3 Juice Blends That Are Great For Your Skin

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, September 11, 2017

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Summer may have left your skin drier and more sensitive than usual. Between record heat waves and the brutal wildfires raging through the Gorge, it’s a hard time for bare skin in Oregon. Aside from constant hydration and moisturizing, there are a number of other ways to support skin health. Supplements can be a great way to boost collagen production and cell renewal, but there are even more holistic ways to boost your skin’s resilience.

These juice blends have been proven to support skin health while supplying important vitamins and minerals necessary for healthy hair and nails as well.  Bonus – they are all super delicious and a joy to make and drink.

Carrot Apple Blend – Carrots are high in beta-carotene, a proven skin supporter, and sweet apples will help curb your appetite for sweets, which can wreak havoc on your skin. Try adding a touch of fresh ginger to the blend for a spicy snap and its fantastic anti-inflammatory properties.

Spinach Parsley Apple Carrot Blend – Spinach is replete with omega fatty acids, linoleic acid, and alpha-linoleic acid – all crucial for luminous, glowing skin. Parsley is great for reducing water retention and detoxing, and the carrots and apples provide a sweet tang that unifies the all the flavors into one fantastically refreshing juice blend.

Pineapple Apple Cucumber Blend – Pineapple has long been used in exfoliating skin care treatments, but pineapple enzymes do just as much good work from the inside. Cucumber and apple work together to reduce inflammation (a big help for those with acne) and hydrate your skin from the inside out.

For more skin care tricks and tips, visit Laser Smooth Company’s website.

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