The beauty supplement category has been heavily trending in the last few years, with innovative gummies, powders, capsules or beverages that say they deliver younger-looking skin, healthier hair and overall better well-being. These latest incarnations are the best new ingestibles to try that promise to boost the results of your daily skin- and hair-care routines.
Superfoods, vitamins and minerals—like chlorella, vitamin C, zinc and evening primrose extract—have antibacterial properties, work to calm inflammation and alkalize microflora to deliver clear skin from the inside out.
Mix this innovative 3-D printed supplement into heated milk every morning for a blend of hair-strengthening ingredients like turmeric, ashwagandha, zinc, biotin and vitamin B12 for a flavorful and calming ritual inspired by aryuvedic tradition.
This plant-based supplement from Kate Hudson’s wellness line includes marine collagen to help rejuvenate skin, and schisandra and aria berries which provide powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammation properties with every dose.
Just two capsules in the morning is the secret to plump, glowy, hydrated skin with this skin booster that features vitamin C, aloe vera, vegan hyaluronic acid and Korean red ginseng.
With four grams of collagen per serving, and with flavors like Fruity Cereal, Birthday Cupcakes and Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch, this beauty bar makes it easy to incorporate collagen into your routine while reaching for your afternoon snack.
Sip in supple skin with this slowly simmered, collagen- and protein-rich bone broth that sets itself apart from the rest by using organically certified ingredients and vegetarian-fed, free-range chicken bones.
In Fiore Lâche–Lymphe ($85)
The lymphatic system helps expel toxins that can lead to acne, loss of elasticity and premature aging. This tincture is a quick way to stimulate lymphatic clearing with natural ingredients like calendula, Butcher’s Broom, echinacea and tangerine essential oil.
Customized specifically for your personal hair needs, these bespoke, plant-based capsules contain millet—a whole grain packed with protein, nutrients and antioxidants—grown in France’s Loire Valley.