Vida Glow powders for holistic beauty

May 29, 2018

Vida Glow powders for holistic beauty

Ingestibles are gradually growing their sliver of the beauty industry pizza pie. Powders for this and that are appearing regularly and new on the shelves is Australian Vida Glow. The scientifically backed, extensively researched range of Beauty Powders is targeted at everyday health, wellness and beauty needs.

The brand’s philosophy, guided by Australian beauty and wellness entrepreneur and co-director, Simon Hill, is to offer beauty supplement ingredients in their purest, yet most potent form, to work in synergy to benefit and enhance healthy skin, balanced immunity, mental clarity, stress release and increased energy. 

The Vida Glow formulators believe in the power of collagen for healthy skin, nails and hair. It is the most abundant protein in the human body, but as we age, we naturally produce less of it, which is when we start to see wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, thinning hair and brittle nails. The collagen powders in the Vida Glow range aim to reverse these ageing factors by replenishing the protein stores. Founder Anna Lahey credits marine collagen with improving the look of her hair, skin and nails, as well as helping her to sleep, reducing her cellulite, banishing her sugar cravings and boosting her exercise results. Simon Hills says: “We aim to deliver products that you can trust, using only the best, most researched and purest ingredients for maximum efficacy. Our blends contain over 95 power ingredients and 72 trace minerals, all of which are 100% natural, vegan-friendly, non-GMO and free of gluten and dairy, so everyone can experience the Vida Glow difference. We understand the importance of feeding your cells with the necessary nutrients to encourage a more youthful, energetic and vibrant version of yourself. Combining your topical beauty regime with our ingestible beauty powders offers you a complete approach to slowing down, managing and even reversing the signs of ageing.”

Vida Glow Beauty Powders are available in six all-new powerful and effective formulas; each designed to focus on a different area of wellbeing, supporting Vida Glow’s multi-dimensional approach to beauty. For example: Beauty Skin - a nutrient-dense blend for cell protection from free radical damage, to repair and maintain healthy hair, skin and nails. In a Cacao Maple flavour, Beauty Skin contains 16 powerful organic nutrients including prebiotics and probiotics to support digestion. Australian Certified Organic. 210g - $59.95.




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