Wake up feeling refreshed and energised with the help of Natural Beauty Sleep.

Natural Beauty Sleep is a plant-based formulation that harnesses the power of Australian native superfoods (Kakadu Plum, Quandong, Lemon Myrtle, Anise Myrtle) to help you relax and unwind into a deep, restful sleep. Better yet, it helps you stay asleep for better recovery––no more unnecessary wake-up calls in the middle of the night. As a result, you wake up feeling better than ever with a focused mind that helps you conquer the day.

Why you’ll love Natural Beauty Sleep

  • Helps you fall asleep naturally faster
  • Helps you sleep deeper and longer throughout the night
  • Wake up feeling refreshed and energised
  • Supports Collagen production to revive tired-looking skin
  • Plant-based formula that’s made with organic ingredients

Order Natural Beauty Sleep to give your mind and body the rest it deserves! 100% satisfaction guarantee. 

Natural Beauty Sleep contains:

  • 300% of your daily intake* of Vitamin C - a precursor to melatonin & an essential building block for collagen
  • 160% of your daily intake* of Vitamin D - shown to improve sleep duration and quality 
  • Vitamin E, Calcium, Folate, Magnesium, Iron & Zinc
  • Rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, anti-inflammatories & anti microbials 

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  *Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) based on average adult diet of 8,700kj

Natural Beauty Sleep is a groundbreaking new 100% plant-based, FODMAP-friendly formulation of freeze-dried wholefood powders made with highly potent Australian native superfoods.

100% Natural freeze-dried wholefoods: Research consistently shows that synthetic vitamins are no replacement for nutrient dense wholefoods. Natural Beauty Sleep contains a unique formulation of nothing but freeze-dried wholefood powders - a process which locks in all the nutrients - making it easy for you to consume a consistent amount of vitamins and minerals that support your body's essential functions each day.

Earth's most powerful superfoods: Natural Beauty Sleep is formulated with a nutrient-rich cocktail of Australian native superfoods which are among the most nutrient dense on the planet. Each serve contains the highest level of nutrients available from any natural source which delivers the maximum benefits to your body.

Natural source of Vitamin D: This formulation contains 160% of your recommended daily intake* of Vitamin D from one of the only alternative natural sources to sunlight - an Organic Shiitake Mushroom that has been specially grown to absorb high levels of Vitamin D from the sun. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to poor sleep quality and duration, along with a variety of disorders such as sleep apnoea.

Plant-based collagen support: Offering 300% of your recommended daily intake* of Vitamin C, Natural Beauty Sleep nourishes your body while in its natural restorative state of sleep to support your own collagen production and promote plumper, smoother, younger looking skin.

FODMAP friendly: ‘Gut friendly' doesn’t always mean FODMAP friendly. Natural Beauty Sleep has been tested on people with FODMAP sensitivities with no resulting reaction. As trigger foods vary greatly between individuals, please consult your doctor or dietitian before taking this product.

 *Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) based on average adult diet of 8,700kj

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~ Naturally gluten, nut, soy, yeast and sugar free. Non-GMO ~

Kakadu Plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana): The powerhouse. Earth’s richest natural source of Vitamin C; 100x more than oranges. An essential building block for collagen.

Quandong (Santalum acuminatum): High in Vitamin E, Folate, Magnesium and Calcium, as well as a valuable vegan source of Iron and Zinc. Rich source of phenolic-based antioxidants which help boost the immune system and reduce inflammation in the body and skin.

Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora): Earth's richest natural source of Citral, a powerful anti-inflammatory. Traditionally used as a calmative to promote relaxation and a better night's sleep.

Anise Myrtle (Syzygium anisatum): High in skin-loving antioxidants and rich in Magnesium which promotes restful sleep. A good source of Lutein, Folate and Vitamins C & E. Contains anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties.

Organic High Vitamin D Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinula edodes): A naturally potent vegan source of Vitamin D which plays an important role in the proper function of bodily tissues including the skin.

Organic Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata): Recommended by herbalists as a powerful nervine tonic to help manage stress, anxiety and prepare the mind for a restful night’s sleep.

Organic Australian Beetroot Juice (Beta vulgaris): Naturally rich in nitrite, a compound known to improve blood flow, lower blood pressure and promote better sleep.

Australian Whole Lemon (Citrus limon): High in vitamins, minerals, citrus bioflavonoids, essential oils and enzymes.

Pure Organic Stevia Extract (Rebaudioside 97): Purest natural source of sweetness as well as FODMAP friendly in small doses.

Antioxidant capacity and hydrophilic phytochemicals in commercially grown native Australian fruits

This study tested the hydrophilic phytochemicals and antioxidant capacities of eight commercially grown Australian native fruits. Results found that kakadu plum contained a 6 times higher level of phenolic compounds (antioxidants) than blueberries – an antioxidant rich ‘superfood’, and quandong contained a 1.9 times higher level. Both fruits also showed superior free-radical scavenging capacity when compared with the blueberry.

Aguas, P., Dunstan, M., Konczak, I., Zabaras, D. (2010) Antioxidant capacity and hydrophilic phytochemicals in commercially grown native Australian fruits. Food Chemistry. Vol. 123, Issue 4, 1048-1054

Anti-inflammatory potential of native Australian herbs polyphenols

This study tested the anti-inflammatory potential of hydrophilic polyphenolic-rich extracts obtained from native Australian herbs. Results found that anise myrtle and lemon myrtle selectively inhibited COX-2 and iNOS enzymes, making them potentially efficient anti-inflammatory agents.

Guo, Y., Konczak, I., Sakulnarmrat, K. (2014) Anti-inflammatory potential of native Australian herbs polyphenols. TOxicolody Reports. Vol.1, 385-390

The link between vitamin D metabolism and sleep medicine

This review found that abnormally low levels of vitamin D are common among populations seeking care for sleep-medicine complains and may cause or contribute to common sleep disorder symptoms including chronic pain, reduced sleep quality and impaired experience of wakefulness. Emerging evidence suggest that low vitamin D levels increase the risk for autoimmune disease, chronic rhinitis, tonsillar hypertrophy, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Persistent inadequacy of vitamin D may also increase the risk for obstructive sleep apnea via promotion of adenotonsillar hypertrophy, airway muscle myopathy, and/or chronic rhinitis.

Chesson, A.L. Jr, Jain, S., McCarty, D.E., Marino, A.A. (2014) The link between vitamin D metabolism and sleep medicine. Sleep Medicine Reviews. Vol. 4, 311-9 

Improvement of pain, sleep, and quality of life in chronic pain patients with vitamin D supplementation

In this randomised, controlled trial study by Huang et al., patients were given supplements based on their vitamin D status. Overall, their vitamin D status improved from a mean of 18.57 ng/mL up to 26 ng/mL post-intervention, and their sleep time increased by approx 45 minutes on average. It was concluded that standard vitamin D supplementation can be effective in improving sleep in addition to pain levels and quality of life. 

Crankshaw, A.K., Huang, W., Long, Q., Shah, S., Tangpricha, V. (2013) Improvement of pain, sleep and quality of life in chonic pain patients with vitamin D supplementation. Clinical Journal of Pain, Vol 29, Issue 4, 341-347

The Roles of Vitamin C in Skin Health

This review discusses the potential roles for vitamin C in skin health and summarises the research to date. It compares the efficacy of nutritional intake of vitamin C versus topical application, identifies the areas where lack of evidence limits our understanding of the potential benefits of vitamin C on skin health, and suggest which skin functions – including collagen synthesis and assisting in antioxidant protection against UV-induced photodamage - are most likely to benefit from improved nutritional vitamin C intake.

Carr, A.C., Pullar, J.M., Vissers, M.C.M. (2017) The Roles of Vitamin C in Skin Health. Nutrients, Vol. 9 (8), 866

Vitamin D and the skin: Focus on a complex relationship

This review sheds light on the “sunshine” vitamin and the increasing evidence that supports its vital role in the functioning of our immune system and photoprotection of the skin from UV damage, along with reducing the risk and incidence of skin cancer, psoriasis, acne and rosacea, pigmentation, dermatitis and hair loss.

Mostafa, W.Z., Hegazy, R.A. (2015) Vitamin D and the skin: Focus on a complex relationship: A review. Journal of Advanced Research, Vol. 6(6), 793-804

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