Establishing a great hair, skin, and nail care routine is a wonderful start to getting a radiant appearance. We need to remember, however, that our hair, skin, and nails rely on important nutrients provided through beauty foods to grow and stay strong.

We created a super-charged smoothie recipe designed to provide all the key nutrients needed for a youthful glow and to support beauty from within.

Before you get out your blender, learn why each ingredient was selected to help support your hair, skin, and nail goals.

High-Quality Protein

Consuming an adequate amount of high-quality protein each day is essential because protein provides the amino acids needed to support keratin production throughout the body. Keratin is a type of protein (like collagen) that maintains the health and structure of your hair, skin, and nails. That’s why consuming high-quality protein daily is an important step in supporting strong hair, supple skin, and healthy nails.    

Healthy Fats 

Many of us think of fats as something that should be avoided. While some unhealthy sources of fats should be limited, polyunsaturated fats, like omega-3 fatty acids, are good because they help nourish your skin AND your hair. These are the building blocks of our cell membranes which have been shown to maintain hydrated skin and nurture hair follicles to keep hair shiny and full.  

    • Provided in this recipe from avocado and walnuts 

Antioxidant vitamins  

Antioxidants are a popular ingredient in skincare and are also beneficial when consumed as part of your diet. Super-charged vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene have antioxidant properties that help to protect cells from free-radical damage. Consuming a diet rich in antioxidants can protect your skin from cellular damage, sun damage, and early signs of aging, as well as protect your hair follicles from breaking down. Vitamin C is also shown to stimulate collagen production in the skin for added support.

Fruits and vegetables are a great, natural source of these antioxidant vitamins and other beneficial phytonutrients shown to support wellbeing.

    • Provided in this recipe from berries, lemon, and spinach  

Key minerals   

Minerals might not be a micro-nutrient that is top of mind for many, but they’re present in every living cell in the body. Minerals have essential roles in many of the body’s functions and when we are deficient, it can start to wreak havoc on our overall well-being, including our hair, skin, and nails.

Targeted Beauty Foods

For targeted support, these products have been specifically designed to support beauty from within:

Hair Revival

Hair Revival is formulated to stimulate hair growth and support visibly thicker, stronger hair. The ingredients in Hair Revival work to support an environment that is ideal for hair growth while supplying nutrients that are essential for actively growing hair. Together, the clinically tested ingredients in Hair Revival work to prime your hair follicles for stronger, fuller-looking hair growth. *

Collagen Elixir 

Collagen Elixir is a potent marine collagen supplement infused with vitamin C, minerals, and superfruits that help to hydrate and nourish your skin from the inside out. It also features 5 grams of hydrolyzed marine collagen peptides and supports the body’s natural production of collagen to help promote healthy, hydrated skin. *  

The recipe below packs all the above beauty foods into one delicious smoothie:  


    • 1/4 avocado  
    • 1 serving of Coconut AMPED Hydrate 
    • Vanilla Plant-Based IsaPro  
    • 1 bottle of Collagen Elixir  
    • 2 tablets of Hair Revival  
    • ½ cup frozen mixed berries  
    • 1 cup spinach  
    • 2 tablespoons walnuts  
    • Juice of ½ lemon  


    1. Fill your blender or blender cup with a cup of water and ½ cup of ice (or to your preference).  
    2. Add in each ingredient listed above (even the Hair Revival Tablets).  
    3. Blend completely and enjoy!  

This recipe creates a rich, fruity smoothie with 400 calories, 20 grams of healthy fats, 10 grams of sugar, 10 grams of fiber, and 29 grams of protein.  

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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