Novuskin Lift (Second Month)

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 Novuskin Lift – Second Month Update

 

From my post – Coming off the Pill Novuskin Lift became my rescue supplement to at least fight the withdrawal symptoms that I will have after stopping synthetic hormones/birth control for my PCOS. I am paranoid that my acne will go back, my facial hair will going to be thicker again and in general, I am freaking out to be ugly.

It’s normal when you have seen the benefits of a good skin from using the pills but what calmed me is that nutrition and overall health will give you the result that you wanted.

My skin looked brighter and I do not have massive breakouts. I do have pimples and facial hair but it is not as “ugly” looking as it is when I was still in college. My overall skin appearanced look healthier as if I am really nourished from within.

My hair fall lessened too, before I can cover a brush bed with my hair and I can get hair just from finger-combing my hair. Now I can count how many hair fall I am getting throughout the day.

What makes Novuskin Lift special?

Also in my previous post, when I was just trying them. I have mentioned the different nutrients packed in each tablet of Novuskin Lift. Let us uncover each ingredient and how it benefits our overall health.

Marine Fish Collagen

It is considered as the best collagen source for its bioavailability. Collagen promotes skin repair, wrinkle reduction, and improves the overall appearance of the skin – young and smooth.

You will noticed that as you get older doctors might prescibe collagen supplements as it also good for your joint health. At least that what I saw in my mom, for her sciatica recovery.

Collagen is also found in supplement drinks.

 

 

 

 

 

Yeast Extract

When we hear yeast, we know it is for baking, little that we know it also good for the skin. Yeast extract has complex mix of proteins, sugar, and amino acid which helps reduce the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation. It also boost collagen production and contributes to the overall brigthtening of the skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grapeseed Extract

I have known grapeseed since I was a child. There used to be an extract supplement being sold and my parents used to give me 3-5 drops of it as my supplement.

Grapeseed extract is rich in anti-oxidant that promotes healthy skin and it is anti-aging too.

Is this why red wine is also good for the health? LOL

 

 

 

 

 

Horsetail Extract

First time to meet this actually, it looks like a Chinese medicinal herb for me. Horsetail has silica and anti-oxidant agents for a wrinkle free skin.  It is used to heal burns and wounds on the skin as well as promotes overall health of our bladder and kidney.*

*No backup study, please ask your doctor. 

 

 

 

 

 

L-Glutathione

The fame of glutathione never died down because it is the master anti-oxidant of all. Glutathione is naturally produced by our body, but since we do not get the max nutrients that we need every single day, supplements were invented to compensate for it.

Glutathione prevents damage to cells caused by free radicals and other toxins inside our body. It also improves the appearance of the skin making it brighter and healthy.

Broccoli here is high in Glutathione. You can also eat beets, kale, spinach, garlic, brussel sprouts, and other veggies rich in sulfur.

 

 

 

Pine Bark Extract

Pine Bark Extract has Pycnogenol which is good for blood circulation and overall cardiovascular health. For the skin, it rejuvenates skin elasticity while boosting the collagen too.

Other food rich in Pycnogenol are cinnamon bark, grapeseed, cocoa beans, black currant, green tea, and black tea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Tea Extract

We all know that drinking green tea every day helps improve our overall health. It does help for weight loss and it has polyphenols perfect for anti-aging.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Korean Ginseng

Don’t you know there are restaurants in Korea which serves healthy meals. They have korean ginseng soup and some chicken dishes with real roots in them. It is also one of their hang over remedy. I’ve seen in AFC while watching Foodie Duo.

Korean Ginseng has ginsenoside saponins considered as potent sleep aid, anti-inflammatory properties, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that help refine and rehydrate the skin, increase oxygenation and improve blood circulation.

 

 

 

 

Tomato Extract

If you read your ketchup labels you will know the benefit Lycopene has found in tomatoes. Lycopene is ten times more potent than Vitamin E. It is good for the heart and at the same time for the skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zinc Gluconate

Zinc is used to treat and prevent zinc deficiency. It is also used for boosting the immune system, treating the common cold and recurrent ear infections, and preventing lower respiratory infections. (Source: webmd.com)

I also read that Zinc helps manage PCOS symptoms – acne. (Source: The Period Manual Book)

Food high in Zinc are oysters, beef, lamb, spinach, and pumpkin seed.

 

 

 

 

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

Ascorbic Acid is neccessary for the growth, development, and repair of body tissues. It also helps form collagen, absorb iron, and keep up healthy cartilage, blood vessels, and teeth.

Ascorbic Acid is found in fresh fruits, bell pepper, watermelon, cantaloupe, Mango, Papaya, Pineapple, berries, and many more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copper Gluconate (as Copper)

Copper is an essential mineral and fundamental part of making elastin with the help of Vitamin C and Zinc, essential for the strength of the nails and luster of the hair, helps the body process iron and develop melanin.

It is found in beef liver, sunflower seeds, lentils, almond, dried apricot, dark chocolate, asparagus, and many more.

 

 

 

 

 

D-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate (as Vitamin E)

Vitamin E has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which protect the skin from wrinkle-forming ,UV radiation and environmental damage.

Vitamin E is found in butternut squash, almond, palm oil, avocado, sweet potato, sunflower seeds, Wheat Germ and spinach.

 

 

 

 

Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate (as Manganese)

Manganese is an essential mineral which effectively improves  absorption of vitamins such as Vitamin E and B, and minerals such as magnesium.

Magnesium here is also good for women with PCOS.

Manganese is found in whole grain food, nuts, leafy green veggies, and teas.

 

 

 

 

 

Soy Protein Isolate

Soy is a high-quality protein for the skin, contains amino acids important in reducing fat, maintaining healthy muscles and an part of insulin production in the body.

 

 

 

 

Oryza Ceremide

Found in rice bran or rice germ, Oryza Ceremide extract provides moisturizing effects, replenishes natural ceramides lost to aging, restores. The healthy look of youthful skin and inhibits Melanogenesis, which results in age spots and skin discoloration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selenium Amino Acid Chelate (as Selenium)

Selenium helps prevent cell damage from free radicals, generate antioxidant proteins to keep the body healthy and vibrant, aid in recovery, keep the soft tissues strong and gives balanced metabolism.

It is found in tuna, beef liver, chicken, sardines, grass-fed beef, brazilian nuts, eggs, and turkey.

 

 

 

 

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is an anti-wrinkle and anti-aging with antioxidants that can withstand and reverse skin damage, keep the collagen and elastin within your skin cells to make you seem younger, protects against photo-aging, increases energy levels and strengthens the body’s antioxidant defense network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taking all necessary nutrients

You see to support our overall health we need to eat all food mentioned above. It is still incomplete as there other important nutrients that we need. It is overwhelming to go to the grocery just to eat them all. Our personal taste might not like those certain food too.

Thanks to science we can still reap the benefits of all the nutrients.

Just a disclaimer, always consult your physician before getting supplements. You might be allergic to something or some will not work for you if you a specific health condition.

Moreover, take care of your skin not just for its physical appearance but for your overall health. In the end, our skin looks really better if our overall health is better.


Photos are from http://www.novuskinlift.com/about-us/
Novuskin Lift is sent to me for editorial consideration.

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