4 Intriguing Japanese Supplements For Glowing, Youthful Skin
Updated: Mar 28, 2019
Skin care regimens vary around the world, but there is one thing that all women want, no matter where they live — to look youthful.
Beauty isn’t just skin deep; what we put into our bodies can directly affect the state of our huge external organ. Check out these four top supplements from Japan that could be the trick to youthful, glowing skin.
This fermented papaya supplement is just premiering for the United States market. According to a press release, the product harnesses anti-aging powers of this superfood, which fights aging on the inside and outside. It has been clinically proven to boost immune and antioxidative health, as well as fight fatigue and stress, the company says.
“This Fermented Papaya Preparation and its remarkable immuno-stimulant properties contain compounds that protect against myriad infections and disease and greatly boost energy,” said 2008 Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier, according to the release.
These tablets are packed with collagen-building vitamin C, as well as an amino acid that blocks the production of melanin called L-cysteine. The Japanese supplements are available on Amazon and have been recommended by beauty editors at Elle Magazine.
SHISEIDO’S THE COLLAGEN
According to Takashi, collagen was the most popular ingredient for dietary supplements sold in Japan throughout 2010. These supplements are generally thought to keeps skin resilient and get rid of wrinkles.
Brand Shiseido offers a collagen powder product called The Collagen, which dissolves easily into drinks, Japan Inforeported. Other forms of the best-selling product include pre-prepared drinks, tablets, and smoothies.
ADVANTA GREEN TEA X-TRACT
Green tea supplements are packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, which both fight aging. According to blog Pickled Plum, these products can also protect the skin against UV rays. The capsules are available on Amazon and offer reported brain-boosting properties.
Make sure you do your own research and consult with a doctor before adding supplements to your diet.