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Ecologists believe red pigments in deciduous trees act as sunscreen, antioxidants and antifreeze so the trees can hold on to dying leaves longer while absorbing more of the nutrients produced by photosynthesis.
This mask is made from the Japanese beautyberry, a violet fruit (hence the coloring) packed with antioxidants, and it's loaded with vitamin C and AHAs, which will leave your skin brighter and smoother after just 20 minutes of use.
Another Soko Glam award-winning product, these pads are made using resveratrol, an ingredient found in red wine that's rich in antioxidants, to help with the exfoliating process.
The versatile veggie is packed with antioxidants—and there are so many ways to enjoy it.
Scientists have already conducted over 100 clinical trials on the antioxidant-like compounds found in the curry spice, called curcuminoids.
Cocoa is also a nutrient packed antioxidant and will help to minimize pores and even out skin tone.
And the goji berries used in the Riesling jelly are a superfood full of health-enhancing antioxidants and nutrients.
The fruit's good fat also significantly boosts the absorption of certain antioxidants and fat-soluble vitamins, which hitch a ride with fat to get transported from the digestive system into the blood stream.
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