Spirulina: Superfood that's Good for the Face

Posted on January 29, 2016 by Jess Baker | 0 Comments

Spirulina - protein for the skin

Spirulina is a blue-green algae and one of this planets oldest living plants (a good example of the ‘survival of the fittest’). It is rich in beta-carotene (which the body then converts into vitamin A).

It’s also loaded with protein, calcium and iron, vitamin B12, E, C, minerals, chlorophyll, and essential fatty acids - all of these elements proactively help fight free-radicals to reduce the effect of ageing, and help protect problem skin.

As we age, the skin's natural levels of antioxidants beings to deplete so it's important to help nourish your skin with regular facial treatments. It's also what gives the Green Goddess it's rich emerald appearance. 


We use cosmetic-grade Spirulina in the Green Goddess fresh face mask, which is perfect for putting on your body but not in it.

However, the health-conscious foodies among you will know that it's hailed as a 'superfood' and you've probably added Spirulina to your morning juice or smoothie. It’s got a grassy flavour that's easily disguised when blended or juiced with fruit and vegetables.

Have you tried the simple MIMI Green Goddess Super-Juice recipe yet? Let us know what you think! 



Posted in Green Goddess Face Mask, Natural Ingredients



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