Can pumpkins actually be good for your skin?

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It’s Fall and everything seems to be around the pumpkins. The good news is pumpkins can actually be good for your skin. Their orange color is a big hint that they contain the antioxidant beta-carotene as well as fruit enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids which increase cell turn over to brighten skin. Their dose of Vitamin A and C help soften the skin and boost collagen which is always great to prevent the signs of aging. Not only will it help your skin glow but it also is good for your eyes and immune system.


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