Youth potion

youth potion

Everyone is looking for a magical potion, something to reverse the signs of aging in just a few sips. What if I told you that the solution had been sitting right in front of you the whole time!

It’s a well known fact that fruit is good for you, but have you ever questioned why it’s good for you? As you know the list of benefits from eating fruits are endless but let’s focus on what’s important …. our skin!!

There are a few fruits that are amazing when it comes to anti-aging and nourishing our skin but knowing which ones can be difficult. So I thought I would share this amazing chart I found and some delicious recipes to help you look younger and feel better.

Another great tip as we are coming into the warmer months is to replace a smoothie with a frappe! A combination of delicious coconut water, fruit and ice, instead of using milk! Healthy, anti-aging and delicious.

Coconut water hydrates the skin, helping to make it look more supple and youthful. Some studies have suggested that the antioxidants and cytokinins present in coconut water have an age defying effect on the skin. It also has significant anti-carcinogenic and anti-thrombotic properties, which help to slow the skin’s natural aging process. Plus it’s a nice cooling and refreshing beverage in the warmer months.

Pro Tip * Make every smoothie a Youth Smoothie!

Add a scoop of *freezeframe COLLAGENESIS INSIDE OUT* to give your smoothie the power packed collagen punch your skin deserves! COLLAGENESIS INSIDE OUT contains 2/3 Pure Marine Collagen Peptide and 1/3 Pure Pomegranate extract. Pomegranate extract is a powerful superfood with anti-glycation and anti oxidant properties.

Glycation (caused by sugar) is one of the main causes of collagen loss, so antioxidant pomegranate is an ideal addition to help keep your skin looking young.

What more could you ask for?

Here are my favourite great tasting skin saviours.

goodness smoothie

Packed with vitamin E to help the skin retain moisture and protects it from the harmful effects of free radicals.


1 cup of tightly packed spinach (vitamin E)

1/2 ripe medium banana

2 Tablespoons avocado (peeled and pit removed) (vitamin E)

1 Tablespoon sunflower seeds (vitamin E)

2 Tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk (vitamin E)



Powered with vitamin C to improve cell growth, a recent study suggested a diet high in vitamin C can result in fewer wrinkles. Vitamin C also helps boost other vitamins in the body like Vitamin E.


1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries (vitamin C)

1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries (vitamin C)

1 cup coconut water 1 Tablespoon lemon juice (vitamin C)

1 teaspoon chia seeds 1 handful of mint (leaves only) (vitamin C)


carrot kale

High in Beta-Carotene, a carotenoid antioxidant protects cells from damage and assists with better eyesight, too.


1 cup kale (only take the leaf part and leave out the stem) (beta-carotene)

1 carrot (chopped) (beta-carotene)

1 green apple (core removed and chopped) Lemon juice from

1 lemon or 2 Tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup coconut water

Keep this guide on hand for your weekly supplement shop and  you’ll be looking brighter & younger in no time!


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