I’m a big believer that when it comes to skincare using the right products is simply not enough. We need to take a three pronged approach to arrive at the destination we want – incredible radiant skin. Vitabiotic’s Perfectil Platinum Collagen Drinks can help get you there!
The Three Steps on the Journey to Incredible Skin
- Topical Treatment – what we apply ON our skin
- Diet and Supplements – what we put INTO our body
- Professional Treatments – regular facials with a beauty therapist or skin consultant
Perfectil is a range of supplements from Vitabiotics, which I’m sure you’ve all heard of. It is the UK’s leading beauty supplement for skin, hair and nails but is starting to make waves here in Ireland, which is no real surprise, given the results you can achieve. Loved by many celebrities including the gorgeous Nicole Scherzinger, it is known for it’s incredible effects as well as the phenomenal research they put in to each of their products. On talking about Perfectil Nicole says, “My go-to vitamin is Perfectil. I really feel my skin and hair are more radiant and shining than ever before.” Hard to believe Nicole is 39!!! I think she looks incredible! In tonight’s post I’m talking about Perfectil’s Platinum Collagen Beauty Drinks. They have two different kinds, one formulated specifically for skin, and the other for hair!
Perfectil Platinum Collagen for Skin
- contains marine collagen, vitamins, minerals, hyaluronic acid and Co-Q 10.
- the dermal layer of our skin contains collagen and is responsible for giving us supple, plump, and firm skin but unfortunately it decreases with age, leading to lines, wrinkles and sagging.
- Perfectil Platinum Collagen Skin Drink supports collagen production in the skin, improves hydration levels and reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- thanks to Biotin and Zinc it helps maintain skin health
- also contains Selenium which protects our skin cells, preventing damage from external stressors
Perfectil Platinum Collagen for Hair
- contains marine collagen, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, Inositol, and Blackcurrant Seed Oil
- collagen is found in our dermal layer of the skin, which anchors our hair follicle, and is where new hair is formed
- Perfectil Platinum Collagen Hair Drink strengthens the skins structure, thereby strengthening your hair beginning at the root
- because collagen improves the functioning of our blood vessels this drink will also help stimulate hair growth
- thanks to copper it contributes to normal hair pigmentation
My Results and Recommendations
Vitabiotics Perfectil are stocked in Dowling’s Waterford and they sent me out the Platinum Collagen Beauty Drinks for me to trial and test. There are 10 drinks per pack and cost €48. It tastes gorgeous, has a citrus flavour to it and I loved drinking it every morning. During and after the programme I got lots of compliments on my skin and hair. My skin was glowing and definitely a lot healthier looking. My hair felt stronger and it wasn’t breaking half as much. My nails were also stronger, less flexible and were growing a lot quicker. Both drinks will have a positive knock on effect on your nails.
I think Perfectil’s Platinum Collagen for Hair would be fantastic for anyone with dry, damaged hair from overuse of chemicals and dyes and also for anyone with thinning hair that easily breaks.
I think Perfectil’s Platinum Collagen for Skin would benefit all skin types but particularly people with aging skin or those with skin conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitits. It benefits skin from the inside out! I would also recommend it for any brides to take on the run up to their big day or for anyone that has a special occasion or big event coming up. It’s for people who really want to up their skincare game!
Have you ever tried any of the Vitabiotics Perfectil Range? How did you get on? What are your go to beauty supplements? Let me know through any of the ways below.
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