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Ingestible beauty trend is booming

September 04, 2019


One of the most emerging trends in the beauty and wellness industry is ingestible beauty. What is it and is it actually incredible like what we have heard about it? Let’s find out in this article.

Ingestible beauty products bring faster results on your appearance than the topical ones / Ph: Ingestible beauty

Beauty from within trend is booming

For years, we have been familiar with topical beauty treatments aiming at nourishing our skin, nails and hair. However, recently, inside out beauty trend is growing in the beauty and wellness industry. Ingestible skincare supplements are perceived as the connection between what we put inside our body and its impacts on our external appearance, leading to beauty inside out.

Why ingestible beauty is becoming big business?

When you use topical beauty treatments, for instance, eye cream, the interaction between them and our body is just superficial. The cells in the body only can absorb 1% of the active ingredients. The active ingredients supplied to the blood are even less than 1%. Of course, there will be some positive effects for your efforts to applying these cream and serums on our skin every day. However, you may have to wait for a period of time until seeing the results.

This is the reason why ingestible beauty products are on the demand, leading to an ingestible beauty trend globally. Ingested foods and supplements bring a core impact. This is because when our body digests them, our bloodstream circulates them, then our organ systems metabolize, clear, redirect and assimilate them.

Ingestible supplements do not only benefit our appearance but they also contribute to protecting against chronic stress. That’s why besides ingestible beauty market, they are taking their first steps in the market for stress-reduce products. Some of the adaptogens which are on the demand these days include ashwagandha, cordyceps, maca, reishi, Rhodiola, tulsi,…Normally, you can get these herbs in capsules, teas, powders and other types of supplemental forms.

For all the benefits that ingestible beauty products can bring to our appearance and our health, there is no doubt why ingestible beauty is becoming big business. If you are not patient enough to see the results of the topical beauty procedures, try ingestible beauty products to enjoy their incredible outcomes.

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