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We know we don't have to tell our skincare-loving Influensters the benefits of antioxidants. But if you're looking for some serious free-radical-fighting power, look no further than Youth to the People's Superberry mask, which boasts the most antioxidant-dense fruit in the world—maqui. Not only will you get the benefits of this wonder fruit, but you'll also get a mixture of various other super berries.
It might not be summertime quite yet, but that's not stopping us from whipping out the watermelon. The latest to join the beloved Glow Recipe watermelon line now comes in a mist format. With an 84 percent watermelon formula, the radiance-boosting and makeup-setting spray boasts serious vitamin and amino acid action to hydrate and soothe skin.
Everyone knows how important it is to eat those greens, but it's also important to incorporate them into your skincare routine. Elemis launched an entire collection powered by superfoods. Count avocado, broccoli, and pumpkin seed oils as key players in delivering skin essential fatty acids. Plus, there's a blend of wheatgrass, kale, and nettle in there too for some added radiance boosters.
You may have turned your nose up to mom when she tried to sneak in beets into dinner, but don't discredit them now. The veggie is great at boosting moisture levels thanks to a variety of vitamins. What's more, you get omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9 from seaberry fruit. Think of this as a juice boost for your face!
Have we sold you on berries yet? Volition Beauty puts the vitamin C benefits of strawberries to good use a.k.a. it brightens, unclog pores, and removes excess oil. But that's not the only way skin's tone get a tune up. There's kakadu plum to tackle redness too.