7 Day Skin Reset: Day 5 – WET & DRY

Our challenge to you for today is to try and drink eight glasses of water. A lack of hydration makes your complexion dull and can even highlight your wrinkles, so it important to hydrate. Not just by drinking plenty of water but also make sure you use a moisturiser that will nourish and lock in hydration – the Lilly Pilly & Omega 3 Face Moisturiser will do this for you.




Believe it or not body brushing has huge benefits for the skin especially for those with sensitive skin who may react to scrubs. Just a couple of minutes a day will target your lymphatic system and release toxins, discourage fluid retention and cellulite, and remove dry skin.

After a good dry body brushing session with our amazing natural fibre body brush, we recommend applying the Rohr Remedy Boab & Rosehip Oil which is the multivitamin of oils. By massaging this into your skin, you will not only improve circulation but also lock-in hydration, leaving you glowing from head to toe.

  1. Gently, using upward strokes towards the heart, brush dry skin in circular motions.
  2. Start with feet, move up legs, then arms – hands to elbows, elbows to shoulders. Gently brush chest, stomach, back and shoulders.



Yoga helps with damaged skin cells. Breathing exercises like Pranayama’s increase oxygen flow through the body, which aids in cell regeneration. Deep breathing opens your lungs to accommodate more oxygen, which sends blood directly to your skin cells. This oxygenated blood is rich in regenerative properties that heal skin damages caused by free radicals and excessive sun exposure.





Vitamin C is essential for helping the body produce collagen so make sure to include it in your diet. Kakadu Plum contains the highest content of Vitamin C in the world and is an amazing natural method to help stimulate the production of collagen. Try the Kakadu Plum Face Serum with Vit C – it’s a beauty game changer.


Ginger contains more than 40 different antioxidants that fight signs of ageing. Ginger helps skin by flushing out toxins and encouraging blood circulation.

(serves 1)


  • 1 banana
  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1/3 Avocado
  • Thumb of ginger
  • ½ Lebanese Cucumber
  • 2 TBSP Hemp seeds
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 TBSP goji berries


  1. Add all ingredients except goji berries into a food processor or nutribullet mixing well, adding a little more water if wanted for desired consistency.
  2. Serve with goji berries on top.



Simple and delicious. There are 18 grams of protein in this lunch with a dose of Omega-3 provided by hemp seeds. The Omega-3s play a major role in skin repair, moisture content and overall flexibility of cells.


  • 2 – 3 rice cakes
  • 1 heaped TBSP of natural peanut butter
  • 1 banana
  • 2 TBSP hemps seeds
  • Optional – sprinkle of salt


  1. Spread peanut butter on rice cakes.
  2. Chop banana in slices and place on rice cakes.
  3. Sprinkle hemp seeds on top (and optional to add a sprinkle of salt).



Avocados provide a rich source of nourishing fat that helps to moisture us from within. The biggest skin supporting element of avocados are the fatty acids which are essential for skin, nail and hair health. They contain antioxidants, plant sterols, minerals, and vitamins, including Vitamins C and E. Together these can help boost the production of collagen and soothe inflammation.


  • 1 small to medium sweet potato (roughly 420-450 grams)
  • 1 bunch of kale
  • lemon’s rind and juice of whole lemon
  • 1 avocado
  • 3 TBS Hemp seeds
  • 1 teaspoon of olive oil
  • Sea salt and ground black pepper to taste
  • Nutritional yeast (optional)


  1. Preheat oven to 200C fan setting.
  2. Poke holes in the sweet potato with a fork then place on a baking tray cooking for 40-50 minutes until soft.
  3. While the sweet potato is cooking make the kale salad.
  4. Wash, dry then remove most of the stems chopping kale into thin ribbons.
  5. Grate the lemon’s rind and juice the whole lemon over the kale, add oil and salt also
  6. Massage the kale with flesh of avocado, pinch of salt, olive oil, hemp seeds and lemon rind and juice with your hands to soften the leaves and in a large bowl until kale with hands until it softens, will take a couple of minutes
  7. When the sweet potato is cooked remove from oven and cut in half, dispense half of the kale salad (leaving half for lunch tomorrow) over the sweet potato and on top.
  8. Store half of the kale salad in an airtight container for tomorrow’s lunch.


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