Apples are good for your skin

Apples are known for their health benefits. Apples come in a variety of colors, including green, yellow, and red. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Researchers have found a variety of health benefits, from reducing bad cholesterol levels to reducing cancer risk1. Even children’s rhymes celebrate this superfruit, such as “an apple every day keeps the doctor at bay.” Did you know the apple is also a secret weapon for healthy skin?

Apple Extract: Healthy Skin Benefits

Pyrus malus fruit extract, also known as Apple Extract, is excellent for anti-aging, and it smoothes the skin. Apple Extract is rich in antioxidants that protect skin from free radicals and help maintain its youthful elasticity. Apple Extract is mildly acidic, which makes it an excellent exfoliator. It will leave you with soft, nourished skin. It also has a fresh, light fragrance that will revitalize your mood. Apple extract is used in many of our products for the healthiest skin. It is found in the following products: Smooth Affair Facial Primer & Brightener; Smooth Affair Facial Primer for oily skin; Glow Time Mineral BB Cream Full Coverage; BeautyPrep Face Moisturizer and HandDrink Hand Cream.

Eat your way to healthy skin.

Apple Extract applied topically through our products can be beneficial for your skin, but we recommend that you also feed your skin and body from the inside. We recommend that you follow the “apple per day” mantra. We’ve gathered two of our favorite fall apple recipes, just in case you prefer something more decadent to your crisp bites of fruit.

Mulled Cider Recipe


3 Cinnamon sticks (3 Inches)

Three whole cloves

Allspice, full 2 oz

1 Bay Leaf

Apple cider or apple juice in 3 quarts

1/4 cup orange juice

1/4 cup of lemon juice

Orange peel grated to 1 tablespoon

Brown sugar, two tablespoons

Dash salt

Optional: 1 to 1-1/2 cup brandy


Use two layers of cheesecloth to create a spice bag. Place the cloves, bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, and allspice in the bag and close it with kitchen string.

In a large pan, steep the spice bag with a mixture of apple juice, orange and lime juices, orange zest, brown sugar, and salt. Bring the mixture to a rolling boil, then reduce the heat to low and simmer it for 30 minutes.

Pull out the spice bag with care. After that, strain out the cider mixture.

Serve immediately with or without Brandy.