Including fruit in to our diet is healthy but what about as a beauty ingredient? Maybe it is time to get fruity with our beauty routine.

Hask Rose Oil & Peach Colour Protection hair products

Just peachy with Hask’s latest hair care products. Peach fruit extract and hydrolyzes quinoa combine to help hydrated and moisture colour treated hair. Organic rose oil helps to reduce frizz, add shine and help prevent colour fading.  

Free from sulphates, parabens, phtalates, gluten, drying alcohol and artificial colours.

Shampoo £6.99; Conditioner £6.99; Deep Conditioning Treatment sachet £2.99. All from Superdrug.

Shea Moisture Fruit Fusion Coconut Water Bath, Body & Massage Oil

Soak your cares away in a fruit cocktail of Dragon Fruit, Lychee Berry and green apple extracts to stimulate the senses.

Also contains certified organic shea butter and coconut water to moisturise, nourish, and recharge tired looking skin plus Imbe oil to protect and Aloe to promote a healthy glow.

Pour into a warm bath for a fragrant spa experience, gently rub into the skin after a shower or bath to restore moisture or use as a therapeutic massage oil

Price £11.99 from Look Fantastic.

Korres Fig Body Butter

Wrap yourself in a sweet warming scent of freshly cut figs, one of the earliest fruits consumed by humans!

The body butter does contain fig extract for the scent, but the key ingredients are Shea Butter and the oil of another fruit – the Avocado, for their softening, nourishing and moisturising properties. Believe it or not, the Avocado is botanically classed as a very large single seeded berry! Price £12.50 from Indulge Beauty.

Too Cool for School Coconut Milky Mist Facial Mist

It is nutty fact but coconut is actually a stone fruit (drupe).

Formulated with 87% thirst quenching Brazilian coconut water and a splash of apple water, this facial mist helps give an instant boost of hydration to your skin as fatty acids in the coconut water form an invisible lightweight layer to prevent moisture loss. Can be used as a toner as well as a hydrating mist.

Paraben, sulphate and mineral oil free.

Price £18.50 from Cult Beauty.

Cocobaci Raspberry Kisses Oil Pulling

Grab your toothbrush – you’ve pulled!

The coconut strikes again as its oil is said to be most effective medium in attracting (or pulling) Streptococcus Mutans – the main bacteria that causes teeth cavities.

Flavours include Raspberry Kisses and Lemon & Fennel Sparkle.

Oil pulling refers to swishing oil in the mouth to activate those enzymes in the saliva that fight germs, prevents bad breath, protect tooth enamel and prevents tooth decay and gum disease. Oil pulling also helps whiten the teeth’s appearance.

Best to use first thing in the morning before drinking or eating and before brushing your teeth.

How to Use: Swish in the mouth for 5–10 minutes, spit it out (don’t swallow) rinse your mouth and then brush your teeth.

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