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Bestow founder, Janine Tait shares with us 4 awesome benefits of drinking Green Tea, the extra benefits of Bestow Green Tea and why she created an organic range of fair trade Teas.

FOUR AWESOME BENEFITS OF DRINKING GREEN TEA:

  1. It’s anti-carcinogenic
  2. Is scientifically proven to increase the hydration of the upper layers of your skin
  3. It enhances the action of protective enzymes in your skin
  4. Improves the protective barrier of your skin

TWO EXTRA BENEFITS OF DRINKING BESTOW LUMINOSITEA (Green & White Tea):

  1. It’s very high in Catechins a type of disease-fighting flavonoid and antioxidant. Here’s a tip: the longer you steep the tea, the more flavonoids you’ll get in your brew.
  2. White tea is even more powerful than green tea as it does all of this and more! And helps prevent the loss of your anti-wrinkle fibres. Bestow Luminositea is a Green and White Tea Blend.
Janine Tait, Bestow Founder
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You get enough of these powerful phytonutrients in one cup of Luminositea to reap all these benefits. Drink at least one cup a day!

BESTOW ORGANIC HERBAL TEA GIVES BACK

I think you’ll pleased to know that Bestow Organic Teas are not only delicious and good for your skin, they are also helping to transform a community in Sri Lanka.

When we decided to develop a range of skin-beautifying teas, it was very important to me that they were not only organic but were sourced from a fair trade supplier.

I know that many of the workers in tea plantations in third-world countries are poorly paid and treated like second-class citizens.

For me, socially conscious business it is not about beating the supplier down to get the bottom dollar but paying a fair price for a quality product that is fair to all the people who are involved in producing it.

Bliss balls – probably the most photographed raw treat on the planet but still an awesome way to create a healthy treat with a variety of ingredients and in these ones we’ve added some fab Bestow Superfoods for an extra Easter boost!

 


RECIPE

1.5 cups of dates, soaked for 30 minutes in hot water then drained
2 tablespoons of cacao powder
2 tablespoons of almond meal
2 tablespoons of coconut oil, softened
1 teaspoon of pure vanilla essence
1-2 teaspoons of Bestow Berry Beautiful Powder (optional)
1 teaspoon of Bestow Beauty Powder (optional)
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Plus Oil (optional)
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
Pinch or two of himalayan salt

Blitz all of the above ingredients together in a food processor or bullet. Scrape out into a bowl and add the following:

2 tablespoons of organic dried cranberries
1 tablespoon of cacao nibs

Stir all together, place in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm up to make it easier to roll them. Then we have rolled a tablespoon of the mixture and coated with one tablespoon of pistachios – blitzed to fine crumb, 1 tablespoon of dried raspberry powder (available from organic or health food shops) and 1 tablespoon of unsweetened dessicated coconut.

Store in the fridge or freezer. Happy Easter!!

 

Four Bestow Sisterhood Sponsored Girls
On Track for a Bright Future Against the Odds

Dear friends,

I wanted to share a very encouraging story about the effect that your Bestow Sisterhood sponsorship is having on the lives of our little sisters in Cambodia. As you know, the girls we sponsor do not have the same opportunities that we have here in New Zealand. However, we received some surprising news this week which shows how well the Cambodia Charitable Trust (CCT) is doing in bridging this gap.  But before I tell you about that, I need to rewind this story back a few years…


CITY UNIVERSITY LAUNCHING PAD FOR RURAL CAMBODIAN GIRLS

Back in 2015, my husband Kevin and I joined my sister, Denise, on one of her trips to Cambodia. During our trip, I visited an academy in Phnom Penh set up by an American charity to provide support and accommodation for young, rural Cambodian women to make it possible for them to attend university.

Under normal circumstances, it is virtually impossible for a poor rural Cambodian girl to attend university in the city without outside support. It would be far too dangerous for her to live alone so far away from her family. Young men, on the other hand, are safer and more equipped to look after themselves. It was on this trip that I realised how crucial these charities are at providing the vital link in improving young women’s access to university education in Cambodia.

HOPES RAISED, HOPES DASHED

We were delighted to see that the young girls at this academy were supported above and beyond their university studies. They had extra classes to improve their English and learn skills in diplomacy and ethics. This kind of support meant they had far greater options upon graduation even the possibility of travelling overseas. We wanted to know if some of our rising stars from the Cambodian Charitable Trust (CCT) could attend this academy and follow this pathway towards university. We discussed a variety of options, like donating some of our personal funds to the academy in exchange for taking in our girls. We were so hopeful and excited about this possibility.

You can imagine how we felt when, Souen, the CCT Cambodian Manager, broke the news to us that it was unlikely that any of the CCT sponsored girls would achieve the academic levels required to be accepted into such a place. Growing up in the poverty-stricken conditions of rural Cambodia they were simply too disadvantaged, not to mention malnourished, and though CCT hugely improved education standards at their schools, they couldn’t compete with the quality teachers and education opportunities in the bigger cities. The best we could hope for, he said, was for our sponsored girls to become mothers who then tutored and encouraged the next generation of girls to pursue this type of opportunity.

 

 

A SURPRISING TWIST

We were saddened by this news, but Denise and the CCT continued their amazing work – upskilling teachers, upgrading school facilities and sponsoring children, thanks to sponsors like the Bestow Sisterhood.  CCT-sponsored schools, teachers and students have been going from strength to strength. Their work has been recognised by the Cambodian Ministry of Education who have asked them to implement a teacher training programme across all of Cambodia.  It is expected that the programme will raise the standard of education throughout the country!

Then, just this month, we received the following report from Jane Muller, one of the key members of New Zealand’s CCT team, after her latest visit to CCT-sponsored schools in Cambodia. She says:

“When we visited Ang Seyma Secondary School last month we were concerned that the dropout rate at the school has increased. The school director puts this down to the poverty in the area: the poorest families borrow money, can’t manage the repayments and end up withdrawing their children from school and sending them to work in the garment factories or on construction sites to help repay the loans.   In other cases, the parents move to Phnom Penh or Thailand for work and leave their children with grandparents or relatives.  The parents are rarely able to come home to visit, so the support to stay in school and get a good education is diluted. 

While this depressing pattern was occurring regularly, the school director told us about five amazing, high-achieving young women, four of whom are sponsored through the Bestow Sisterhood. He said, without a doubt, all five would have dropped out if it wasn’t for their CCT sponsorship.

Chontrea, sponsored by Hady Wenham at Forme Spa has been selected to sit the exam to find the top performing Grade Nine students in the country. Ouch Sokanha, sponsored by Matt and Lisa Williams of Professional Beauty Solutions – who distribute Bestow in Australia, and Lek Sam Ath, sponsored by Bestow Beauty, have been selected to sit the same exam for Grade Eight. Rachny, sponsored by Sarah Huggins from Inspire Beauty & Day Spa, is always top of her class in Grade Seven.

This sort of news is so encouraging. It was not that long ago we were told none of the students in our remote, rural schools could compete for top places against students from the cities. A few years later, the quality of the education they are being provided, and the support of their amazing sponsors, has led to these young women achieving at a highly competitive level academically. 

A heart felt thank you to those sponsors, you really are changing lives.

– Jane Muller

 

GOING FORWARD FROM HERE

Against the odds, there’s a good chance that these bright, dedicated girls will have the opportunity to attend an academy like the one we visited if they wish to.  Each are likely to go on to have bright futures with choice and autonomy over their own lives – something that was looking very unlikely just a few years ago.

We are blown away by these results which go well beyond what Denise and I thought would be possible. We feel so encouraged that by coming together as the Bestow Sisterhood and partnering with the CCT, we are opening up new possibilities for girls growing up in Cambodia who start out with far fewer opportunities than we have in New Zealand.

Being a part of the change happening in these girl’s lives is a wonderful feeling. Look at what we are achieving together!  Denise and I offer our heart-felt thanks for your generosity and compassion.

Janine Tait x

PS: If you would like to sponsor a girl through the Bestow Sisterhood, please CLICK HERE.

 

  • March 20, 2018

We are celebrating the arrival of summer with these delicious, yellow squares of goodness. The combination of mango and Turmeric create not only a vibrant colour but a tropical taste sensation. And because we were erring on the OCD side today we teamed our Turmeric Slice with our Bestow Turmeric Organic Tea (Puritea) and a gorgeous linen dress in shades of Turmeric from Widdess!

Full of healthy fats from coconut and Bestow Beauty Plus Oil, just a small piece of this treat is very satisfying, not to mention amazing for skin health!

This slice is also high in vitamin A (an essential skin nutrient) from the dried apricots and mango and is full of anti-inflammatory properties provided by the Turmeric.

Ingredients
1/2 cup of green banana flour (could sub almond flour)
3/4 cup of dried apricots, chopped (we prefer organic – sulphite free and they taste heaps better!!)
1/4 cup of sultanas
1 cup of coconut chips
1/3 cup of coconut butter
1/2 cup of mango or pineapple (fresh or frozen)
2 teaspoons of ground turmeric
3 tablespoons of coconut oil
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Plus Oil (or Bestow Beauty Oil)
Pinch of Himalayan salt

Method
Line tin with baking paper. Combine coconut oil, coconut butter, mango or pineapple, Himalayan salt and turmeric in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Stir until mango or pineapple has melted down and all ingredients are well combined. To help this process, once it has warmed through you can mash it in the saucepan.

Remove from the heat and add dry ingredients to saucepan. Mix well. Press the mixture into the prepared tin. Make sure to press down firmly so the mixture is compacted and will set well.

Place in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Slice into squares and keep in the freezer. Remove from the freezer a few minutes before serving.

GLUTEN FREE /DAIRY FREE / REFINED SUGAR FREE / VEGAN

 

  • December 6, 2017

This smoothie recipe includes delicious healthy fats in the form of coconut yoghurt and of course Bestow Beauty Oil. We have also added the latest addition to the Bestow family, Berry Beautiful.

Bestow Berry Beautiful helps to promote youthful, radiant, resilient skin and a general feeling of health and wellbeing. It’s almost impossible to limit our exposure to technology so it’s important to increase the levels of anti-oxidants in our diet. Bestow Berry Beautiful also contains kelp for thyroid support and chia for fibre, omega 3 and zinc. With all of these super-foods, Bestow Berry Beautiful provides a delicious, nutritious boost for everyday beauty, energy, protection and vitality.

The chia seeds in the powder and sprinkled on top are bound to keep you full providing the body with fibre to help with gut health.

RECIPE

250 ml of unsweetened liquid (such as water, coconut water, almond milk or coconut milk)
1/4 cup of berries fresh or frozen (such as boysenberries, raspberries, blackberries)
1/2 to 1 frozen banana
1 tablespoon of unsweetened, dairy free coconut yoghurt (optional)
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Oil
1 teaspoon of Bestow Berry Beautiful
1 teaspoon of chia seeds

Blend well, enjoy!

NOTES

Berries are a wonderful source of antioxidants, however be mindful of strawberries. These are considered a food that heats the skin so are best avoided by those with eczema, acne or rosacea, all of which have some form of inflammation present.

  • December 5, 2017

With the warm months ahead we’ve created some wonderful Iced Tea Recipes featuring our Bestow Organic Herbal Teas. You will find them very refreshing and hydrating for your skin. We recommend making a large jugful each day to enjoy throughout the day.

Make a strong brew of any of our teas by infusing two tablespoons of tea with a cup of boiling water. Add this to a one litre jug with a cupful or two of ice, add the ingredients of any of our iced tea options and top with filtered or sparkling water.

OPTION ONE

Sprigs of fresh mint / lime or lemon wedges / slices of cucumber

Perfect for: Eternitea, Lumositea, Puritea
and Generositea

OPTION TWO

Sprigs of fresh rosemary / lemon wedges / two cinnamon sticks / one tablespoon of raw honey

Perfect for: Beautea and Puritea

OPTION THREE

Sprigs of fresh mint / lemon wedges / slices of cucumber / half a cup of fresh berries / one tablespoon of raw honey

Perfect for: Eternitea, Lumositea, and Generositea

OPTION FOUR

Sprigs of fresh mint / lemon wedges / slices of fresh ginger / slices of peach or mango / one tablespoon of raw honey

Perfect for: Lumositea, Beautea and Generositea

OPTION FIVE

Sprigs of fresh lavender / lemon or lime wedges / juice and seeds of a pomegranate / slices of cucumber

Perfect for: Lumositea, Eternitea, Puritea and Generositea

 

HIBISCUS & CINNAMON

WHITE & GREEN TEA

ROOIBOS, CARDAMOM, CINNAMON, GINGER, CLOVE & NUTMEG

TURMERIC, GINGER, LEMONGRASS & CINNAMON

LEMONGRASS, HIBISCUS, CINNAMON & PEPPERMINT

Profits from the sale of Generositea go towards supporting the work of Cambodian Charitable Trust, providing education and opportunity for vulnerable girls. Thank you for being part of this good cause!

  • October 17, 2017

My sisters and I are thrilled to report that during April/May the Bestow Sisterhood has raised $1007 dollars from the sales of Generositea to donate to the Cambodia Charitable Trust.

Every two months, we will let you know which part of the CCT’s work Generositea sales are supporting. This time, the money is going to support the work of two nurses who are employed by the CCT to care for the children in their schools. Between them, the two nurses care for 7000 children – a huge task!

Below is an update from my sister, Denise Arnold, which will give you insight into the healthcare needs and improvements which impact the children in CCT schools.

Denise would dearly love to be able to employ another full-time nurse. It’s part of their ‘wish-list’ at the moment. I am so glad we are able to put some financial support towards this.

~ Janine Tait | Bestow Sisterhood

NURSES, HEALTH + CARE IN CAMBODIA

Thank you Bestow Sisterhood! It does my heart good to think of the care and support going to Cambodia from beauty therapists around New Zealand. Your Generositea sales are a very welcome addition to our income. Let me tell you where your financial support is going this time.

Every day, our staff in Cambodia are confronted with health issues that are preventing children from learning. When we are in Cambodia and visiting the sponsored children in their homes we often see health problems like diarrohea, scabies, glue ear and teeth infections that would be easily treatable in New Zealand, but which have a more significant impact on Cambodian children due to a lack of healthcare and education. Often, parents cannot get their child to a medical centre for early diagnoses and treatment – there may not be one in their village, or they may not be able to offer the consultation fee. Because of these factors, easily treatable illnesses can become complicated and serious.

Health issues in Cambodia can cause a child to be off school for days, weeks or occasionally, even longer. Not only does that immediately affect the child’s education, but experience shows that missing significant amounts of school dramatically increases the chances of a child dropping out of school completely.

Over the years the CCT has been steadily working on identifying the major health issues the Cambodian children face. The trust now employs two Cambodian nurses, Vibol, our male nurse, and Chantourn, our female nurse.  Impact Charitable Trust, another Kiwi NGO who we are delighted to be in partnership with, pay Chantourn’s wages, and have been a big help in developing our health team.

The task our nurses have been set is huge.  CCT now supports sixteen schools – about 7000 children (thanks to you, our wonderful donors!). That’s a massive caseload.

HEARING AND EYESIGHT HEALTHCARE

 

So, what do our nurses, Vibol and Chantourn, do?  They test every child’s hearing and eyesight. If there are concerns they arrange audiology or ophthalmology clinic appointments in the major towns, and accompany the children (with their parents) to the clinics.  Then they support the children in their treatment and follow-up.

This sounds straight forward but all that screening, in schools that are sometimes quite big distances apart, (especially on a little motorbike on terrible roads) is a big undertaking.  Then taking even one van- load of children to All Ears Audiology NGO in Phnom Penh or the Eye Clinic in Takeo for assessment and treatment is a full day expedition.

DENTAL HEALTH

The children’s dental health is awful. The pain and infection they suffer as a result is a huge barrier to education, and also impacts on children’s general health. There’s no government funded school dental programme like there is in New Zealand, so when the children’s teeth are checked through a CCT project it is almost always the first time this has occurred in their lives.

The Trust is now involved in an ongoing project with One2One, a dental NGO based in Cambodia.  It’s headed by a Kiwi dentist in Phnom Penh. In addition, Bethy, an amazing young Kiwi dentist, also working with One2One and doing post graduate study, has taken particular interest in helping the Trust deal with this major issue.

With One2One’s support, all the children in four of our 16 schools have had their teeth treated with Silver Diamine Flouride, a cost effective non-drilling treatment for, and prevention of, dental caries.  Our nurses have learned how to do the application. They are now working to expand this programme to all of our CCT supported schools.

 

LIFE-SAVING HYGIENE

Diarrhoea illness is a major child killer in South East Asia and Cambodia is no exception.  It also keeps children out of school and/or feeling unwell, and therefore is a big barrier to learning.  When CCT first began working with each of the schools it supports, none of them had a clean water supply or any toilets. Imagine seven thousand school children defecating in the rice fields and not washing their hands.  Many of you have contributed to water and sanitation projects in the schools so we now have toilets and drinkable water in all our schools.

But as we have learned over the years, just providing the infrastructure or materials doesn’t mean everyone is going to use them.  Particularly if they don’t have toilets and fresh water at home, which means the learning at school is not being reinforced at home. So we have an ongoing programme of handwashing and sanitation education for the children, which is implemented by our two nurses.

 

ADOLESCENT HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Finally, on our most recent visit we supported the roll out of an Adolescent Health Education Programme.   This programme will continue to be managed by our nurses; and will be presented to all different groups of students (divided by age and sex).

So you see, it is an almost impossible task that has been set for our two nurses, but they are doing their very best and remain committed and enthusiastic even with their overwhelming workloads.

The Bestow Sisterhood is a collective of beauty therapists and skincare clinics throughout New Zealand who are creating a brighter future for girls in rural Cambodia. 

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Meet Ly Sida
One of Our ‘Little Sisters

Ly Sida is one of the six girls we sponsor through Janine Tait Group. She is top in her class and wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Denise says it is girls like Sida who give her hope for the future of Cambodia. Meet Ly Sida.

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Generositea
The Bestow Sisterhood Tea

This beautiful rose-coloured tea is an organic blend of lemongrass, peppermint, hibiscus, cinnamon and cardamom.  All Bestow profits from the sale of Generositea will be donated to the Cambodia Charitable Trust

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A Tale of Two Sisters
The Story Behind the Sisterhood

Denise has always been a rescuer of souls. Even as a young girl she collected waifs and strays. Denise grew up, became a successful lawyer, married and had two beautiful girls. But she always had a feeling she was destined to do something more…

  • June 12, 2017

You may be like me and think ugh, split peas and get that instant furry taste in your mouth but I am pleased to say this soup is nothing like that! It is simple, tasty, and warm – perfect winter fare. I love making double then freezing half so you always have some on hand for those really bitter cold days.

This recipe is in Bestow Within II and I have added the dukkah from Bestow Savour to it for and extra taste sensation 🙂 You will also see that we have cleverly added Bestow Beauty Oil to the swirl of oil on the top for added nourishment.

 

 

CURRIED SPLIT PEA SOUP RECIPE

2 tablespoons of coconut oil
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves of garlic, chopped
1 teaspoon of curry powder
1 litre of vegetable stock
1 1⁄2 cups of organic green split peas, rinsed well
1⁄2 400g can of organic coconut milk (or more if you prefer)
Himalayan or sea salt and pepper
Coriander, for garnish

For the Curry-Spiced Ghee Oil:
1 tablespoon of coconut oil
2 teaspoons of curry powder
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Oil (optional)

Combine the coconut oil, onion, garlic, and curry powder in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Stir regularly until the onion and garlic soften (about 5 minutes). Add the vegetable stock and split peas and simmer, covered, until the peas are tender (about 45 minutes).

In the meantime, heat the tablespoon of coconut oil in a small saucepan over medium heat. When hot, stir in the curry powder and sauté for 1 minute. Remove from heat and set aside.

Once cool you can add your Bestow Beauty Oil.

When the split peas are  finished cooking, remove the saucepan from the heat, stir in the coconut milk and salt and puree in a blender. Add more salt to taste.

Serve drizzled with the remaining curried coconut oil, sprinkle with coriander leaves and freshly ground black pepper.

Serves 4 to 6

 

Split peas maybe small but from a nutritional perspective, they’re big! Being a very good source of dietary  fibre means that they can help lower cholesterol levels and assist the body in eliminating toxins that can lead to dull, lifeless skin. Split peas also help manage your blood-sugar levels by offering steady, slow-burning energy and preventing peaks in your blood-sugar that can result in the glycation (matting) of your precious collagen  fibres. To top it o  they contain good amounts of important minerals and B vitamins.

  • June 9, 2017

One-pot savoury meals, bursting with flavour are our favourite type of meals to cook. Our fifth recipe book Bestow Savour is a collection of vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, refined-sugar-free recipes which rescue vegetables from bland side dishes and make them the star of the show. The recipe that follows is one of these and perfect for this time of year as there is nothing better than a steaming bowl of Roasted Cauliflower Goodness Soup flavoured with turmeric, cumin, paprika and sumac and garnished with the thyme-fried mushrooms on a cool winter’s day!

 

Roast the Cauliflower.

 

Saute the onion and garlic and add the spices.

 

Golden and tasty!

 

Add the cauliflower and vegetable stock.

 

Simmer and blend.

 

Serve with thyme-fried mushrooms!

RECIPE:

2 heads of cauliflower, cut into florets
Olive oil
1 small onion, diced
3 garlic cloves, chopped
1⁄2 teaspoon turmeric, ground
1 teaspoon sumac, ground
2 teaspoon cumin, ground
2 teaspoon paprika, ground
1 litre of vegetable stock
Juice and zest of one lemon
1⁄4 cup of Italian parsley, chopped
Small handful of fresh thyme
1⁄2 cup of button mushrooms, sliced
Himalayan or sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

Preheat oven to 200 degrees celsius.

Arrange the cauliflower florets on a large baking tray lined with baking paper; use two baking trays if you need to. Sprinkle cauliflower with salt and pepper and drizzle generously with olive oil. Roast in oven for 30 minutes, turning over midway through. They should be starting to turn golden brown. Remove from oven. Reserve a cupful of florets for the top of the soup.

Meanwhile, heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large frypan. Saute the onion gently until translucent (10-15 minutes). Add the chopped garlic, turmeric, sumac, cumin and paprika. Stir together for a brief few seconds until fragrant.

Now add the roasted cauliflower. Stir to coat cauliflower well with the spices then add vegetable stock. Bring to a simmer on medium-high heat. Cover and cook for five minutes.

Uncover and remove from the heat, cool for 10 minutes. Using a stick blender, blend and liquid until you achieve desired consistency. If the soup is too thick add more stock or water.

Return to a medium heat and stir in the lemon juice.

While the soup is heating through, fry the mushrooms in a small pan in 1 tablespoon of olive oil over a medium- high heat. As they start to brown add some fresh thyme and cracked black pepper. Remove from the heat when they are starting to crisp and turn golden brown. Set aside.

Add the soup to serving bowls, top with mushroom, reserved cauliflower florets, fresh thyme, parsley and lemon zest. Season with salt and pepper.

And recently we were featured in the Bay of Plenty Times with the Cauliflower Goodness Soup being the main recipe 🙂

 

 

 

 

  • June 1, 2017

A breakfast smoothie is a delicious way to kick-start the day nutritionally and super-easy to make. This smoothie recipe includes protein to sustain your energy throughout the morning.  Naturally, it includes the Twin Skin Essentials (Bestow Beauty Oil and Bestow Beauty Powder) and you can also add any other Bestow blends you are using.

White beans are an amazing way to provide your smoothie with a creamy texture and a protein hit. Adding protein to a smoothie allows your body to stay full for longer and using beans is a skin-friendly way of doing this. Many protein powders and other protein products that are used in smoothies are congesting to the skin and just 1/4 cup of white beans provides you with the protein you need without causing you to break out. Creaminess is essential to a tasty smoothie and we find avocado is one of the best ways to do this as well as providing a serving of healthy fats for your body, keeping it full for longer. The chia seeds in the smoothie are bound to keep you full providing the body with fibre to help with gut health.

RECIPE

250 ml of liquid (such as water, coconut water, almond milk or coconut milk)
1/4 cup of cannelini beans (drained)
1-2 medjool dates (or 2 teaspoons of honey or rice syrup)
1/2 frozen banana
1/4 of a ripe avocado (optional)
1 tablespoon of Bestow Beauty Oil
1 dessertspoon of Bestow Beauty Powder
1 good handful of spinach leaves
1 teaspoon of chia seeds
6 fresh mint leaves (optional)

Blend well, enjoy!

 

  • May 24, 2017