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Start Fresh with Pressed Juicery

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Post-holiday blues have set in. The weather is frosty, my skin is dry, and my jeans are tight from too much Christmas cookies! What better way to kick-start the year with a cleanse? To jump start things, I turned to Pressed Juicery, beloved by fashionistas, beauty mavens and celebrities.

Pressed Juicery was born out of the idea that in order to find fulfillment and balance each day, modern people need to be armed with a fresh set of tools that are simple, convenient, and tailored to their hectic schedules. Their principal is simple – “our bodies require vital nutrients to function at their optimal levels.”

Their drinks are blended daily and personalized to your lifestyle, providing you with the option to hop online and order individual bottles or a cleanse package, straight to your doorstep as often as you'd like.

Making it even simpler, they offer three cleanse options with varying intensities. Not sure which to start? Take their quiz and the experts at Pressed will select one for you. Then order, and have delivered to your door for maximum results, not to mention taste! Sure, the extreme green juice can be a bit much, but later in the day you’re rewarded with a fresh citrusy blend of fruits and herbs or better still, an almond-vanilla blend that tastes just like a milkshake (I swear).

The health benefits to cleansing are lengthy; better sleep patterns, a regular colon, increased mental clarity, and better stamina. Not surprising, the beauty benefits are just as long leading to better skin, healthy hair and nails, and a fresh complexion.

Not to mention that after the indulgence from the holiday season, doing a little something healthy for your body feels pretty darn good.



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