Regener8 Skin Regenerator: Vitamins for Your Hair and Skin

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Back in October I starting using Regener8 Skin Regenerator, a natural food supplement formulated by pharmacists and nutritionists to help repair and heal the skin from within. In my first impressions review I wrote that it works for scars, stretch marks, ageing and dehydrated skin and that it has a unique blend of hydrolysed collagen, seaweed, vitamins, minerals and botanicals. I received this product from Chemist Direct – a UK-based website that sells a variety of beauty and skincare products, health supplements, perfumes, toiletries and electrical items (link here).

I’ve used the entire pack and think it’s a really good product. With something like supplements it’s always difficult to see the effects. Products like this are designed to work over a long period of time. Which is why you will never see immediate effects after starting to take supplements. However, after over a month I noticed my skin and hair was looking much better. I really like how natural this product is and the fact that you can see all the ingredients thanks to a see through packaging. It’s very different from all other vitamins or food supplements I’ve tried so far. I also think it’s a good idea to take supplements that have many ingredients as vitamins or minerals often work better when taken with something else. What I didn’t like was the fact that I couldn’t find a list of ingredients or any specific information on what is inside. Also at £39.99 it’s quite expensive.

However, at the moment Chemist Direct are selling this product for £9.99 which means you save £30! (here) It’s a great bargain and if you are in the market for a new supplement this might be a good option.

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Regener8 Skin Regenerator: first impressions

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I received this product from Chemist Direct – a UK-based website that sells a variety of beauty and skincare products, health supplements, perfumes, toiletries and electrical items (link here). They kindly sent me this product to review.

It’s a natural food supplement formulated by pharmacists and nutritionists to help repair and heal skin from within. It works for scars, stretch marks, ageing and dehydrated skin. It has a unique blend of hydrolysed collagen, seaweed, vitamins, minerals and botanicals. I was interested in this product mainly because of the collagen. While I don’t have wrinkles, at 32 I have noticed that my skin isn’t as firm as it used to be.

One package contains 60 one-a-day capsules. They are quite large and I really like that the capsules are clear and you can see the ingredients inside. It costs £29.99 and you can purchase it here.

I’ve only started using this product recently so I will do a full review once I finish the entire package. In the meantime, here is some additional information about the ingredients and how they work from  Chemist Direct website:

  • Peptan promotes younger looking skin, improves skin moisture level, improves skin smoothness, prevents formation of deep-winkles & improves skin suppleness
  • Seaweed is packed with vitamins & minerals that help repair damaged skin cells
  • Zinc aids in collagen production, decreases free radical activity, helps prevent the growth of bacteria and reduces inflammation
  • MSM assists with the formation of keratin, collagen and elastin–compounds essential to skin health and flexibility
  • Aloe Vera has anti-inflammatory properties that enable faster healing of wounds & burns
  • Vitamin A enhances cellular growth and promotes healthy skin cell development
  • Vitamin C is an essential component of collagen and helps maintain skin’s elasticity and flexibility
  • Vitamin E enhances collagen production, increases skin elasticity and reduces scar or stretch mark visibility
  • Calendula has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that promote skin healing
  • Lavender has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties which attack bacteria causing acne infections
  • Rosemary tones and firm skin
  • Chamomile may help calm the inflammation and irritation associated with acne

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