The Spice-Rack Staple For Skin, Paprika
Is Paprika good for the skin? Find out this and more on this Allure Magazine article, which features Dr. Green.
Paprika is also a great source of the carotenoid beta-carotene, “which the body converts to vitamin A in the body,” says dermatologist Michele S. Green. “It can help prevent and treat some age and sun spots, as well.”
Green and other dermatologists both recommend mixing paprika with honey, an effective natural moisturizer, to make an easy at-home face mask. Eating Paprika also has its dermatological benefits too.