Climate Inspired Skincare Solutions


Clear skin starts with knowing what is the right skincare for your skin. In this blog we will cover common questions and share information to help you live confidently with clear, healthy skin.

Superfood for Your Skin and Body



You would have probably heard the term “Superfood” thrown around quite frequently these days due to all the benefits provided by this nutrient-rich addition to the diet. Superfood has gotten more and more popular these days as people have become more conscious about their health.

So, what’s so super about superfood?

Superfood Benefits

Superfood contains high levels of much-needed vitamins and minerals. It can also be a source of antioxidants, substances that shield our bodies from cell damage and help prevent disease. Adding a few servings of superfoods, such as chia seeds, almond, hemp seeds, kale, and avocado, to your diet can be delicious and nutritious. 

Superfood Skincare Innovations

With today’s skincare, these superfood benefits can be applied directly to your skin. Giving your skin the vitamins and minerals it needs to glow healthily against increased exposure to direct sunlight and pollution. 

Here are some superfoods to include in your skincare routine!  



  • Supports the synthesis of collagen and elastin for supple, smooth skin

  • Neutralizes free radicals with Vitamin E

  • Clears melanin granules that cause dark spots and discolorations



  • Helps skin retain moisture and build up cell wall density for tight and tiny pores

  • Nourishes skin from the inside to plump up skin for a smooth, healthy look

  • Reduces the damage caused by UV rays and protects the skin


Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet almond oil contains high levels of fatty acids and has been used for centuries to treat skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis.

  • Protects skin from oxidative stress and UV damage using Vitamin E

  • Deeply clears pores and dislodges debris

  • Reduces acne flare-ups with the help of Vitamin A



Green Tea

  • Increases benzoic acid levels that are used to treat skin damage from UV rays

  • Reduces pimple count up to 50%, according to medical studies

  • Delivers tannins that control sebum and oil production

Adding these superfoods to your skincare routine, along with regular exercise and a balanced diet can help your skin glow healthily all year.

Give them a try!