In the lushness and humidity of the river and lake areas of the Peruvian Amazon jungle, a wild shrub with a height of six or seven feet called Camu-Camu or Myrciaria Dubia (scientific name) grows. Similar to cherry, lemon green in color and acidic in flavor, it is used by indigenous people to heal and heal wounds. It is also said to relieve burns due to its high regenerative power.
The inhabitants of this area of the jungle have a reputation for being long-lived and looking very young due to the firmness of their skin … Coincidence?
The camu-camu will help you achieve a more radiant face, fill your skin with radiance and become a healthy addiction. Scientists have verified that it has a high concentration of ascorbic acid, which is a magnificent antioxidant, and natural vitamin C, which makes its use highly recommended in the prevention and treatment of influenza and viral and bacterial diseases.
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Indigenous women use it as a cosmetic. Simpler, impossible! They rub the pulp on the face to lighten the spots, thus giving it shine and softness. The juice of the camu-camu moisturizes the face and when drying it turns into a mask.
Tones your skin
If you include the camu-camu in your diet, you will be able to show off a youthful complexion for a long time and if your goal is a smooth skin, the camu-camu will become your great ally. Containing collagen, it provides great elasticity to the face and prevents sagging. There you have it, the secret of eternal youth courtesy of nature.