Nateur Cooking With Leslie Kirchhoff

Ultimately, what you put in your body, shows up on your face. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite wellness experts to share their go-to recipe for glowing skin.

Name: Leslie Kirchoff

Instagram: @lesliekirchhoff + @discocubes

Job Description: I’m an artist and photographer, and I run a creative ice company called Disco Cubes.

Eat this for: Great skin.

Time & Place:  Pop these into a smoothie in the morning or your coffee.

Skin Food: Adaptogen powder, plus any fruit you have on hand.

Relieving Recipe to treaty anxiety: Meditation. Sometimes it feels hard to find the motivation to meditate, but I try to look at it as something that feels great—like a nap.

COVID-19 Silver Lining: Being able to take a step back and re-assess life and work.  

Skincare mantra: Respect your skin.


1 scoop of Agent Nateur Adaptogen Powder
1/2 c nut milk of choice
fresh fruit

Mix a scoop of adaptogen powder into a half cup of nut milk. Mix well, and pour into an ice cube tray as your first layer. Freeze for at least 1 hour. This should be a small layer. Once the first layer is partially frozen, add chopped fruit and top with nut milk. Leave room for one more layer of fruit and/or milk if desired. Freeze for at least 4 hours before using.

*This is a great way to save fruit at its peak ripeness. Use these cubes as a base for smoothies, or even leave out the fruit and throw one into your coffee as an adaptogen creamer.