Cranberries may be a perennial source of debate at Thanksgiving dinner but in the skincare community, the verdict is clear: cranberries are a wonderful source of antioxidants, so don’t hold back when they come around the table this year. Cranberries are actually a type of acidic berries that are rich in vitamin C and believed to contain excellent infection fighting properties. A source of phytochemicals known as condensed tannins, these berries are a powerful antioxidant and natural antiseptic with an anti-inflammatory effect. So eat your cranberries!
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