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Good Health Choices - - Be Nourished -

Essen­tial leafy greens

Dark leafy greens, such as spinach and kale, pro­vide an­tiox­i­dants that pro­tect against the free rad­i­cals that break down col­la­gen.

Nu­tri­tious & dairy-free milk

Al­mond milk is a nu­tri­tious al­ter­na­tive to cow’s milk. The high lev­els of vi­ta­min E will help pro­tect and re­pair your skin.

Banana Base

This fruit is al­ways a great base for a smoothie, but did you know that it also con­tains potas­sium and vi­ta­mins E and C, which pro­mote clear skin?

Light sprin­kle

If you want to add a lit­tle tex­ture to your smoothie bowl, opt for a sprin­kle of grated dark choco­late or sun­flower seeds. The seeds are packed with nutri­ents that are key for healthy skin and the co­coa in dark choco­late helps im­prove thick­ness and hy­drates skin.

Anti-age­ing top­pings

Burst­ing with com­plex­ion­boost­ing prop­er­ties, co­conut nour­ishes, pro­tects and mois­turises your skin from within.

Add flavour with a hand­ful of fresh berries, which con­tain an­tiox­i­dants.

Healthy fats

Throw in half an av­o­cado – the healthy fats they con­tain keep skin flex­i­ble and mois­turised.

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