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Botanical Description: Sugar is a sweet-tasting, water-soluble carbohydrate found in the sap of certain plants, primarily sugarcane and sugar beet. It is commonly used as a sweetener in food and beverages.

Cosmetic Benefits: Sugar is commonly used in skincare products as a natural exfoliant. Its granular texture helps remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and improve skin texture, leaving the skin smooth and radiant. Sugar also contains glycolic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that promotes skin renewal and brightens the complexion.

Scientific Overview: Sugar is composed of glucose and fructose molecules, which provide energy to the body when consumed. In skincare, sugar is used as an exfoliant to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover.

Cultivation and Harvest: Sugarcane and sugar beet plants are cultivated in tropical and temperate regions worldwide for their sap, which is rich in sugar. The plants are harvested when mature, and the sap is extracted and processed to obtain sugar.

Plant Morphology: Sugarcane is a tall, perennial grass with thick, jointed stems and fibrous roots. Sugar beet is a biennial plant with a large, fleshy root that stores sugar. Both plants have green leaves and produce flowers, although the flowers of sugarcane are rarely seen.


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