7 Day Skin Reset: Day 6 – SKINCARE AT NIGHT

“When I created Rohr Remedy I wasn't thinking about beauty. I was thinking about plants and their nutritional benefits, how to detox and nourish the body, and the ritual of skincare” - Emily Rohr, founder of Rohr Remedy

There are 2 pillars of skincare: nurturing your body and nurturing your soul. Rohr Remedy products make changing to a clean beauty routine simple. Our products are not just for your skin, but for your optimum self. You will want to make these wild-harvested, potent, native Australian bio-actives designed to nourish and detox the body part of your daily ritual to nurture your whole being.




It is important to include an antioxidant rich serum in your nightly beauty routine. This serum packs a punch and is a collagen-boosting virtuoso that will say goodbye to fine lines and wrinkles and keep skin hydrated and luminous all winter long.

  1. After cleansing and moisturising add a generous layer of the Rohr Remedy Kakadu Plum Face Serum with Vit C to your face.



The benefits of exercise for your skin continue after you stop moving — the increased relaxation you feel after exercise shows on the face with lessened muscle tension and fewer worry lines. The skin colour is improved because of the increase in blood flow to the skin and it also helps to reduce cellulite.

Here’s Day 6’s exercise from fitness trainer Sarah Wallwork:

Warm up

  1. Jog on the spot for two minutes.
  2. Focus on relaxing the shoulder and connecting with the breath.
  3. Try to breath down into the belly instead of up into the shoulders. 


  1. Cat/cow spinal curls – on your hands and knees, starting with your lower spine and working up to the top, curl everything forwards until your chin is on your chest and your tail is tucked under.
  2. Then reverse the curl, gently pushing the top of your spine back towards your tail.
  3. Repeat five times. 


  1. 30s front plank on elbows
  2. 10 push ups
  3. 20 bicycles
  4. 10 push ups
  5. 15 hip lifts
  6. 10 push ups
  7. 10 squats
  8. 10 push ups
  9. 20 lunges
  10. 10 push ups
  11. Repeat 1-10 three times.
  12. 50 skips – with skipping rope if you have it, or on the spot. Feet together, standing tall, small jumps and squeeze your butt.
  13. 1min burpees
  14. 20 star jumps – arms in the air as your feet jump apart, then bring arms down and legs together simultaneously.
  15. Repeat 12-14 three times.





Nuts provide protein, minerals, essential fatty acids, fibre and essential vitamins such as A and E, two specifically great for skin.

(serves 1)


  • 1 tsp oil
  • 130g mushrooms (Portobello or mix of Portobello and enoki)
  • Handful of baby spinach

Pesto Ingredients:

  • 1 TBSP Olive oil
  • 1/3 cup cashews
  • ½ glove of garlic
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • ½ tsp onion powder
  • Handful of fresh basil (including stalks)
  • Salt and pepper to taste 


  1. Place a pan on medium heat adding a drizzle of olive oil
  2. Once warm, add the mushrooms and a pinch of salt. Leave to cook for around 10 minutes or when the mushrooms become soft, stir occasionally.
  3. Make the pesto by adding all ingredients to a blender and pulsing – add water sparingly if needed until desired consistency reached.
  4. When the mushrooms are almost cooked add the pesto over low heat to mix together well.
  5. Serve on a bed of baby spinach adding cracked black pepper over the top.



Kale is another superfood because it packs a considerably higher amount of key nutrients into each calorie compared to regular fruits and vegetables. Kale contains high amounts of Vitamin C, making it highly effective at reducing free radical damage (caused by exposure to pollutions). Free radicals consume collagen and elastic, which results in wrinkles and other signs of premature ageing. Vitamin C is also involved in the production of elastic tissue found in the skin, ligaments, tendons, cartilage and blood vessels.

This takes the saved topping from yesterday's DAY 5 KALE SALAD LOADED SWEET POTATO.


  • Kale salad leftovers
  • GF wrap
  • 2-3 slices of red capsicum
  • 1 TBSP sauerkraut
  • 3-4 Cherry tomatoes chopped in half
  • Handful of parsley or coriander
  • Salt and pepper


  1. Wash and prepare vegetables.
  2. Assemble wrap with all ingredients, salt and pepper to taste.



Teaspoon of peanut butter in a pitted medjool date!



Lemony pesto contains Vitamin C, inducing skin cells to detox and force out impurities and sweat.

This Pesto Pasta is multivitamin hit!

  • Double the pesto ingredients and keep in the fridge and add it to steamed veggies or as a dip with crackers.
  • Add some steamed or grated broccoli to further enhance skin health and immunity.


  • 1 portion of short GF pasta (roughly 125g)
  • ½ zucchini grated or zoodled
  • 1/3 cup frozen peas

Pesto Ingredients

  • 1 TBSP Olive oil
  • 1/3 cup cashews
  • ½ glove of garlic
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • ½ tsp onion powder
  • Handful of fresh basil (including stalks)
  • Handful of baby spinach
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Optional – sprinkle of nutritional yeast 


  1. Boil water in a medium saucepan and cook 1 portion of pasta according to packet instructions.
  2. Add pesto ingredients to a small food processor or small nutribullet cup and blend
  3. Grate half a zucchini and put aside.
  4. When pasta is cooked drain the water and place cooked pasta back on the stove adding grated zucchini, frozen peas and pesto sauce stirring on medium for 2-3 minutes.
  5. Salt and pepper to taste.


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