Get Your Glow On With Our Skin Boosting Smoothie

19th August 2021
Close up shot of Pour Moi models with clear skin

Beautiful, glowing and healthy skin starts from the inside out. Whilst a good skincare routine is important, it’s essential that you’re feeding your body with the nourishing foods to support your skin from within. Fueling your body with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants can play a really important part for a glowing complexion. 

There are often deeper issues and causes behind skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis that can’t necessarily be managed or cleared through nutrition alone. Many skin conditions require treatments to help achieve transformational results. Although supportive nutrition does play a big part in promoting healthy skin.  

Nourish your skin with nutritious recipes

Healthy green smoothie with chopped strawberries

The good news is that recipes containing essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants don’t have to be boring or tasteless. We’ve created a nourishing and tasty smoothie to make you feel and look your best that can be enjoyed at any part of the day! Containing a rich source of fibre, protein and omega-3 fats, this delicious smoothie helps to improve skin health and digestion, as well as helping to flush toxins from the body.  

Enjoy this smoothie first thing in the morning for breakfast or as a healthy snack during the day. Containing strawberries, pineapple, mango and oranges your skin is about to be hit with a healthy dose of vitamin A & C! Antioxidants and anti-inflammatories will help to delay the appearance of wrinkles, premature ageing and help prevent skin issues. This recipe serves two, so why not share with your bestie and get your glow on! 

Skin boosting smoothie 

Ingredients  

Serves 2 

240ml of coconut water 

120ml of water 

30g spinach 

15g kale 

1tbsp ground flaxseeds 

50g strawberries * 

100g pineapple chunks * 

100g mango chunks * 

1 large orange * 

 

Method 

Add the coconut water, water, spinach, kale and ground flaxseeds to a blender and blend on high for around one minute. Once you’re happy with the consistency add strawberries, pineapple chunks, mango chunks and orange and blend on high for a further minute. Once the fruit has been mixed, taste to test. If you like it a bit sweeter add some honey or agave for an extra sweet kick. 

You can use frozen fruit instead of fresh fruit as it still holds a good amount of nutritional value. 

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