Belle Bar: Onion and Garlic
Onion & Garlic Thickening Ayurvedic Herb Hair Oil, $89 at Belle Bar
You probably already know that garlic is a mineral-rich addition to your diet, but that also holds true for hair growth. Ditto for onion juice. This is the perfect product to try out during one of those winter Netflix-and-chill weekends.
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare: Mushroom
Clinical Grade IPL Dark Spot Correcting Serum, $92 at Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare
This just-launched serum has kojic acid, which is derived from mushrooms, and works to naturally tone skin and lighten dark spots, making this a perfect product for anyone looking to target hyperpigmentation without going the laser route.
Volition Beauty: Citrus and ACV
Apple Cider Vinegar Resurfacing Peel Pads, $64 at Volition Beauty
Crowdsourced beauty brand Volition Beauty just launched a few products that fit the bill. Chief among them are these citrus- and apple cider vinegar-powered peel pads that make it easier than ever to get the skin care benefits of ACV.
First Aid Beauty: Avocado
Hello FAB Bendy Avocado Concealer, $22 at Sephora
You can also find produce in makeup, like this avocado-infused concealer from FAB. Specifically, the wand has avocado oil for hydration as well as mushroom extracts that work to condition skin.
Skyn Iceland: Tomato
Hydro Cool Firming Face Gels, $35 at Skyn Iceland
These gel patches, designed for foreheads and smile lines, rely on tomato stem cells for their anti-aging effect. (Tomatoes have long been associated with anti-aging.)
Rael: Pomegranate, Fig and Mulberry
Vita Bright Sheet Mask With Vitamin C, $12.99 at Rael
For some DIY spa time, check out this face mask that uses pomegranate, fig and mulberry extracts — all of which are vitamin- and mineral-rich — to help skin glow.
Georgette Klinger: Coconut
Coconut Cleansing Milk, $22 at Georgette Klinger
Formulated with coconut oil and coconut extract, this cleansing milk also has grape and cucumber extracts. The milky texture is great for winter, when skin tends to be particularly dry.
Pineapple Quench Oil-Free Water Serum, $14 at Pacifica
Pacifica is another brand that takes fruits and veggies seriously. The brand also makes a number of oil-free products including this serum, a great option for those with sensitive or acne-prone skin.
iS Clinical: Mushroom
Beuti Skincare: Pomegranate
Pomegranate Glow Enzyme Cleanser, $55 at Credo
A favorite of Kate Middleton, this cleanser is supercharged not only with pomegranates, but also with fruits like sweet cherry, mango and orange.
Elina Organics: Citrus Fruits
Fruit Peel, $52 at Elina Organics
This peel uses citrus and acids to help exfoliate and remove dead skin cells while controlling oil. Sweetly scented rose is used for its antibacterial properties.
Youth To The People: Fruit Blend
Superberry Hydrate and Glow Dream Mask, $48 at Youth To The People
Youth To The People is a great brand to shop if you’re looking for produce-rich products. This just-launched anti-aging mask is made with a fruit blend that includes açaí, prickly pear and goji berry.
They say you are what you eat — and nowhere is that more apparent than your skin. Our biggest organ absorbs everything we slather on, which makes beauty products powered by fruits and veggies particularly compelling. This trend has been bubbling for some time now with new plant-based products and brands launching seemingly every week, all of which offer up newfangled ways to load our bodies with everything from oranges and pomegranates to garlic and onions. (Yes, there is now garlic in beauty products!)
Check out the slideshow above for some standout produce-driven products. And don’t forget, you can always head to your kitchen and whip up your own good-for-your-skin concoctions.
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