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8 Supergreen Beauty Products to Nourish Your Skin and Hair

We all know that eating dark, leafy greens is good for our insides. The verdant superfoods are bountiful in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help us thrive. And just as we’re conscious of what we put into our bodies, we should be just as vigilant as what we feed our skin. Phytonutrient-rich beauty products can repair skin tissue, guard against against free radicals, boost our skin’s hydration levels and restore luster to damaged hair. Here’s a selection of our favorite green servings for gorgeous skin and luxurious hair.

The minerals in kelp help promote hair growth and are great for softening dry, brittle strands.
CURLS Sea Kelp and Cucumber Hair Mask, $19.99. target.com
Feed undernourished locks a healthy dose of this matcha-and-coconut-water elixir.
CAROL’S DAUGHTER Green Supreme Leave-In Tonic, $11. carolsdaughter.com

Kale, spinach and green tea combine forces with hyaluronic acid in this mighty moisturizer to combat free radicals and environmental stressors.

YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE Superfood Air-Whip Moisture Cream, $48. sephora.com

Pumped with avocado oil and aloe vera, this ultramoisturizing hair wash won’t strip your curls of their natural oils.

BRIOGEO Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Quinoa Co-Wash, $32. sephora.com

The green tea-enriched styler reduces frizz and flyaways.

OGX Active Beauty Green Tea Fitness Air Dry Cream, $8.99. ulta.com

Sip this adaptogenic matcha latte daily for beautiful, radiant skin.

MOON JUICE Cosmic Matcha, $40. moonjuice.com

Give thin locks a refreshing, volumizing boost with this cucumber-, peppermint-
and-rosemary-infused cleanser.

AVEENO HAIR Fresh Greens Blend Shampoo, $9. walgreens.com

Smooth and brighten your complexion with a shot of green goodness loaded with wheatgrass, kale and avocado.

ELEMIS Superfood Vital Veggie Mask, $35, elemis.com



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