A new crop of products pack superfoods like spirulina and kale to refresh your hair and skin.

By Lisa DeSantis
Updated: January 31, 2017
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A new crop of products pack superfoods like spirulina and kale to refresh your hair and skin.

So-fresh spirulina

Origins By All Greens Foaming Mask ($36; origins.com) bubbles up on skin to draw out impurities, thanks to detoxifying spirulina.

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Powered-up parsley

The herb offers more than an intoxicating aroma in Lush Parsley Porridge Soap ($7; lushusa.com)—parsley cleanses as oatmeal exfoliates.

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Anti-aging avocado

Help prevent undereye wrinkles with everyone’s favorite toast topping, found in Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado ($29; kiehls.com).

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Broccoli boost

Broccoli—in a sheet mask? Yep! This betacarotene-rich ingredient in Leaders Broccoli Superfood Mask ($6; leaderscosmeticsusa.com) softens skin.

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Exfoliating echinacea

The grainy mix of echinacea, rice bran powder, and cranberry seeds in Farmacy New Day ($30; sephora.com) gently sloughs away dead skin cells. Just add water!

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Soothing aloe

Not just for after-sun: Aloe has healing properties to mend parched lips. Try Vaseline Lip Therapy Aloe Tin ($4; walgreens.com).

Energizing eucalyptus

A wake-up call for dull strands, the eucalyptus oil in H2O+ Beauty Eucalyptus and Aloe Revitalizing Conditioner ($20; available in May) stimulates the senses; vitamins B and E add shine.

Purifying kale

Decongest pores and whisk away makeup with the kale, cucumber and mangosteen in Pacifica Super Detox Wipes ($9; ulta.com).

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