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Uso de la granada en la piel

Pomegranate’s properties for the skin that you didn’t know about

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Natural products should be your first choice for skin care. The secret of their benefits lies in their ingredients, which are free of harsh chemicals, pesticides and fertilisers. Do you know the properties of pomegranate for the skin? This fruit helps to eliminate acne and counteract the negative effect of free radicals, even out skin tone and provide a more radiant texture, among other benefits.

If you haven’t tried natural skin care products, now may be the best time to start. Products that contain chemicals, while they may offer good results in the short term, can cause irritation, sensitivity and clogged pores in the long term.

By contrast, choosing to improve the appearance and health of this organ with ingredients such as pomegranate means boosting harmony with our body, respecting its natural balance and promoting its recovery.

8 Properties of pomegranate for the skin and 8 more for the whole body

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Due to its antioxidant and anti-ageing properties, pomegranate should be part of the daily diet for optimal skin health. Used topically, along with other natural products, it achieves excellent and sustained results over time.

Properties for the skin


Pomegranate is a rich source of vitamin C, which is very effective in treating dull, dry skin. When applied topically on a regular basis, it can reduce its roughness and maintain its hydration.


Having a blemish-free skin is the dream of many people and one of the properties of pomegranate for the skin is precisely this: it helps to lighten it. This fruit nourishes the skin and lightens imperfections and scars. Facial masks made with pomegranate help to exfoliate the skin and improve the tan.

Combat acne

Pomegranate contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin redness and help fight acne. Pomegranate scrubs can be used to remove excess oil from the face and give it a natural glow.

Protection against oxidative stress

Pomegranate protects the skin from sun damage thanks to its polyphenols. Exposure to the sun not only causes tanning and sunburn, but can also cause oxidative stress that drives the appearance of spots and wrinkles.

Cell regeneration

While the seeds of the pomegranate are well known for their benefits, the peel also has a big impact. Peels that use it as a base prevent collagen breakdown and, when applied topically, can promote cell growth. They are also useful in combating acne scars and pimples.

Skin detoxification

Pomegranate benefits the skin by acting as a great detoxifying agent that removes toxins from the skin. Its protective potential of the epidermis delivers a smooth and supple skin, which promotes cell regeneration.

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Less wrinkles

Pomegranates have anti-ageing properties. Its bioflavonoids make it the ideal ingredient for skin protection. Bioflavonoids are known to improve blood circulation, boost the benefits of vitamin C, for their antioxidant power and ability to minimise inflammatory conditions.

Anti-ageing effect

Topical application of pomegranate reduces the appearance of fine lines and helps to maintain visibly younger looking skin, which is also achieved by other natural ingredients such as silicon. It has repairing and healing properties and also promotes collagen production due to its vitamin E content.

Other beneficial properties of pomegranate

Superfood for a healthy diet

The nutrient profile of pomegranate makes it a super fruit. One cup of pomegranate seeds contains about 7 grams of fibre, 3 grams of protein and 30% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C, 36% of vitamin K and 12% of potassium. In addition, this serving contains only 144 calories.

 Relief from stomach problems

Pomegranate is a potent antibacterial and is used as a natural remedy to cure stomach disorders such as diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera. Drinking tea made from pomegranate leaves also helps to recover from indigestion. This fruit has great gastroprotective properties due to its high concentration of antioxidants and can be used to cure abdominal cramps and discomfort.

Weight loss

Pomegranate can inhibit the development of obesity, according to recent studies. It is also high in fibre and low in calories, which means it provides a long-lasting feeling of satiety.

Regulates blood pressure

The benzoic acid found in pomegranates helps reduce cholesterol, triglycerides and lowers blood pressure. The acid works by preventing the negative effect of fats in the body.

Relief from joint pain

The plant compounds in pomegranate have anti-inflammatory effects and are therefore effective in the treatment of conditions such as arthritis. Some studies have shown that pomegranate extracts can block joint-damaging enzymes in people with osteoarthritis.

Improving dental health

The fruit has antibacterial and antifungal properties that prevent plaque build-up in the mouth and also help fight infections and inflammation in the mouth, such as gingivitis and periodontitis.


Being rich in antioxidants, pomegranates neutralise the effect of free radicals in our body. The anti-ageing plant compounds in the fruit also help to stimulate cell regeneration.

Boosting hair growth

The benzoic acid in pomegranate seeds has been found to strengthen hair follicles by stimulating circulation and improving blood flow to the scalp. Pomegranate oil can also be used as a hair massage oil to smooth frizzy hair and deep condition it.

How to take advantage of the properties of pomegranate for the skin

Sun-dried pomegranate peels, when boiled in water, yield a concoction with several benefits. It soothes sore throats, reduces stress and cholesterol levels, and relieves symptoms in menopausal women. To use the peels topically, they must be crushed. To do this, they must first be properly dried in the sun, without any trace of moisture. They must then be ground to a fine powder that can be added to face masks, hair masks and teas.

Pomegranate preparations to improve skin and appearance

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  • Mask for nourishment and illumination. Mix buttermilk, oatmeal, the seeds of a pomegranate and honey in a blender. Grind into a smooth paste and apply topically to the face and neck. Leave on for about 10 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.
  • Cleansing and moisturising hair mask. Prepare 1 cup of yoghurt, add pomegranate seeds and grind to a paste, which is mixed with a teaspoon of lemon juice.  This mask balances sebum secretion and restores shine to dry and dehydrated hair. Simply apply from the scalp and roots to the ends. Leave on for half an hour and then rinse with room temperature water.
  • Tooth whitening mask. Let the pomegranate peel dry in the sun, grind it to a powder and add half a teaspoon with a pinch of salt. Apply to all teeth and gums and leave on for five minutes. Then proceed to the mouthwash.

Other natural products for your skin

In addition to this superfruit, there are other natural products that can be used to boost its beneficial effects, such as rosehip. Some natural products containing rosehip are effective at moisturising, which improves firmness and adds radiance. When combined with silicon, it improves the texture of the epidermis and minimises fine lines.

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Silicon can also be used. For example, Siliplant helps maintain the health and beauty of skin, nails and hair. The skin appears younger and more even by boosting collagen production naturally. At the same time, it regenerates and activates hair growth by preventing hair loss and repairs brittle nails. Its benefits do not end there, as silicon helps to eliminate aluminium and provides joint wellbeing. What are you waiting for to try its effects?

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