This Nutritionist Recommends Coriander for Cleansing Your Insides
We’re all for anything that will improve our skin’s health and give us that much desired glossy complexion. But rather than promises plastered on packaging, we like to take more of a tried-and-tested approach, taking wisdom from experts who have actually tried regiments and seen results. That’s why, when we saw that nutritionist and INF / Network member, Jess Sepel, had shared her own beauty routine—which is mostly all natural by the way—we knew this was going to be a helpful, holistic guide to skincare. Also, just look at that gorgeous skin.
Not only does Sepel have a few go-to products, the health aficionado also incorporates specific herbs and home-concocted face masks to hydrate and refresh. We predict adding even just one of these things into your regular routine could give your skin a fresh boost.
Keep scrolling to see what they are.
fresh herbs & APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
“Coriander and parsley are so cleansing for the body and amazing for the skin. And for pimples, put apple cider vinegar onto cotton wool and dab the pimple with it, then watch it go down.”
DIY YOGHURT FACE MASK
“I just mix 2 tbsp of oats, 2 tbsp of natural yoghurt, half a lemon (juiced), and 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar. Add a splash or two of water, mix in a bowl, then add onto skin for 15 minutes. Then rinse.”
“Coriander and parsley are so cleansing for the body and amazing for the skin.”
TRILOGY BODY OIL AND LOTION
“This [body oil] is so soothing with rosehip, sweet almond, and apricot oil. It's amazing formula is nourishing and hydrating—improving stretch marks and scarring. Plus, it’s fragrance-free, making it suitable for sensitive skin types, too. The body lotion contains nutrients like primrose seed oil, green coffee extract, Vitamin E and caprylic acid, which naturally fight cellulite. So forget about those chemical-filled cellulite busters that hardly ever work! Natural nutrients and products are the way to go.”