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7 Beauty Drinks Your Skin Is Craving
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7 Beauty Drinks Your Skin Is Craving

Everyone knows that beauty comes from within, which starts with what you put into your body. Eating and drinking the right things can lead to clear skin, youthfulness, and an outer glow. We all know the beauty benefits that fruits and vegetables have and the fact that they help you achieve beauty goals; but what about drinks? There are a lot of products on the market that promises to give you the skin you so desire. There’s collagen, which is popular, and other beauty elixirs that parade themselves around as the best of the best.


But at the end of the day, healthy, beautiful skin can come from natural, everyday products. Here are seven drinks to add to your beauty routine.

Bone Broth

Bone broth has a lot of benefits. Research suggests that it can aid in weight loss but it can also help you get brighter and tighter skin due to the collagen it naturally has.

Pomegranate Juice

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If you want skin renewal then pomegranate juice is your friend. Packed with vitamin C and K and omega-3 fatty acids, this juice can heal acne scarring and reduce breakouts.

Green Tea

With its anti-inflammatory properties, green tea is a great option to drink to preserve your beauty. It treats acne, reduces skin irritation, and it can help fight premature aging.

Coconut Water

There's a reason why people in the tropics often look young and vibrant. It’s in the water. Coconut water that is. Coconut water is packed with nutrients and vitamins such as vitamin C and can aid in breakouts.

Spinach Juice

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Spinach juice may not sound tasty but it has a lot of benefits that you may want to take advantage of. This leafy green can reduce wrinkles and dark circles and keeps your skin hydrated thanks to vitamins A, C, and E.

Carrot Juice

Carrot juice is rich in vitamin C and beta carotene, which can help protect your skin from the sun’s UV rays and free radicals. It also helps with skin elasticity due to collagen found in carrots.

Lemon Water

Water is considered the holy grail for health but adding lemon not only tastes good but it also does the body good. Lemons have antioxidants and vitamins and squeezed into water purifies your skin and gives you that glow.

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