Five Popular Supplements Worth Retailing at Your Spa

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Health-conscious spa-goers are increasingly turning to internal solutions to nourish the skin, improve gut health, and manage stress. Here are some powders and potions that do just that and can add a new dimension to your spa’s retail area.

 

Burdock Radiant Skin Tincture from Naturopathica is an antioxidant-rich liquid herbal supplement that helps promote healthy skin. Used in traditional Eastern and Western medicine, burdock has cleansing and purifying properties. The tincture can be added to water, juice, or tea.

Adaptogens are out of this world these days, so give your clients edible radiance with Beauty Dust from Moon Juice. This adaptogenic blend of transformative super herbs work to combat the effects of stress from within. Containing goji berry powder, ashwagandha root and leaf extract, and more, this powder can be combined with matcha, milk, water, or any smoothie.

Organic Ashwagandha Ayurvedic Adaptogen from Sun Potion serves as the perfect hack for spa-goers looking to tap into the therapeutic benefits of this popular Ayurvedic herb. Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng, is thought to fortify the immune system and provide a host of invigorating properties. It is also reputed to help increase the body’s levels of superoxide dismutase, a key antioxidant.

Glow-getters won’t want to miss Jane Iredale’s Skin Complete, a duo pack of Skin Vitamin A and Skin Antioxidant. Feeding the skin from within, these skincare supplements are suitable for all skin types. Skin Vitamin A works to stimulate the cells responsible for the skin’s firm and healthy tissue, and Skin Antioxidant is formulated with seven super antioxidant phytonutrients to help defend skin from damaging free radicals.

Help your clients quench their thirsty skin with Hydration Inner Beauty Boost from The Beauty Chef. Supporting gut health, this organic coconut-infused, bio-fermented concentrate is loaded with skin-loving probiotics and prebiotics. It also contains natural electrolytes, minerals, vitamins, and plant nutrients to help rehydrate the skin.
 

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