The Sell Out Bundle - Beauty Bundle Benefits, Dosage & Sources
Our Beauty Bundle is designed to support beauty from within, with a carefully selected combinations of 4 supplements aimed to maintain your hair, skin and nails.
What's the magic combination of the beauty bundle?
If we tell you, we'll have to ki.. ha just kidding. The beauty bundle contains hyaluronic acid, marine collagen, sea kelp and a super vitamin B complex. These 4 supplements have a range of hair, skin and nail claims between them, which is why we've put them together as a bundle to create a change in your beauty routine.
What are the benefits of the beauty bundle and is there any evidence to back it?
Marketing in the beauty industry has been on steroids' for the last 10 years. There's very little laws to control the crazy statements some companies claim about the beauty supplements and products. Companies are able to sell you low quality supplements with very small dosages for extortionate prices because of the fancy packaging.
At Peak Supps® we are realistic, we don't sell dead dreams with over the top marketing statements, here's some examples you might of heard before;
- HAIR GROWING GUMMIES IN 30 DAYS OR YOUR MONEY BACK
- GLOWING SKIN AFTER ONE USE
- DOUBLE THE LENGTH & STRENGTH OF YOUR NAILS IN 2 DAYS!
- DETOX WITH US & GET RADIENT SKIN FOR ONLY £59.99
*Please be aware of the marketing tools and ALWAYS read the ingredients.
Rant over, back to our beauty bundle 😂 We'll keep it simple and explain what each product is, how it works, the benefits and the evidence to back it up.
Hyaluronic Acid (otherwise known as Sodium Hyaluronate) is a protein found naturally in the body. It is commonly found in skin tissues, joints and in the eyes. It keeps these tissues well moisturised and lubricated by preserving water in the body. Hyaluronic Acid is often called ‘the fountain of youth’ and is known to hold up to 1000 times its weight in water.
Being a part of the collagen that supports the structure of skin tissues, hyaluronic acid is extremely popular in the cosmetic industry. Scroll through any beauty influencers' feeds and you’ll find the trending beauty products containing hyaluronic acid.
The benefits of hyaluronic acid:
Many people use hyaluronic acid to hydrate their skin. People can take hyaluronic acid as a supplement, or they can apply it topically as a cream. Supplementing with hyaluronic acid is normally more cost effective as well as getting a pure form of hyaluronic acid.
As you age, your natural production of hyaluronic acid slows down, leaving you more susceptible to dryness, volume loss, and sagging skin.(1) Due to the decrease of your natural hyaluronic production you may want to increase your intake of hyaluronic acid by supplementing.
One study we looked at showed, doses of 120–240 mg per day for at least one month have been shown to significantly increase skin moisture and reduce dry skin in adults (2).
Hydrated skin reduces the appearance of wrinkles, which may explain why several studies show that supplementing with hyaluronic acid can make skin appear smoother (3).
Many people use hyaluronic acid to hydrate their skin. People can take hyaluronic acid as a supplement, or they can apply it topically as a cream. Supplementing with hyaluronic acid is normally more cost effective and you'll get pure hyaluronic acid.
Marine collagen supplements are a powerhouse for healthy skin, hair and nails. Our marine collagen is a potent source of collagen. It has an impressive 90% protein content which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
Our marine collagen is a rich source of bioavailable amino acids such as glycine, proline and hydroxyproline which play a key role in collagen stability. Collagen protein is abundant in these amino acids and considered a rich source compared to other proteins.
The benefits of Marine Collagen:
Just like hyaluronic acid, as we age, the type I collagen in our skin (the same kind that’s in marine collagen) weakens, leading to visible signs of aging including saggy and wrinkly skin (4).
Preclinical studies show that ingesting marine collagen repairs skin collagen and elastin protein fibers and produces a significant thickening of the outer skin surface (epidermis). An 8 week of human studies reported decreased wrinkles, and positive long-lasting effect was observed 4 weeks after (5)
Another human trial showed improved skin hydration and firmness following marine collagen supplementation, with clear comparison of digital photos taken before and after clinical trial showed visible qualitative improvement of aesthetic aspect of face with pronounced lifting effect (6)
Other preclinical studies show that marine collagen protects against oxidative skin damage caused by ultraviolet (UV) light (sunlight). (7)
Sea Kelp, also known as Fucus Vesicolosus, is a brown sea algae or seaweed that is found in the Baltic, Atlantic & Pacific Ocean. It is a natural source of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin C, iodine & zinc. Sea Kelp contains the highest natural concentration of calcium in any food, 10 times more than milk!
Kelp is widely known for its iodine content, an essential trace mineral that plats a large importance in the body. Iodine contributes to normal cognitive function, energy-yielding metabolism & functioning of the nervous system. It also contributes to the maintenance of normal skin and the normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function.
It’s widely reported that sea kelp may help with hair loss, mainly because of the fact it contains iodine, and iodine’s impact on thyroid functionality, which has the potential to trigger hair thinning.
Super Vitamin B Complex
IMPORTANT NOTICE* Advice is for information only and should not replace medical care. Please check with your GP before trying any remedies.
Sources Tagged within blog & below:
|(1)||Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School||
|(2)||National Library of Medicine||https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25014997/|
|(3)||National Library of Medicine||https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18959406/|
|(6)||National Library of Medicine||https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4745978/|
|(10)||National Library of Medicine||https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC6380979/|