I’m a huge advocate of inner beauty and that what you eat/ what goes into your body really affects your skin. Especially with 2017 being the worst year for my skin EVER in my life, I’ve been extra careful about the things I eat, especially since the beginning of this year. With my sensitive skin, my face immediately acts up if I eat chocolate, extremely salty food, fried, or sweet food. If possible, I try to avoid these types of food as much as I can or just have a little!
Inner Beauty Recipe: What I Eat To Maintain Healthy, Glowing Skin
Today, I want to share my inner beauty recipe, especially the two things I do every single day to maintain healthy, glowing skin.
Every morning, I take the Antioxidant Inner Beauty Boost by The Beauty Chef. I’ve mentioned this product before and it’s become a daily supplement I’ve taken for about 2-3 months now. I use the bottle cap for measurement, and fill it up to mix it in with a half cup of water (or sparkling water). The taste? Not delicious, but it’s not bad either. Kind of just tastes like tea, but lighter?
The main reason why I started adding this to my daily routine is because the Antioxidant Inner Beauty Boost helps me in the following ways:
- Rich in natural digestive enzymes and probiotics
- Helps with tired-looking skin
- Boost the immune system
- Brings out a healthy, radiant glow from within
- Gets rid of hormonal breakouts and milia (white bumps on the face)
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll see this purple smoothie that I drink frequently in my stories. I call it my Beauty Juice, but it’s more of a smoothie packed with ingredients that are extra good for my body/skin. It’s also helped me tremendously to get a cleaner, smoother face over the past couple of months. I make myself a cup every night and I’ve recently started making some for my dad since he’s been loving it as well!
My Beauty Juice recipe:
- 1 spoon of Cacao Nibs: Very rich in antioxidants that help absorb the bad boys damaging the body
- 2 spoons of Sugar-Free Plain Yogurt: Contains lots of vitamins + good bacteria
- Frozen Blueberries (as much as I want, but usually about 20): Blueberries do a great job with brightening up dull or sun-damaged skin
- 1 spoon of Almond Powder: Revitalizes the skin; almonds include a wide range of vitamins, proteins, and minerals!
- 1 spoon of Camu Powder: Packed with Vitamin C; It contains 43 times more Vitamin C than oranges!
- 1/2 cup of Almond Milk: Low in calories, dairy-free, high in vitamin D, helps with lowering blood pressure
- 1 spoon of Organic Honey: Great for complexion boost + acne treatment and prevention
I use a blender and drink a cup every night before going to sleep! I know it seems like a LOT but the results have absolutely been worth it for me. The Beauty Juice helped my skin tremendously. In particular, I’ve developed this healthy glow that my friends and family definitely notice and comment on.
Each person may react differently depending on skin concerns, so I cannot absolutely guarantee results. This is what personally worked for me and I wanted to share the information with you all. Thank you for reading and hope everyone has a great rest of the week! (: