Beautiful Gut Bundle



Health Benefits

Maintaining radiant supple skin during menopause can be challenging…
And making sure that other symptoms such as weight gain, hot flashes and bloating STAY AWAY is even more of a seemingly impossible task.

That's why we created the Beautiful Gut Bundle - A powerful combination of Provitalize & Radiancy (our brand-new marine-collagen probiotic for radiant skin).

The Beautiful Gut Bundle helps ladies to:

  • Manage cravings
  • Manage hot flashes
  • Support reduction in stubborn fat
  • Soothe obesity-causing inflammation
  • Slow down fat accumulation
  • Combat wrinkles & “expression lines”
  • Support a healthy glow
  • Look & feel great without excessive makeup
  • Support tighter, firmer skin without going under the knife or needle

… and lots more.

All of this is only possible because of our 100%-natural, premium ingredients that we carefully select before putting them into each capsule of Provitalize and Radiancy:

Bestseller #1: Provitalize Probiotics For Managing Hot Flashes, Bloating & Weight Gain

  • L. Gasseri (Supports reduction in accumulation of belly fat)
  • B.Breve (manages fat mass)
  • B. Lactis (Manages BMI)
  • Curcumin (Soothes inflammation)
  • Moringa Leaf extract (Support cognitive functions)
  • Curry Leaf extract (Support management of blood sugar levels)
  • Bioperine (Supercharges the benefits of curcumin by 2000% and enhances absorption of other nutrients by 30%)
  • Sunflower Lecithin (Increases bioavailablity of the ingredients above by making them fat soluble)

Bestseller #2: Radiancy (Marine Collagen + “Skin-loving Probiotics) For Dewy, Glowing Skin

  • Low-molecular-weight, Type I Marine Collagen (Most effective form of collagen)
  • Cherry Blossom Extract (Combats glycation & ensures collagen remains healthy & intact for smooth skin)
  • B. Coagulans (Supports production of ceramics which combats sagging & wrinkles)
  • L.Reuteri (Manage skin issues like eczema, acne and spots)
  • L.Lactis (Supports skin hydration and elasticity)
  • Vitamin C (Aids in our skin’s natural regeneration process)
  • Vitamin E (Protects skin against harmful UV rays)
  • Ceramides (Restores aging skin’s moisture retention ability)
  • Hyaluronic Acid (Holds on to 1000x its weight in moisture. Keeps skin bouncy & supple)

The Beautiful Gut Bundle is perfect for ladies going through menopause who want to:

  • Manage pesky symptoms such as hot flashes ,bloating and weight gain
  • Manage skin issues such as wrinkles and age spots

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Suggested Use

Provitalize and Radiancy each contains a 30-day supply (60 capsules for Provitalize and 120 capsules for Radiancy). Take 2 capsules of Provitalize and 4 capsules of Radiancy every morning. 

Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigeration is not required.
  • Stimulant Free
  • GMO-Free
  • GMP Facility Certified
  • Gluten Free

Review




FAQ

How Is Radiancy Different From Other Marine Collagen & Skin Restoration Products?


1. SOURCE

Marine collagen is the most effective for skin rejuvenation with superior bioavailability - your body can absorb up to 15 times more easily as compared to bovine or chicken collagen.

However, not all marine collagen is created equal.

The most important point to take note of is… the SOURCE.

That’s why - Radiancy is created only from wild caught deep sea fish (pollock) from the pristine Alaskan wilderness.

We don’t source from farmed fish. Farmed fish tend to be fed with man-made GMO feed to be farmed profitably.


2. TASTE

We all know that Marine collagen is the best collagen for skin restoration.

Yet many of us might find it hard to stomach due to that fishy taste.

You won’t have this problem with Radiancy.

Why?

Radiancy’s skin-rejuvenating formula is contained in capsules - keeping any flavour neutral and tasteless.

And because it’s in capsules, Radiancy is convenient to bring around as well.

It’s easy - just pop and you’re ready to glow!

How Long Should I Expect To See Results?


This depends on your current level of well-being.

Generally, our customers have seen results in around 8 weeks’ time.

And anytime that they feel they need an extra boost, they would double up their dose with a “Collagen Loading” process.

How Many Capsules Do I Take Each Day?


During the normal maintenance phase, it is 4 capsules of Radiancy a day.

During the initial “collagen loading” phase (Only necessary for heavy sagging and deep wrinkles), it’s double the normal serving - 8 capsules of Radiancy a day.


For Provitalize, it is 2 capsules every morning with or without food.

Is this a one-time purchase?


We offer a one-time purchase and an autoship option.

Our one-time option means you won’t be charged again in subsequent months. If you enjoy the product, you can re-order from this page again anytime.

If you'd like to save 20% off the regular price in the long run, click on the "Subscribe & Save 20%" button to select your autoship option.

For some customers' checkout, the Paypal payment window may show a default “billing agreement” statement (which we’re unable to custumoize).

But don’t worry, there won’t be any hidden charges. You will only be billed according to option you have selected.



Disclaimer

*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.

USERS' REVIEWS REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THE INDIVIDUAL USER, NOT THE COMPANY. INDIVIDUALS’ EXPERIENCES MAY VARY. USERS’ COMMENTS ABOUT THE BENEFITS ATTRIBUTE TO BETTER BODY CO’S PRODUCTS AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VIEWS OF THE COMPANY.

DISCLAIMER – THE RESULTS MAY VARY FROM PERSON TO PERSON.

IF YOU ARE ON MEDICATION OR SUFFER FROM MEDICAL CONDITIONS, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE CONSUMING RADIANCY OR ANY OF OUR SUPPLEMENTS.

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