Ingestible Beauty Supplements & Elixirs

Get gorgeous, glowing skin with the latest powders, elixirs, tablets and teas

When it comes to beauty, it sometimes seems like there are no easy solutions. But the new craze of beauty ingestibles, elixirs and supplements might be changing that. Simply swallowing a pill or mixing a nutritious powder into your drink can deliver major results, from longer, thicker hair to stronger nails to prettier, smoother skin. The new wave of ingestibles is taking the beauty world by storm. Give one of these a try for a beauty boost.

   HYALURONIC ACID TRIP

Neocell Ceramides Skin Hydrator

Each Neocell Ceramides Skin Hydrator capsule contains vitamin C, coconut water, hyaluronic acid, pine bark extract and lutein to support skin hydration, cellular turnover, elasticity and a lit-from-within glow. The blend fights free radicals, too, while ceramides boost the natural moisture barrier. neocell.com

   VITAMIN COCKTAIL

Goop Glow Morning Skin Superpowder

You won’t have a problem adding this to your morning breakfast. Stir in a single-dose pack of Goop Glow Morning Skin Superpowder to eight ounces of water and you’ll be treated to a Tang-y elixir that boasts six antioxidants: vitamin C, vitamin E, coenzyme Q10, lutein, zeaxanthin and grape seed polyphenols. The drinkable skincare fights free radicals, delivers photo-protective power and builds collagen for healthy, glowing skin. shop.goop.com

   COLLAGEN TEA TIME

Reserveage Collagen BeauTea

Available in three flavors—white tea, white tea and lemon, and white tea and hibiscus—just one cup of Reserveage Collagen BeauTea delivers a day’s serving of collagen protein. Essentially liquid collagen, sipping on it brings glowing skin and healthy joints and bones. reserveage.com

   PROBIOTIC POWER

RMS Beauty Within Probiotic + Prebiotic

RMS Beauty founder and beauty authority Rose-Marie Swift has been touting the link between skin and gut health long before probiotics became a trend. Her new supplement, RMS Beauty Within Probiotic + Prebiotic, restores the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut, which is crucial to our health—and our skin. Each vegan capsule has eight probiotic strains to boost skin, hair and nail health, as well as antioxidants, plus they help promote normal microflora, increase regularity, and reduce gas and bloating. rmsbeauty.com

   FULVIC ACID ENERGY

Dope Naturally Atomic Beauty

Dope Naturally Atomic Beauty spotlights fulvic acid, a compound found in soil that is rich in electrolytes and promotes hair growth, cell recovery, muscle generation and overall hydration. It naturally contains ionic trace minerals to help your body absorb nutrients and detox, plus probiotics and prebiotics for gut health. Sprinkle it into a smoothie, yogurt or granola for strong, healthy hair and younger looking skin. dopenaturally.com

   SUPER GREENS

8 Greens

8 Greens delivers plenty of superfoods in one little tablet. The blend of dehydrated greens includes spinach, organic aloe vera, wheatgrass, kale, barley grass, blue-green algae, ascorbic acid, niacin, zinc, sodium bicarbonate, potassium bicarbonate, and vitamins B3, B5 and B12. Just one tablet boasts the equivalent of as much vitamin C as six oranges and as much vitamin B12 as seven cups of milk—and all the beauty and health perks that come with it by delivering antioxidants, promoting collagen, decreasing inflammation and reducing the effects of aging. 8greens.com


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Celia Shatzman

Celia Shatzman

Celia Shatzman is a Brooklyn-based writer who has penned stories on topics ranging from fashion to travel to celebrities, entertainment, beauty, finance, health, food, and fitness. A graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, her work has appeared in New York, Teen Vogue, NYLON, New York Post, Latina, Marie Claire, Self, ELLE.com, Time Out New York, CondeNastTraveler.com, and USA TODAY, among others. When she’s not writing, Celia enjoys traveling, learning to play tennis, and playing with her rescue dog, Olive.
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