Benefits of eating guava for skin

Eating guava especially red guava is super food for healthy, young and vibrant skin. 
Guava has exceptionally high antioxidant properties which will help to neutralize free radicals. 
Eating guava helps to reduces the sign of age-related diseases, aging, including wrinkled and saggy skin.
Guava has high vitamin content and ability to improve skin texture along with dark or brown spots caused due to aging or premature aging.
Lack of luster in skin or dull skin can easily makes one look old before the time. 
The main cause of dull skin is melanin. Melanoma cells contains “tyrosine” substance. 
This tyrosinase oxidation is responsible for production of produce melanin and when this get accumulated on the skin surface for very long time. 
After that it will lead to dull complexion of skin and other dark spots on the skin.
Moderate intake of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and collagen stimulating food can be a great help to avoid dull skin or lack of luster in skin. It will also prevent skin from aging prematurely and help to keep skin wrinkle free for very long time.
Guava fruit is good source of Vitamin A, and flavonoids like beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein and cryptoxanthin.
These compounds are well known for their antioxidant properties.
Eating guava helps to maintain healthy mucus membranes and skin.


Studies has shown that 100 g of pink guava fruit provides 5204 µg of lycopene, which is nearly twice the amount than in tomatoes
100 g of tomatoes contains just 2573 µg of lycopene.
Collagen is the foundation of skin. As we grow older or aging and loss, skin lacks elasticity, metabolism slows down, resulting in dull, and fine lines. 
To keep skin elastic, in addition to drinking plenty of water outside, eat foods that helps to build collagen like guava.


Guava is an excellent source of Vitamin C 

Eating guava act as anti-free radicals, inhibit melanin production, promote collagen and helps to get rid of dark spots from the skin.
Guava fruit contains about four times the amount of vitamin C as an orange.
100 g  of fresh guava fruit provides 228 mg of vitamin C, which is three times more than the DRI (daily-recommended intake).
Studies has shown that lycopene in pink guavas prevents skin damage from UV rays and offers protection from prostate cancer.
Oil made up of guava seeds are exceptionally good for the skin. 
Guava seed oil is rich source of beta carotene,vitamin Avitamin Ccopperzinc and selenium.
All this will make skin look young, wrinkle-free, firm and helps you get rid of dark or brown spots that occur due to aging.
Guavas that are red-orange tend to have more polyphenol and carotenoid content than yellow-green ones so prefer eating the one with red-orange flesh color.
The guava fruit flesh just underneath the outer thick rind contains exceptionally higher levels of vitamin C than its inner creamy pulp.