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Taking good care of your skin can become a hassle sometimes. Pimple outbreaks, black heads and acne, among many other things, can take away your skin’s natural glow.

Vitamin C is linked with healthier skin and hair and plays an important role in the production of collagen – responsible for skin tightening. Adding a small quantity of the water-soluble vitamin in your diet can improve your overall outlook.

Here are 5 drinks to keep your skin healthy and fresh:

Orange and Ginger

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Orange is loaded with vitamin C – according to the Institute of Medicine, 100 grams of oranges contains 64% of the daily value for the Vitamin. Ginger, famously known as a healing plant, is also linked with reducing inflammation and tackling cellulite.

To make the juice:

  1. Juice two oranges and one carrot separately
  2. Shake the juice with turmeric powder and ginger in a blender for 30 seconds
  3. Squeeze half a lemon
  4. Strain and serve

Pineapple Panna

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Pineapple is another fruit rich in Vitamin C. Pineapple Panna can serve as a delicious punch for your daily skin care routine.

To make the Panna:

  1. Roast 4 fresh pineapples until its well cooked
  2. Peel the roasted fruit and cut into small sized cubes
  3. Squish the juice out of the pineapple and add black pepper, roasted cumin powder, black salt, lemon juice and sugar to the mixture
  4. Chill the drink and serve with mint garnish

Mango Kiwi smoothie

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Abundant in nutrients, the lemonade can serve as a good refreshment to beat the heat.

To make the smoothie:

  1. In a glass of ice cubes, add mango concentrate, grenadine, kiwi juice and water
  2. Shake the mixture well and serve with a slice of mango

Peach Cooler

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Peaches provide 15% of your daily Vitamin C needs and can serve as an effective fruit in keeping your skin health in check. It helps get rid of dark circles and blemishes and also plays a major role in reducing wrinkles – the reason it’s a common ingredient in many anti-aging creams. It also tightens skin pores and prevent pimples from popping up.

To make the chiller:

  1. Freeze 2 peaches and sugar syrup overnight.
  2. Add the frozen ingredients into a blender with dry vermouth and shake until smooth
  3. Garnish with mint leaves and peach cubes, and serve immediately

Pineapple ginger lemonade

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While ginger is rich in antioxidants, pineapple is loaded with Vitamin C- it has almost 79% Vitamin C content. Further, lemon – also abundant with the water-soluble vitamin – can help brighten up the skin and is a great antioxidant.

To make the lemonade:

  1. Add 1 pineapple, 2 tablespoon lemon juice and one small piece of ginger in a blender
  2. Add ice cubes, honey and water and shake well
  3. Strain and serve chilled

If consumed on regular basis, the juices can show effective results and help retain the natural glow of your skin!


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