The Raw Truth
Juicing extends to skincare
We shop at organic farmers’ markets, clean our homes with plant-based sprays and even gulp down a detox cleanse every so often. But God only knows what’s in our face soap.
To give your skin equal treatment as your kitchen countertop, check out the Body Deli.
Made from raw foods rather than harsh detergents, products include everything from an almond-milk facial cleanser ($28) and sea-cucumber hydrator ($45) to a blueberry-acai micro scrub ($36) and honey enzyme peel ($48).
You may have heard of the popular California-based brand or even purchased items online before, but for the first time you can actually buy an edited selection here in New York at any of the five current Juice Press locations (and soon at the eight more that are in the works).
We recommend stopping by the new flagship Juice Press shop and café that just opened in the West Village this week. One of their raw-foods experts can help you structure a daily skincare routine as beneficial as your juice cleanse.
Juice Press, 122 Greenwich Ave. (at Eighth Ave.); juicepress.com/locations