What Happened After I Took Miranda Kerr’s Skinfood Supplement For A Week
It's said to be packed with basically a ton of antioxidants, vitamins and a mysterious noni fruit. I mean, if Miranda Kerr takes it...| June 4, 2018
When it comes to skincare, a lot of emphasis is put on what goes into your body. You know the usuals, avoid spicy food, eat your leafy greens and drink a good amount of water. Then, the next level where you start eating food that are good for your skin. Miranda Kerr swears by this pungent fruit called noni that’s native to Southeast Asia and Australasia. I’ve never tried it before, but if she recommends it, I’m going to give it a shot. I mean, just look at her skin.
This oddly shaped green fruit provides a ton of antioxidants, combats inflammation and boosts immunity amongst many others. But that’s not all in this little blue sachet. It also has other common superfoods in it like açai berry, mangosteen, blueberry, rosehip, beetroot and matcha. Plus, it’s fully organic, vegan and doesn’t contain anything artificial.
I tried out the Noni Glow Skinfood Supplement seven-day pack. (It’s really convenient because of the individual packages, but I can imagine how much wastage there would be in the long-run.) There are recommendations as to how to consume it, either in water, juice or smoothie. So, on the first day, I stirred it into water, but the taste of the sweetener (stevia) was too strong for my liking, and really tasted like an açai bowl gone wrong. Some parts didn’t dissolve well, either, so I ended up holding my breath and downing it. Afterwards, I was on a mission to make it more tolerable, so I blended it into a smoothie, and it worked. I could barely taste it. I must say, though, that a fair amount of liquid is needed to dilute it.
Throughout the course of taking this supplement powder, I didn’t feel or look any different. My pimples were still popping up, my stomach didn’t de-bloat or look any flatter, and it just felt like nothing really happened. Then again, perhaps everything on the inside is a little bit better, and I did only take it for a week. I wouldn’t say I would need it, but if I could try it out for a month out of curiosity, I would.
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