The Ultimate Skin Smoothie - Recipe

Healthy beautiful skin is not just about what you do, and don't put on your skin. It's also about what you feed your body and your mind. (In fact, we even send a link to free meditations on with every order).

What most people don't realise is that although some foods are absolutely not great for your skin - what we're NOT putting in our body is often a more significant issue, than what we are consuming. And in these situations, what's really needed is a nutritional boost.

So, we thought we'd share our Ultimate Skin Smoothie Recipe with you.

In a blender - blend together until really smooth -

  • Handful of fresh spinach (or any green leafy vegetables)
  • 10cm of a cucumber
  • Half an avocado
  • 2 celery stalks
  • Half an apple
  • 2 tbsp of colloidal minerals
  • 1 tbsp of MCT oil (or coconut oil)
  • Water to the consistency you like it

If your skin tends to be dry or scaly also add a teaspoon of Evening Primrose Oil which your skin will love.

NB. We recommend TJ Clark colloidal minerals.

Variations: You can use any green leafy vegetables. If you add beet leaves they are an amazing source of potassium.

If you can’t find MCT oil (this is an extract of coconut oil) you can use coconut oil or just leave it out, though this excellent oil is great for the skin and brain.

Give it a whirl - super food for super skin. Daily is exceptional - or as often as you can. You will look and feel amazing in no time at all :-).

By Suzanne Hall - Internationally Acclaimed Natural Skincare Scientist and winner of 28 international awards. About Suzanne Hall

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