Prevents and Treats Sun Damage
"Topically, carrot juice can help combat sun damage as it contains falcarinol, an antioxidant," said Dr. Purvisha Patel, a board-certified dermatologist and the founder of Visha Skincare. "Also, the carotenes act like a very mild sun protector."
She noted that small baby carrots are better to juice than big ones since they contain more nutrients. Also, topical application or oral consumption of carrot juice does not replace the need to protect your skin from the sun with an SPF; it just offers a bit more protection.