Ginger Almond Smoothie: Delicious and Healthy!

The ingredients in this smoothie will help fight skin blemishes from the inside out. Learn how to make it!
Ginger Almond Smoothie: Delicious and Healthy!

Last update: 24 March, 2019

Every day your skin is exposed to all kinds of environmental contaminants that can cause blemishes, skin damage, and other conditions. One great option is this 100% natural ginger almond smoothie chock-full of nutrition to help treat spots.

They directly interfere with cellular regeneration and the processes in charge of keeping your skin elastic, firm, and healthy.

Skin blemishes are one of the most common effects, and while they may not affect your health, they are indeed an aesthetic issue that can lower your self-esteem.

Skin spots are the result of continual exposure to the sun’s UV rays and the harmful compounds in polluted air.

Fortunately there are many ways to keep them away while improving your skin and its ability to renew itself.

While it’s no miracle product, adding it to your diet will help you see results more quickly.

Take a look!

Ginger almond smoothie to clear up skin spots

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Ginger almond smoothies have become popular all over the world because of how good they are for your health and skin.

This one is made with organic ingredients and has a nutritional makeup that directly benefits your skin, stimulating regeneration processes.

It contains fiber, vitamin B6, and potassium, which not only protect your skin but also support your bones, kidneys, and heart.

The main ingredients are ginger and almond butter, but it also contains banana and hemp seeds, two nutrition-packed ingredients.

The smoothie’s anti-inflammatory powers help fight fluid retention and skin problems related to it.

It is an antiseptic and contains antioxidants that keep your skin clear and free of wrinkles and spots.

In addition, these ingredients stimulate skin cell activity and protect them from damage that free radicals can cause.

That’s because they provide your body with significant amounts of vitamin E and essential fatty acids, two substances that help preserve skin moisture, elasticity, and melanin levels.

How do I make this ginger almond smoothie?

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It’s easy to make this smoothie and doesn’t require any expensive or hard-to-find ingredients.

It does contain more calories than other drinks, but it’s a healthy way to satisfy your hunger while treating your skin.

The ingredients in this smoothie will give your energy and all kinds of nutrients. So we highly recommend it for times when you need an energy boost.

That said, we should clarify that it won’t clear up spots all by itself; other steps should be taken, both internally and externally.

This smoothie is a remarkably great way to reinforce your skin care routine.


  • 2 bananas
  • 1 piece of ginger, grated
  • 2 cups of water (500 ml)
  • 1 tablespoon of organic almond butter (20 g)
  • 3 tablespoons of hemp seeds (30 g)


  • Freeze the two bananas for a creamy smoothie.
  • When they’re ready, cut them into pieces and add them to the blender.
  • Add the ginger, preferably grated.
  • Pour the water in and blend for a few seconds.
  • Next put the blender on low speed and add the organic almond butter and hemp seeds.
  • Blend until smooth and lump-free.
  • Serve with a few ice cubes in the morning or afternoon.
  • Drink at least three times a week.
  • Avoid excessive consumption, because it’s not a good idea to exceed your recommended daily calories.

Remember that you should consume it regularly for best results and accompany it with good skin care habits.

Use sunscreen every day, eat better, and use topical creams or face masks.

Be consistent with these recommendations and you’ll see that it’s not impossible to get rid of those bothersome blemishes.

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