Move Over, Moisturizer: The Five Best Products for Skin Health
Athletech News rounded up five products to consume for skin health
With anti-aging trends on the rise, consumers are always searching for the next big product to make them look younger. Can what you consume really impact your skin? Athletech News rounded up five best products that could have anti-aging and overall health effects on your skin and appearance.
Pressed’s Beauty Shot
Pressed’s latest product innovation is here, and it’s the Beauty Shot, available online and in Pressed locations. A blend of pomegranate, pineapple, lemon, aloe vera, vitamin C, and biotin, the Beauty Shot supports skin hydration and collagen production. The delicious shot will pump up your day—and have lasting benefits on your skin health and immune system, as well.
Momentous Collagen Peptides
Momentous’s Collagen Peptides is formulated specifically to go beyond just the traditional benefits of hair, skin, and nail health to aid with long-term tendon, joint, and soft-tissue integrity. It also includes Fortigel and Vitamin-C to improve collagen synthesis and strength in one’s body.
Athletic Greens’ AG1 has 75 high-quality vitamins, minerals, and whole-food sourced ingredients. It’s a blend of dried powdered vegetables and fruits, probiotics, digestive enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. It’s a powder that consumers mix with water and drink daily. AG1 has 62% of the recommended daily value (DV) of Vitamin A, 467% of Vitamin C, and 553% of Vitamin E, all of which are important for skin health.
Cloud Water Organic Cloud Water + Immunity
Cloud Water is a canned, sparkling drink with cocktail-like flavors. Its vitamin drinks are available in multiple flavors, like Blood Orange and Coconut, Grapefruit, Mint, and Basil, and Blackberry, Lemon, and Rosemary. Each can contains nearly 114% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin D and 114% of zinc, both of which contribute to skin health.
Nootropics Depot AvailOM High DHA Powder
AvailOM High DHA Powder by Nootropics Depot contains 225 mg of omega-3 in the form of 170 mg of DHA and 55 mg of EPA. Studies have found that the product can deliver more efficient results compared to conventional fish oil due to its inclusion of L-lysine and its specific conversion process. Omega-3s can serve to regulate the skin’s oil production, improve balanced hydration, minimize breakouts, and minimize signs of aging.
While no product is a magic cure, consuming the right vitamins and minerals can have a lasting impact on preventing damage and promoting healthy skin.
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