set out to conquer the world.

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Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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