I've long promoted eating dark leafy greens for skin beauty. Greens have naturally-occurring essential enzymes and vitamin A which are nutrients to feed your skin.
However, there's another great reason for using greens ON the skin.
Greens have probiotics. If you currently take a probiotic, you may know it protects immunity by balancing overactive yeast in the gut which is the seat of immunity. Skin plays a great role in immunity, too - to simplify, by keeping bad things out and good things in.
Now there's another avenue of protection for your skin with greens.
In this case, we want to look at the role of micro-greens. This encompasses anything from sprouts to baby greens. Typically these are herbs or vegetables that have been harvested a month after germination.
The early harvest process yields a greater concentration of;
In my newest facials, I'll be accessing micro-greens from organic sources to ensure maximum availability of these skin nutrients.
Visit me to experience the hydrating, strengthening effects of micro-greens for your skin.
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