Why Wellness Guru Amanda Chantal Bacon Still Drinks Her Sex Dust

“I sneak this tonic in, which is Sex Dust, Spirit Dust, Brain Dust, Collagen Protect, hot water and some cacao that actually fits in with the intermittent fasting rules.”

Amanda Chantal Bacon, 36, opened the first location of Moon Juice in Venice, California in 2011. Originally a pressed-juice bar with adaptogenic dusts (supplements made from herbs and mushrooms), Bacon’s company now includes a skin care line and cookbook. Its range of supplements with names like Beauty Dust, Dream Dust and Sex Dust are now also sold at Sephora ($38 for 1.5 ounces). The founder herself went viral in 2015 after her food diary full of esoteric ingredients and hard-to-pronounce health foods was published by Elle. (”I chase [my chi drink] with three quinton shots for mineralization and two Lypo-Sphericl Vitamin...

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