The clementine fruit is small, seedless and typically sweet, with less acid content than oranges. Clementines are very good for the skin, largely because of their vitamin C content. Scientific studies have validated the role of vitamin C in the synthesis of collagen, which is a structural component vital for the maintenance of a healthy skin.
Clementines, like most fruits in the orange family, are best enjoyed raw and fresh. Just peel back the skin of the clementine and enjoy its sweet flavor. Often the skin of a clementine is used in marinades and sauces to add a citrusy bite and flavor.