The New Skincare Phenomenon

Posted by David Furst on 3rd Jan 2018

Everything is changing rapidly in the exciting world of skincare and cosmetics these days. It seems that everyday a brand new miracle skin cream, serum or hair product is launched. There is a wondrous plethora of incredibly advanced treatments that are supposedly going to transform our skin for the better!

The latest products are bursting with a smorgasbord of innovative active ingredients such as Collagen, Argireline, Retinol, Niacinamide, Glycolic Acid, Vitamins A, C, E, and loads more. They promise a beautiful, clear, even toned and smooth complexion. It wasn't going to take long before something truly 'revolutional' was going to suddenly appear on the market, and now it's here. This new sensation is not like traditional skincare products - You don't apply it on your skin - you drink it!

Although the true effectiveness of the new drinkable skincare trend is yet to be really appreciated, every new breakthrough in this area will continue to gather pace. As people slowly wake up to how effective this method is, it will surely change the way everyone views skincare in the future.

The recent rise and popularity of collagen drinks like Skinade or multi-function liquid formulas like Skin Drinx that promise to fade dark spots and brighten skin is phenomenal. The ability of treatments like this to fight ageing and tackle many other skincare concerns cannot be denied.

It is likely that the notion for drinkable skincare originally came about from the popularity of freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices that were taken to detox the body. Thanks to these new dedicated liquid supplements, it is no longer necessary to cut up, peel and blend countless fruits and veggies! No mess, no hard labour and a lot more effective and potent than homemade blended drinks.

In fact, one of these drinkable skin treatments was recently studied by the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology for it's effectiveness. They reported that after consuming this drink, users saw an increase in skin hydration within eight weeks, as well as an increase in collagen density. Their study showed that drinking the supplement over this period had certainly been effective in slowing down the ageing process, and that is quite something!

Everyone knows that the effects of a healthy and balanced diet featuring organic foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins, nutrients and minerals is good for your body. So it's hardly surprising that drinkable skincare supplements formulated with all the best stuff is now a reality.

It really looks like drinkable skincare is the future!