Matcha Glow, our coconut matcha latte with tremella mushroom, tocotrienols and amla berry, will energize you and hydrate your skin from the inside out.
What if your daily cup of wake-me-up could also provide hydrating and beautifying skin benefits without compromising on taste? We could all use a little extra nourishment for our skin over the winter season too.
Matcha Glow is a ready-to-use, matcha latte blend made with direct-source organic Japanese Classic Matcha. We've added our dairy-free creamer, made from organic coconut milk powder and tocotrienols (completely natural rice bran solubles), so all you need to do is add hot water and you have yourself a perfectly balanced matcha latte with no bitterness.
As always, we love to share what goes into creating our blends to make sure you know how it works. Read on to find out more about each of the ingredients in Matcha Glow.
Key Benefits of Matcha Glow:
The combination of mushrooms and plants in Matcha Glow work synergistically to nourish the skin through hydration, vitamin E and vitamin C all working from the inside out and by providing adaptogenic support for stress, which takes a toll on our skin.
When we formulated Matcha Glow, we knew first and foremost that it needed to taste amazing. Our goal is always to bring wellness into a drinkable form that you're excited about incorporating into your daily routine.
It's a fine balance creating a product that has real functional benefits and useful amounts of each beneficial ingredient, while crafting great taste.
What could make this matcha blend creamy, like a latte, while providing benefits for the skin? Our tocos coconut creamer. A healthy fat, vitamin E and antioxidant packed combo with a dreamy taste and a light fluffy consistency.
Skin hydration and nourishment.
Tremella is a functional mushroom that looks kind of like a loofah, if loofahs were made out of jelly. You may have heard it referred to as snow fungus or silver ear mushroom. It has been used as an ancient youth-preserving tonic.
We use a 10:1 high potency extract of the fruiting body of the mushroom, organically farmed and free from fillers.
Vitamin E and deep nutrition.
Tocotrienols are a natural form of vitamin E. Vitamin E is made up of four tocotrienols and four tocopherols. The tocotrienols used in Matcha Glow are rice bran solubles from organically grown rice. Rice bran is thought to be one of the most nutrient dense substances. It contains 70 antioxidants including Vitamin E. Plus, tocotrienols are light and fluffy and add a creaminess to the latte.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient that is essential for maintenance of healthy skin. The body cannot make Vitamin E on its own, it comes from the foods we eat and from supplementation.  In addition to the benefits for your skin, tocotrienols have neuroprotective, antioxidant, anti-cancer and cholesterol lowering properties. 
Natural whole food source of Vitamin C
Also known as Indian Gooseberry, Amla is the nutritious fruit of a tree native to India. It is often used in Ayervedic traditions to boost skin and hair health due to its vitamin C and antioxidant content. Multiple studies have found that the combination of vitamin C and vitamin E (found in the tocotrienols) protects the skin against UV damage. 
Key Benefits :
Whisk into hot water.
Froth with oat milk for extra creaminess.
Blend with healthy fats for an elixir.
1 sachet Matcha Glow
10 oz of hot water
1-2 tsp MCT oil
1 tbsp coconut butter
1 tsp of an energizing adaptogen like maca or siberian ginseng (optional)
sweetener, as desired
Add the hot water to your blender. For safety, do not use boiling water in your blender. Add mct oil and coconut butter then all your powders. Blend on high for 30 seconds.
Prefer a latte instead? Swap out the hot water for 12 oz of your favourite milk. We like oat.
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$20 CAD per box
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information above is not a substitute for medical advice and anyone with serious concerns about their health should consult an appropriate healthcare professional.
 Vitamin E and Skin Health, Alexander J. Michels, Ph.D. Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University. https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/health-disease/skin-health/vitamin-E
 Tocotrienols: Vitamin E Beyond Tocopherols, Chandan K. Sen, Savita Khanna, Sashwati Roy, Life Sci. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2007 Feb 2. Published in final edited form as: Life Sci. 2006 Mar 27; 78(18): 2088–2098. Published online 2006 Feb 3. doi: 10.1016/j.lfs.2005.12.001