What They Are, 5 Benefits & Sources

Citrus bioflavonoids are found in citrus fruits, some specialized supplements, and personal care products—such as serums and other topical skin care products.

“The compounds can work topically, but they probably work better if you actually ingest them,” Li explains. “It’s beauty from the inside out.”*

Li recommends getting your citrus bioflavonoids from fruit because the more plants we consume, the better. “Often, these compounds work well with other things as they coexist in nature,” she explains. That means eating plenty of citrus fruits like oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes, and grapefruits.

Additionally, you can choose to leverage a colorful array of citrus bioflavonoids sourced from whole fruits and concentrated in a high-quality supplement (like mbg’s vitamin C potency+).


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