There is no lack of nutrition in pomegranate which is internationally recognized as “Punica Granatum Extract”. It most probably originated in Persia and cultivated and extended to Arabia, India, Afghanistan, and China. Ancient Ayurveda used this fruit as the medicine of fever and the Greeks used it to cure diabetes and the Egyptians used it to fight with intestinal worms. Its leaves, juice, seed, roots, skin – every part was used in the ancient world, and now it is a well-known skin care property that is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C that prevent your skin from the damage caused by free radicals. Pomegranate works as a protector of the outer layer of your skin and regenerator of the inner layers of your skin i.e. epidermis and dermis. It provides you with healthy skin that is fully free from the waste tissues and wounds. It increases the blood circulation so that your skin does not confront any damage like sun burns, skin cancers, or photo-aging effect. Pomegranate always promotes collagen and elastin so that you get smooth, firm, and wrinkle-free skin. Not only that, the pomegranate oil also prevents acne, scarring, breakouts, irritation, and it is suitable for every type of skin. Also, pomegranate seeds can be used as the face exfoliator and skin glow enhancer.