Dietitians Swear by This Ingredient for Glowing Skin

Hallie Gould
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We're constantly discussing the best ingredients to put on our skin, trying potions for anti-aging, brightening, and smoothing on a daily basis. But it's important to remember it matters what you put inside your body as well.

To find out the best combination of skincare and body care, we tapped McKel Hill, registered dietitian and creator of the healthy living website Nutrition Stripped. Hill recently teamed up with Fresh for the launch of the brand's Vitamin Nectar face mask, as it includes crushed oranges, lemons, and clementines to impart a natural glow to your skin. Such ingredients are a huge part of Hill's recipes that promote a healthy body, soul, and of course, beautiful skin. Naturally it's a match made in heaven.  

"I am inspired—okay, obsessed—by how nutrition affects our skin's health," says Lev Glazman, Fresh's co-founder and president of research and development. "After years of working closely with the Fresh research lab, we have bridged the world of vitamins into skincare—or, as we call it, skin nutrition—to create this highly innovative mask that awakens skin, minimizes signs of fatigue, and reveals a vibrant, healthy-looking glow."

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What are some of your favorite healthy recipes? Let us know in the comments below!

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