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A watermelon website just would not be complete without some delicious, mouth-watering watermelon recipes. Here you’ll find dozens of recipes that will be a treat to your pallet, and improve your health.

No more throwing away the rind of your watermelons. High in Citrulline, watermelon rinds can be turned into tasty and healthy salads, desserts, soups, sauces, and cakes.


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Watermelon Toner for Oily Skin

You know what day today is.  You've been looking forward to it all week.  Nothing is going to stand in your way tonight.

Watermelons could just be nature's perfect skin care product. It is high in beta-carotene, water, antioxidants as well as a vitamins A, B6, and C, potassium, iron, calcium, and fiber. The seeds contain selenium, essential omega 6 and omega 9 fatty acids, zinc, and vitamin C all of which help fight free radical damage and aging. Watermelon is loaded with citrulline, an amino acid credited with helping skin's healing and regenerative processes. It also contains lycopene, which packs twice the punch of the better known beta-carotene which protects skin from sun damage. Watermelons are high in glutathione, which helps cleanse food of the hazards of oxidized fat. 






  • 2 T fresh watermelon juice
  • 1 T vodka
  • 2 T watch hazel
  • 2 T distilled water






  1. Strain the watermelon juice to get rid of seeds and pulp. Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and stir well. Pour into a clean container with a tight-fitting lid. Apply to face with a cotton swab or round.
  2. To use: Pour a small amount on a clean cotton pad and apply it to your face. Store in your refrigerator between uses to retain freshness.  The toner will keep approximately one week.



Only make as much as you need for one treatment, unless otherwise instructed. These recipes do not contain chemicals to prevent the natural ingredients from souring.