A Recipe for Inner Glow with Fountain

Calm + Glowing Elixir2

What’s in this formula that I can’t get elsewhere in my diet? Read on to find out…

As a beauty editor and health coach, I’ve sipped and sampled my fair share of beauty products — targeting both inside and outside — that claim to slow aging and bring out inner glow. There are definite hits and absolute misses out there. So how do you pick out the gems, the ones that will really take your beauty routine up a notch? When shopping for edible, so-called ‘ingestible’ beauty products, no matter how amazing the taste, it all comes down to the nutrition facts. Ask, ‘what’s in this formula that I can’t get elsewhere in my diet?’

In the case of Fountain The Glow Molecule, there’s a very clear answer: concentrated glutathione, an antioxidant (often referred to as the body’s master antioxidant) that protects DNA and mitochondrial health, boosts detoxification, and strengthens the body’s ability to fend off aging damage. As we age, our natural glutathione production declines, so supplementing can be a powerful anti-aging strategy.

I had the chance to road-test a few Fountain Molecules for Free People’s Nashville Beauty + Wellness event, and right away singled out the glutathione-packed Glow Molecule formula (which also includes hyaluronic acid to restore skin’s moisture and hydration). It tastes a bit sweet and floral, so I paired it with Olivia Clementine Chamomile and Lavender tea to create a beauty elixir that calms the senses and supports glowing skin all at once.

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Calm + Glowing Elixir
This soothing, floral tea calms the senses while supporting youthful, glowing skin with the powerful antioxidant glutathione.

Serves 1

1 cup chilled Olivia Clementine Chamomile and Lavender Herbal Tea
2 tsp Fountain The Glow Molecule

Stir together and serve chilled.

Text, images and recipes © Jolene Hart. All rights reserved.

Jolene Hart, CHC, AADP is a Philadelphia-based health coach and founder of Beauty Is Wellness, a natural beauty and health coaching practice. Her coaching and Eat Pretty book series teach women to use nutrition and lifestyle choices to look and feel their best from the inside out.  Her latest book, Eat Pretty Every Day will be released in October 2016.

Comments

  1. I have a question: I see that Fountain has a variety of different tonics intended to target different concerns, would one be able to mix & match different formulas in a single beverage (i.e – 2 tsps each of Glow + Beauty in your morning smoothie)? Or do the components in either counteract the other’s effects and so would be more beneficial to ingest them separately?

  2. thanks for your question! our beauty buyer suggests using each product separately for optimal results!

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