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Nail tech self-love: support the health of your skin, hair & nails with a teaspoon a day…

By Alex Fox | 16 June 2021 | Feature, Health & wellbeing

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Calling all busy nail artists and techs, a teaspoon a day of this nutrient-rich berry mixture from SuperU will add to your self-love and care regime.

This anti-oxidant supplement, as seen on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den, is a natural blend of ingredients that promise to nourish the hair, skin and nails with just one teaspoon a day popped in a yogurt, oatmeal or a refreshing drink.

Here’s the news…How & why to dine out on this teaspoon of Berry Beauty

✓ 1 teaspoon = your recommended daily intake of vitamin C. (Vit C is a must in these times.)
✓ Supports the health of skin, hair and nails.
✓ 8 real food ingredients – with nothing else added.
✓ Source of zinc, copper & vitamin C – for natural collagen formation.
✓ Add to water, smoothies, yoghurt, oats and more.


What’s in the teaspoon?


These tiny seeds are a nutritional powerhouse – providing an impressive dose of fibre, calcium and antioxidants in a tiny seed shell.


A tropical fruit native to South America, the acerola cherry is a potent source of health-boosting antioxidants. Its amazing vitamin C content, which increases the production of collagen and keratin to support hair, skin and nail growth – makes it the perfect superfood for Berry Beauty.


Maqui is an exotic purple berry that grows wild in South America. Maqui berries have a high content of anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant that protects against free radicals, which damage both our health and our looks.


A favourite in smoothie bowls, the acai berry is known to be rich in antioxidants, which help defend skin, hair and nails from cellular damage. In South America, the acai berry is also known as the ‘Beauty Berry’ due to its power to keep skin healthy and youthful.


Blueberries have the highest antioxidant content among all commonly consumed fruits and veg. These antioxidants protect the skin, hair and nails from damage and supports their growth and quality from within.


Native to North America, cranberries have earned their superfood status thanks to their burst of nutrients.They have been shown to boost the immune system and fight-off infection (like UTIs).


One of the most popular berries out there, strawberries were once deemed a luxury food only to be enjoyed by royalty. Thankfully, this is no longer the case and we can all harvest the power of strawberries for a delicious dose of vitamins C & K, as well as minerals and fibre.


Maca is an adaptogen, which means that it works to balance your biology and promote the natural state of homeostasis. This minimises the harmful effects of stress and fatigue on the body.

Learn more here: SuperUs


Berry Beauty Recipe Tips


  • Add a tsp. to a glass of cold water with some ice, chopped berries and fresh lime for a morning tonic.
  • Blend with frozen berries, mango, spinach, nut milk and ice for a refreshing smoothie.
  • Sprinkle over oats, add to energy balls or any healthy homemade recipe.