Want To Discover A Secret Skin Care Tip The Japanese Have Known For Centuries?
Before we let you in on this secret, let’s begin by looking at some of the problems with most commercial moisturizing products.
As always, the first place you should look is the list of ingredients, because whatever you put inside or on your body does have some effect on you – some good, some bad.
And here’s the problem with moisturizers: many contain chemicals that do not belong anywhere near the human body.
One of the most common ingredients (which we don’t use) is mineral oil…
…(which is also often present in tanning products too), and that sounds like it should be good for you. After all, aren’t we told that we all need the full range of trace minerals in our diet?
But did you realize that mineral oil is actually a derivative of petroleum (i.e. the same thing you put in your car’s gas tank), and nothing to do with the minerals we really need?
Mineral oil is actually very slippery, which is why it’s used in these skin care products, but there are a couple of major problems with this ingredient:
- It blocks your pores, which can lead to blackheads, whiteheads and acne.
- It’s a known carcinogen, which means it can lead to skin tumors, for example.
Be careful too, because mineral oil can appear on a product label under several other names, including Adepsine oil, Albolene, Baby oil, Drakeol, Lignite oil, Liquid paraffin / paraffin oil, Mineral seal oil, Petrolatum, and White oil.
Other ingredients in skin moisturizers that you need to watch out for include lanolin, paraffin, lactic acid, urea, PCA, benzoic acid, sorbic acid, butyl stearate, isopropyl isostearate, isopropyl myristate, isopropyl palmitate, myristyl lactate, myristyl myristate, and petrolatum.
Did you know that it only takes 26 seconds for the chemicals in personal care products (e.g. antiperspirants) to enter your bloodstream? And that this is often more toxic than consuming the same chemicals, because when you eat something, your saliva and digestive system at least have a chance to break some of these toxins down.
So what about that Japanese secret then?
OK, let’s discuss a much better and safer solution – the one that’s been used for hundreds of years in Japan.
The secret is Phytoceramides!
What exactly are Phytoceramides?
Well, Ceramides are a type of lipid (which is a posh term for a fatty acid), and the “phyto” bit simply means they come from plants.
Put together then, Phytoceramides are plant-derived Ceramides.
How do these Phytoceramide pills work?
Unlike traditional moisturizers, Ceramides work from the inside out.
We know that sounds counterintuitive, but it’s actually a much more effective way of getting the job done.
What happens is, once you swallow the capsules, they’re absorbed into your bloodstream and carried to the inner layer of skin, where they seep through to the outer layer, reducing wrinkles, restoring damage from the sun, and making your skin look smoother again.
How about a quick video?
This short video (it’s about two minutes) explains the major benefits of Phytoceramides…
And it also introduces…
The new Phytoceramides product from BeMedFree.com®
Our all-natural Phytoceramides contain 350 mg of Ceramide moisturizer in every capsule.
In addition to that, you’ll also find a full day’s supply of Vitamins A, C, D and E
…and absolutely nothing else!
So you get all the benefits mentioned in the video above (i.e. it moisturizes your skin naturally, improves skins texture, maintains an optimum oil balance, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, minimizes water loss, helps heal wounds, prevents premature aging, and provides protection from the sun), and more.
Now, there’s one more thing you need to know about Phytoceramides before you buy some – and that’s their source.
Many plant Ceramides are made from either wheat (which may be listed as LipoWheat) or rice.
The problem with that is, an increasing number of people today are allergic to wheat (e.g. with celiac disease) and may be sensitive to rice too (as Rae is).
Because food allergies are a growing concern and a subject close to our hearts, we decided to source our Phytoceramides from potatoes, which usually don’t cause as many issues.
That means our product is gluten-free!
It’s also 100% vegetarian- and vegan-friendly and GMO-free too, and it’s made in the USA.
So what’s with all those vitamins?
As you probably know, vitamins are an essential part of our diet, and without them you can suffer from sorts of diseases.
The vitamins in our Phytoceramides product (i.e. A, C, D, and E) are all proven to help keep your skin young-looking and healthy, and their benefits include:
- healing of wounds
- minimizing water loss
- improving skin texture
- production of collagen
- preventing premature aging
- maintaining your skin’s oil balance
- protection from the sun and discoloration
- destroying free radicals via their anti-oxidant effects
- reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and even stretch marks
It’s Easy To Administer
Unlike traditional skin moisturizers, which can be messy and leave your face sticky or slimy for a while, all you need to do with our BeMedFree.com® Phytoceramides is take one single capsule per day – i.e. it’s quick and easy, so it’s perfect for today’s hectic lifestyle.
For maximum benefit, we recommend you take it with at least 8 fl oz of water (preferably purified), and with some food.
How Long Will One Bottle Last?
One bottle contains 30 capsules, so at one capsule per day, you get a full 30-day supply.
Even though this product is very safe, we do have a few words of caution for you:
- You should never exceed the recommended dosage.
- This product is made from potatoes, so if you have an allergy to them, you should not take this product.
- Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any other dietary supplement.
- If you experience any allergic reactions, you should stop taking this product immediately.
Note: the product statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
What About Storage?
We recommend storing this product in a cool, dry dark place out of direct sunlight.
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