Not up for a diet overhaul? Get your skin in shape with a superfood packed beauty regimen instead.
If you’re on a healthy eating kick for the New Year, don’t let your body have all the fun.
These beauty goodies are either inspired by or actually packed with superfoods that work just as hard on your body as they do in it. So if you’re not up for an actual juice cleanse, at least let your skin and nails reap the benefits.
This cleanser and face cream duo combines antioxidant rich superfoods: kale, spinach, and green tea to moisturize and protect skin from environmental stressors.
It looks, smells and pretty much has ingredients good enough to eat, but you’ll want to keep this completely clean and green (literally and figuratively) skin smoother on the outside of your body. A blend of matcha green tea, coconut milk powder, sugar cane and a hint of lime will leave skin soft and sweet.
Honey soothes and moisturizes while the pure crushed almond grains gently exfoliate.
Superfood acai, along with almond oil and fig extract, packs skin with nourishing enzymes and nutrients, leaving it soft, supple and moisturized.
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This trio of age-old skin boosters is an easy recipe for glowing skin. Turmeric helps perfect and clear your complexion, sesame seed oil improves texture and radiance and papaya seed oil gently exfoliates.
Add any of these six new treatment blends with ingredients like Brussels sprouts and kale, to your skincare regimen to treat specific concerns from blemishes to tired skin.
If your skin needs a bit of a brightening boost, try this mask with a combo of kale, papaya, and lime to help blur large pores and fade dark spots.
Fermented quinoa extract, high in protein, helps boost moisture levels in skin. Macadamia nut oil also gets deep down into skin with its moisturizing properties while sesame seed oil works on texture and elasticity.
Plump up skin naturally before applying makeup with a Greek yogurt cocktail, filled with probiotics, proteins and antioxidants.