The 3 Wonders of Watermelon Extract for Skin

The 3 Wonders of Watermelon Extract for Skin
by Truly Beauty

 Watermelon isn’t just the perfect summer fruit – it’s also the perfect skincare ingredient. Rich in potassium, amino acids, and vitamins A, C, and B, watermelon extract for skin can help make your complexion look younger, firmer, and utterly glowing. Thanks to its high-water content, this fruit is extremely hydrating and can even minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots.



Watermelon originates from southern Africa. It derives from a vine-like flowing plant which produces yellow and white flowers and creates the distinctive oval summer fruit we all know and love.

How is watermelon extract made? It is produced via a cold process in order to prevent potential loss of vitamins that heat processing can have. The concentrate is then dissolved in water and glycerin at a concentration of 80% to 20%.



There are a number of watermelon extract skincare benefits thanks to its slew of antioxidant properties. Let’s take a look at the top 3 benefits of watermelon extract.


It Takes Photoaging

Because watermelon extract is filled with antioxidants, this makes it highly useful in the treatment of photoaging. There are two types of aging that humans experience. First, there’s chronological aging – you know, the natural process of getting older every day. Then there’s photoaging, a process that has nothing to do with how old you are, but lifestyle choices that affect skin quality.

Photoaging happens mostly from exposing your skin to UV rays. Both UV/A and UV/B produce free radicals, molecules with only one atom instead of two that can damage other surrounding molecules.

The antioxidants in watermelon extract fight off those free radicals, enabling your skin to recover from its loss of elastin and collagen. This results in a firmer, more youthful appearance.

Due to watermelon extract’s high content of vitamin C and E, it is able to deeply penetrate the skin owing to their small molecular weight. According to studies, antioxidant protection is significantly higher when vitamins C and E are used together.

And let’s not forget watermelon’s most potent antioxidant of all: lycopene. Lycopene is responsible for giving watermelon its deep red color, and it’s one of the most powerful antioxidants out there.


It Quenches Thirsty Skin

As you already know from eating watermelon, this fruit contains a high-water content. So of course, by applying it to the skin, you are feeding your skin with vitamin-enriched water.

Even people who don’t consider their skin as dry may have dehydrated skin. That’s why watermelon extract can be a useful addition to your skincare routine. If you crave dewy, hydrated skin, watermelon extract is your best choice. Plus, it’s really gentle so you don’t need to worry about it irritating your skin in the process. Which brings us to the next point.


It Calms Inflamed Skins

Did you know that for generations in Korea, people have used watermelon to comfort aggravated skin? It’s not really surprising. Simply eating a watermelon on a hot summer’s day is enough to calm your mind and cool your body down, so why wouldn’t it do the same for your skin?

Watermelon extract calms inflammation, reduces redness, and also speeds up the skin cell turnover process.

According to California-based dermatologist Anna Guanche, “Korean grandmothers used to rub watermelon rinds on sunburn, rashes, or irritated skin to soothe it and help it recover faster.” She continued, “Cooling masks where watermelon rind is combined with avocado or banana can help with healing.”

Consuming watermelon also promotes antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.



While watermelon is packed with nutrients, ingesting watermelon might not have as many benefits as applying watermelon extract topically.

Research shows that the body metabolizes the watermelon and that it ends up going to other organs in the body, rather than to the biggest organ of all: your skin. In other words, you lose a lot of its beneficial properties when you consume this fruit. As little as 1-3% makes their way to the skin.

Topical application of watermelon extract may be your better option if you’re looking to yield the most benefits. Still, experts suggest doing both: drink the juice for its cardiovascular protection and nourishment, and apply it topically to reap its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.



Your face may be on display from morning to evening, but that doesn’t mean your darling derrière doesn’t deserve some TLC of its own. Buns Of Glowry Glow & Tighten Butt Serum will treat your skin like royalty.

This lightweight formula made with vitamin E, hibiscus extract, beetroot and watermelon extract, will strengthen, perk, and hydrate the skin, leaving you with a lit-up booty.



Truly’s nutrient-packed butt serum will soothe, tone and improve the overall appearance of dimply skin.

Aside from the antioxidant-rich watermelon extract, this product is also formulated with bitter orange and apricot – two other antioxidant powerhouses.

Bitter orange is rich in flavones and flavanones that help reduce dimply skin by stimulating microcirculation and promoting the draining of tissues. As for apricot, it’s brimming with minerals, acids, and phenolic compounds that deliver hydrating and tightening effects.



Apply 4-5 drops to the bum area after showering. Rub in well until fully absorbed. For best results, apply when the skin is slightly damp for maximum absorption.

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