Radiancy | Best Skin Rejuvenating Collagen

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Health Benefits

The subtle signs of aging skin can catch many ladies by surprise. Oftentimes, ladies only start to take their skincare routine more seriously after spotting their first wrinkle.

By then the skin damage has already begun… and if unmanaged, can lead to a whole range of skin-related issues such as:

  • Deep wrinkles (often around the mouth, eyes and forehead)
  • Sagging
  • Dry, flakey skin
  • "Age" spots due to prolonged exposure to the sun
  • Adult acne

Why Do These Skin Issues Surface As We Age?


The skin is made up of 3 main layers & the health of each layer impacts the overall look and feel of our skin:

Skin Surface Layer (Epidermis)

Common Skin Issues Caused: "Age spots" & Dry, flakey skin

Why Does It Happen?

"Age spots" are caused by prolonged exposure to UV light from the sun - which causes Vitamin E (a natural UV skin protector) levels to decrease.

UV light also increases the free radicals (cell-destroyers) in the skin’s epidermis level. This may lead to dryness and flaking as we age.

Low hyaluronic acid levels is another big issue that causes dryness.

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance in the skin that’s known for it’s amazing capacity to hold onto 1000x its weight in moisture.

Simply put, it is what keeps the skin bouncy and supple. The bad news is that research suggests that hyaluronic acid levels decline over time… causing the skin to look pale and dry as years pass.


Middle Skin Layer (Dermis)

Common Skin Issues Caused: Deep wrinkles & sagging skin

Why Does It Happen?

Wrinkles and sagging skin are a result of 2 factors in the dermis layer:

1. Low collagen levels

If the skin was a mattress, collagen are the springs that are holding it up. The higher the number of springs, the more even the surface of the mattress.
However, as we age, collagen levels drop… which leads to lesser support to hold up the skin.

2. High glycation levels

Glycation is one of the main causes of skin aging. It occurs when excess sugar we ingest reacts with collagen - and binds to it.

It’s like rust coating the springs (collagen) in the mattress (skin), and over time, the springs get destroyed — leading to uneven support for the skin.

Low collagen and high glycation collectively lead to deep wrinkles and sagging skin as we age.


If Only More Ladies Knew This…

They Could Easily Enjoy Radiant And Supple Skin!

Many ladies use skincare products that focus on the epidermis (outer skin), with a small percentage also focussing on the dermis (middle skin layer).

However, did you know that the hypodermis (Skin base) layer is probably the biggest influencer of skin health — and yet, so few ladies focus on this?

Bottom Skin Layer (Hypodermis)

The hypodermis serves as the “bridge” between the skin and major blood vessels in the body. When the hypodermis is healthy, there is:

  • Good regulation of nutrients to the skin cells
  • Healthy production of collagen
  • Healthy production of hyaluronic acid
  • Low glycation levels

… Giving our skin that radiant glow and suppleness.

However, research indicates that hypodermic health declines over time as we age. And a HUGE contributor to this is:

Our gut health.

Poor Gut Health Can Lead to Poor Absorption of Vitamins, Minerals & Antioxidants Needed to Keep Skin Looking Healthy and Vibrant.

This may lead to inflammation of the hypodermis — which in turn can cause:

  • Poor distribution of nutrients to the skin cells
  • Lower collagen production (leads to sagging)
  • Lower hyaluronic acid production (leads to dry skin)
  • Higher glycation (leads to wrinkles and uneven skin)

… all of which makes the skin lose its vibrancy, firmness and youthfulness.

Thankfully, There’s A Natural Way To Support Gut Health For Radiant, Supple Skin…

And nothing boosts gut health better than probiotics!

Lots of ladies know that probiotics are great for gut health, immunity and digestive function…
But not many know that there are SPECIAL strains that have skin-restoration capabilities:

  • Lactobacillus reuteri (L.Reuteri) is found naturally in our digestive tract. Additional studies have shown that it can manage skin issues such as eczema
  • Lactobacillus lactis (L.Lactis) has been shown to support skin hydration and elasticity… and promote hypodermic (Skin base) health for better regulation of nutrients to skin cells.
  • Bacillus coagulans (B. Coagulans) is a robust probiotic found in small amounts in fermented foods. Research indicates consumption of B. Coagulans produces anti-free radical chemicals & supports production of ceramides — which combats sagging and wrinkles.

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5 Reasons Why Radiancy Is Different From Other Collagen Products:

  • The inside-out approach to skincare. We blend the gut-healing support of probiotics, “smoothening” powers of collagen & moisturizing ability of hyaluronic acid to ensure ALL layers of the skin are healthy and vibrant.
  • We added Cherry Blossom Extract for that “anti-glycation” effect. It supports restoration of damage done by high-sugar, high fat diets.
  • We use low-molecular-weight Type I Marine collagen. This is probably the most effective form of collagen for ladies who want to age gracefully. It’s 60x smaller and more easily absorbed than regular collagen peptides.
  • Our capsules are odourless, neutral & has no “fishy” smell compared to other marine collagen powders.
  • Radiancy also has high amounts of moisture-locking Ceramides for bouncy, supple skin. Especially great for ladies who want to look great without putting excessive makeup.

Ingredients

Low-molecular-weight, Type I Marine Collagen

Probably the most effective form of collagen for ladies who want to age gracefully. It’s 60x smaller and more easily absorbed than regular collagen peptides. Helps combat wrinkles and sagging.*

Cherry Blossom Extract

A fantastic anti-glycation herb that keeps glycation at bay — ensuring collagen in the skin remains healthy and intact for smooth skin.*

Probiotic - B. Coagulans

Studies suggest it promotes production anti-free radical chemicals & supports production of ceramides — which combats sagging and wrinkles.*

Probiotic - L. Reuteri

Studies have shown that it can manage skin issues such as eczema, acne and spots.*

Probiotic - L. Lactis

Supports skin hydration and elasticity. Also promotes hypodermic (Skin base) health for better regulation of nutrients to skin cells.*

Vitamin C

A potent antioxidant which aids in our skin’s natural regeneration process. Accelerates reparation of damaged cells by neutralising free radicals.*

Vitamin E

Protects against the harmful effects of UV rays… slowing down the accumulation of free radicals in the skin.*

Ceramides

Restores aging skin’s moisture retention ability for that fresh,dewy glow.*

Hyaluronic Acid

Known for it’s amazing capacity to hold onto 1000x its weight in moisture. Keeps skin bouncy and supple.*

Radiancy Works Best For Ladies Who Want…

  • Dewy, supple skin
  • To combat wrinkles and “expression lines”
  • Tighter, firmer skin without going under the knife or needle
  • To look and feel great without excessive makeup
  • A healthy glow
  • Smooth skin - especially around the mouth, eyes and forehead

Radiancy is manufactured in a GMP-certified, FDA-registered factory located in Georgia, USA.


Suggested Use

Each bottle contains a 30-day supply (120 capsules). Take 4 capsules on an empty stomach (before food).

Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigeration is not required.

  • Stimulant Free
  • GMO-Free
  • GMP Facility Certified
  • Soy Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in USA
  • No artificial colors or flavors.

Reviews


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 a day.

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


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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