It's enough of an effort trying to get superfoods into your diet, but are you reaping the benefits of these powerful ingredients in your skincare regime too? Fortunately, beauty brands are making it easier to get your superfood fix, incorporating skin-loving natural ingredients from chlorophyll to coconut water into creams, masks and mists designed to revitalise your complexion.
Instead of adding spirulina to your smoothies, add it to your skincare. Designed to be applied before your workout, FaceGym's new Spirulina Training Stick utilises the protein-rich algae to firm, plump and lift whilst you exercise.
FaceGym Spirulina Training Stick, £38.50. Available at Facegym.com
Part of an entire Superfood range, Elemis's Kefir-Tea Mist blends rooibos tea extract, kefir ferment, aloe vera and coconut water to hydrate, brighten and revitalise.
Elemis Superfood Kefir-Tea Mist, £26. Available at Elemis.com.
Origins's brilliant line-up of masks has had a revamp - they all now come in handy, squeezy tubes small enough to take in your hand luggage when you travel. The bestselling Clear Improvement mask uses active charcoal to lift away impurities.
Origins Clear Improvement Mask, £22. Available at Origins.co.uk.
One of the hero products from Clarins's new My Clarins range, the Re-Boost Refreshing Hydrating Cream is a nourishing yet quickly-absorbed formula with coconut water and goji water.
My Clarins Re-Boost Refreshing Hydrating Cream, £22. Available at Clarins.co.uk/my-clarins.
Milk Make-UpMilk Make-Up's Matcha Cleanser calls upon the detoxifying benefits of the antioxidant-dense green tea to gently remove impurities, leaving skin soothed and cleansed.
Milk Make-Up Matcha Cleanser, £22. Available at Cultbeauty.co.uk.
With it's innovative gel-to-clay formula, Perricone MD's Chlorophyll Detox Mask balances, detoxifies and minimises pores for a clearer complexion.
Perricone MD Chlorophyll Detox Mask, £59. Available at Harrods.com.