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Watermelon makes for the best juice for glowing skin.


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  • Author: JuiceFeaster
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 40 fl oz 1x


Juicing is a great way to support skin health, and not just for hydration! In this recipe, I feature the beloved watermelon, adding in some other antioxidant powerhouses to make you the best juice for glowing skin. I can’t get enough of this when it’s watermelon season because it tastes so good and is wonderful for my skin!


Units Scale
  • 12 c Watermelon
  • 3” Thumb of Turmeric
  • 3” Thumb of Ginger
  • 2 Limes


  1. Chop up the watermelon (leaving the rind on is optional).
  2. Scrub the turmeric and ginger.
  3. Peel the lime (optional).
  4. Run the ingredients through your juicer and enjoy!!!


I typically use seeded watermelon whenever I can find it. It’s usually sweeter and juicing the seeds isn’t a problem. Regarding leaving the rind on or not when juicing is a personal preference. Sometimes I do and others I don’t. The benefit of juicing the rind is getting the additional nutrients found there. The downside is that doing so will dilute the overall sweetness level of the juice.

For both roots (like turmeric and ginger) as well as citrus (in small quantities), I juice them with the skin on. Again, the reason is to get the added benefits found there. I wouldn’t recommend this with citrus juice if you’re using more than two small pieces of fruit, as the bitterness from the skin oils can significantly impact the flavor.

  • Prep Time: 10 min
  • Category: Skin Health