Beauty With Lemons
Beauty Benefits of Lemons Including Its Powerful Antioxidant Qualities
Let’s take a look at one of Mother Nature’s most wonderful beauty fruits full of antioxidants! Used for over 1,000 years for medicinal purposes and backed by scientific research, lemons are a true gift to our body and certainly our skin. You will find lemon oil is only one of our superstar ingredients in our Charcoal Exfoliating Age Defying Masque.
Lemons (lemon oil) have been used to treat a broad range of health conditions. They have an excellent benefit of cleansing toxins and purifying skin from any part of the body. One of the most wonderful aspects of lemons is d-limonene, a powerful antioxidant, which is extremely nourishing and may improve your dull complexion.
Lemons are one of nature’s best premature aging secrets! With Citric acid and Vitamin C, lemon oil protects skin cells from premature aging by fighting oxygen-stealing free radicals helping to reduce and prevent wrinkles and fine lines.
Leave your skin soft and supple with Lemon Oil – happier skin!
Other Incredible Beauty Benefits of Lemons
- Nourishes the skin and helps with numerous skin issues.
- Helps Digestion – drink more lemon water!
- Acts as a Natural Flush making your liver and lymph system happy.
- Boost your Immune System – Full of Vitamin C means it’s also good for the adrenals and can potentially help reduce the effects of stress!
- Happier Skin – With collagen production effects from Vitamin C, lemons can lead to clear, smooth, and supple skin.
- Oral health and remedy for halitosis (bad breath).
- Hair highlights – Add a few drops of lemon oil to a spray bottle of water and spritz hair and go out in the sun for natural highlights.
- Teeth Whitener – Mix lemon essential oil, baking soda and coconut oil and rub on your teeth for 2 minutes.
- Nail Rescue – apply lemon oil to your nails to soften cuticles and restore health to your nails.
- Softens calluses, corns, and bunions – Apply lemon essential oil consistently to your hardened skin conditions, and the lemon oil will soften those areas.
Interesting fact: Lemon oil comes from cold-pressing the lemon peel and not the inner fruit. The peel is the most nutrient dense portion of the lemon in terms of fat soluble phytonutrients.