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Beauty buff juiceheads, rejoice: Moon Juice, the same crystal-carrying, fresh-pressing folks that brought organic sex tonic to Venice and Silver Lake, has expanded their range of Moon Tonics to include beauty and wellness elixirs. Starting right now, the local juicers are peddling their new Beauty Milk—a collagen boosting, skin hydrating concoction—and the melatonin-making Goodnight Milk at both LA locations for $9 a pop.
On top of that, founder and former food writer Amanda Chantal Bacon tells Vogue she'll soon be offering Moon Dust ($35), a mix of therapeutic dried herbs created with the help of a pro Chinese herbalist. But there's more: In addition to rolling out new health brews, the juicery also plans on launching an online apothecary this spring. Whoo-hoo!
· Moon Juice [Official Site]
· L.A.'s Cult Juice Bar Debuts a New Line of Beauty and Wellness Tonics [Vogue]
· Mapped! The Ultimate Guide to LA's Best Juice Bars [Racked]
· Moon Juice Opens in Silver Lake; Hello Kitty Jet Headed to LAX [Racked]