Skin-Boosting Juice That’s A Supermodel MUST

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Considering her canvas of choice is clean, glowing skin, it’s no surprise that makeup artist Wendy Rowe has developed a healthy obsession for keeping her clients’ complexions in top shape in the face of long-haul flights and crack-of-dawn call times. But for Rowe, who counts Sienna Miller and Victoria Beckham among her fans, good skin is as much a matter of nutrition as the right concealer, prompting her to team up with London juice company Roots & Bulbs to create her own liquid radiance booster, Pure Skin. The cold-pressed, coconut water–based concoction spiked with anti-inflammatory turmeric, soothing aloe, and clarifying mint has inspired a cult following on Instagram of late, with model Aya Jones spotted taking swigs backstage at Paris couture week, and Anja Rubik andToni Garrn offering further fresh-faced evidence that you can, in fact, sip your way to better skin.


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Photo: Courtesy of Anja Rubik / @anja_rubik

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Photo: Courtesy of Wendy Rowe / @wendyrowe


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Photo: Courtesy of Toni Garrn / @tonigarrn


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Photo: Courtesy of Charlotte Wiggins / @charlottewiggins


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Photo: Courtesy of Wendy Rowe / @wendyrowe
Source: Vogue.com
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