Nateur Cooking With Leslie Kirchhoff

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.