GLOW is rich in anti-oxidants, prebiotics, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. It contains twenty-four skin loving super foods. A lot of the ingredients are things I eat a lot of anyways like quinoa, chickpeas, chia and pepitas, but it's always handy to have an added boost of the nutritional qualities.
I really like the taste of the GLOW powder and I usually mix a teaspoon with half a glass of water or half a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. By drinking the OJ I also boost my Vitamin C intake for the day too. It can also go into your smoothies but I like to have the Inner Beauty Powder seperately.
The colour of the powder is best described as army green but when it's mixed with liquid it turns into a beautiful mulberry shade. I like mixing it in my IKEA tumblers and I always keep a spoon handy to stir the drink because the powder likes to sink to the bottom. This way I know that I'm drinking all the goodies and nothing goes to waste.
The GLOW Inner Beauty Powder costs $59.95 and I got mine from Flora Organica (If you sign up to their newsletter you receive a $5 discount on orders). It has 30 servings per package. It's an exxy nutritional indulgance that you may or may not need. I have noticed that my skin looks healthier and my hair is glossier but I can't attribute it completely to the GLOW as much as I want to do so. I love that I'm doing something good and healthy for my skin but my diet is predominantly healthy.
I still think this is an important supplement to ensure that I get added nutrients on a daily basis, and a three pack of GLOW costs $150 so it saves you $30 which makes it slightly more reasonable. You can't put a price on health, and I have no problem replacing my daily coffee with some GLOW followed by hot water, lemon and ginger.
Have you tried GLOW? What's your thoughts on nutritional supplements?