GLOWING SKIN: The Juicy Details

GLOWING SKIN: The Juicy Details

It’s no secret I love a juicy, cold—pressed, organic juice, but did you know that indulging in a natural beverage is just as fun for your skin as it is for your tastebuds?

For this GLOW JUICE recipe read through to the end of this short article! 

First, I think it’s important to note quality.

Juice made with a masticating juicer is a better alternative to juice made with a centrifugal juicer, because the process is much slower. And because they don’t heat up like centrifugal juicers, you get more raw nutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants. Masticating juicers use an auger to “masticate” or chew the fruit and vegetables, then strain them to separate the juice from the pulp. Some added benefits include less foaming and oxidation, and a 30% higher yield of juice than centrifugal. 

Centrifugal juicers use a blade and centrifugal force to quickly press juice through a mesh screen. At 10,000 revolutions per minute (and beyond), they obviously induce oxidation. You’re not going to get a high quality juice from these juicers, which plays role in why they are so inexpensive. And because of the added heat, nutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants are broken down. 

Anyway, I’m sure you came here for the recipe for GLOW JUICE and not for the 4-1-1 on juicers, but I think it’s so important to start with the right tools.

This juice is one of my favorites.

I use a masticating juicer, so the flavor is robust, a little spicy, and definitely tangy. 

You’ll Need:

2 Navel Oranges, 1 small Meyer Lemon, 1 thumb of Ginger, 1 thumb of Turmeric, 2 small Gala Apples (or Pink Lady)

These ingredients are known to fight against  inflammation, hyperpigmentation, dull skin, and protect against free radicals… amongst many more benefits!

Always do your own research to make sure it’s right for you. 

🤍✨ Stay in the glow!

xx Adriann 

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1 comment

I wanted to also add: juice organic if at all possible!


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