Inca Inchi Your Way To Better Skin
INCA INCHI (inkuh inchee) / n. / 1. Scientific name Plukenetia volubilis, a perennial plant native to the Amazonian rain forest; / n. / 2. / A serrated, star-shaped fruit with seeds that resemble almonds; / n. / 3. / An oil rich in protein, omega fatty acids, iodine, and vitamin A, with superfood accreditation; / n. / 4. / A mild, nutty-flavored cooking aid; / n. / 5. / An essential fatty acid-rich elixir that, when applied topically, effectively fights free radical damage, e.g., “Add flavor to a salad and help protect the skin from oxidative stress with Inca Inchi.”
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