BEAUTY+ Pod: Promotes Skin Health and Beauty

Beauty comes from within - an idea which we have taken one step further with our Beauty+ Vitapod shot. Coming in a refreshing raspberry hibiscus flavor, our Beauty+ pod is specially formulated with plant-based antioxidants, collagen, vitamins, and minerals for optimal health -- and thereby beauty! Because nothing is more beautiful than you feeling your best.     

“My team and I have formulated the Beauty+ shot to improve overall skin health. Skin is our first barrier against environmental stressors and can be strongly improved by diet. Consuming key nutrients such as collagen, flavonoids, zinc, selenium and specific antioxidants in a balanced ratio can prevent skin aging and improve skin health. One Beauty+ shot a day will make your skin more resistant to stressors and improve skin’s elasticity, along with its overall appearance. These micronutrients can also prevent hair and nail damage.” 

Dr. Valacchi 

Skin is the largest organ in your body and it’s attacked every day by environmental stressors like sunlight, smog, chemicals, viruses, and biological agents that promote premature aging. But that isn’t the only battle our skin is fighting. What we put in our bodies also adversely affects our skin, like smoking, a low-quality diet, not getting enough daily hydration, and other negative lifestyle habits. Our Beauty+ pods help strengthen your skin elasticity, radiance, and durability for overall skin health.  

What we love about BEAUTY+ 

  • Low sodium.  
  • Zero sugar.  
  • 10 calories.  
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.  
  • Regenerates collagen to revitalize skin.  
  • Includes electrolytes to keep you hydrated.  

Can you find all of that in a healthy drink? 

Yes, yes you can. One Beauty+ shot’s mix of vitamins, minerals, and collagen will improve your skin’s elasticity and make your skin more resistant to stressors. For example, the included vitamins E and C counter inflammation, oxidative stress, and sunlight damage. While vitamin A, also known as retinol, is essential to cell regrowth. We have also formulated each pod with minerals like selenium and zinc to support immune health within the skin and promote healing. Lastly, our pod’s hyaluronic acid and collagen promotes skin hydration, elasticity, and overall health. All these included vitamins and minerals make our Beauty+ shot effective so you can feel and look your best.  

You can find the Beauty+ pods in our online store, along with all our pods, machines, and accessories. 

 

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