If you are what you eat, then what does that make your skin? In this case, it’s all grapes, pomegranate, apples, and even rosehip. Your skin is your largest organ, feed it well.
Kosmea: Rosehip Oil
Eighth Natural Wonder Revitalising Facial Serum
Rosehip Seed Oil has been getting a lot of play lately for its ability to wake up and nourish the skin. Rose Hips are the fruit of the rose plant used to make tea and jams but the oil within the seeds is what Kosmea’s uses, all 100% certified organic and full of vitamins and omegas. Because it’s so beneficial, it’s extremely effective for all skin types to help balance out whatever skin concern you’re fighting.
Grapes are good for the heart (hurray for wine), and just as good for the skin. Caudaíle built an entire line around its effectiveness in fact. Their new VenoPerfect Serum quenches all skin types with grape seed goodness doing what grapes do best; fade dark spots. It’s a chemical-free way to lighten up sun spotted areas of the face and chest that makes skin look like it’s glowing.
Two words: Stem cells. Well, apple stem cells, so technically three. In a perfect instance of nature meeting technology, MyChelle is using the best of the fruit to revitalize the skin and protect it from environmental damage. Super peptides prevent skin discoloration and even out its texture. It’s a vegan, gluten-free, and EcoCert (organic) formula that encourages the overall wellness of your skin.
Pomegranate is a super antioxidant that keeps skin younger looking by sealing pollutants out. Besides the hydrating and firming effects if offers, I especially like its almost water-like consistency that disappears into the skin without a trace leaving your usual skincare routine uninterrupted.
I like the idea of these fodd based products though I still believe that the vitamin Cserum from E Burnham is the best product for skin care nourishment