A new face cream made from the flesh of an Australian fruit could help to beat the appearance of wrinkles.
After scientists discovered the anti-ageing power of’ ‘citrus caviar’ – the tiny pearls of flesh found in finger limes which resemble fish roe – the fruit has become the latest must-have cosmetic for those trying to hold back the years.
Finger limes contain a high concentration of vitamin C 44 times greater than the amount found in blueberries. Vitamin C is said to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Boots will be selling Korean beauty brand Too Cool For School’s range of Citrus Lime moisturisers, which cost from £28 for 55ml.
The cream was so popular with customers in South-East Asia there was a 13,000-long waiting list when it first went on sale.
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