Carrots and Carrot Juice were regarded by the ancient healers as the 'herbal healer' of skin. Carrots are rich in antioxidants which fight tissue damage caused by free radicals, help rejuvenate sun-exposed and mature skin and may help with wrinkles. The soothing properties of carrots have been used to treat dermatitis, eczema, and rashes. The fresh root, finely chopped, has been used as a beauty mask for the face. Carrots were first cultivated in 500 BC in the Mediterranean regions. They were introduced in Europe 1600's and ladies used the feathery tops as decoration for hats and wore them in their hair.
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