The Prunus cerasus is native to Europe and southwest Asia.The Greeks cultivated sour cherries in 300 BC. In the Americas, Massachusetts colonists planted the first sour cherry, 'Kentish Red', when they arrived. Sour cherry is rich in Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHAs), known to diminish the thickness of the stratum corneum by reducing corneocytes cohesion. They have a positive function in removing dead cells from the upper skin. The mild peeling effect followed by hydration might help in repairing damaged tissue, resulting in a fresh and good-looking complexion.
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