After trying quite a number of beauty supplements out in the market, I realized those made-in-Japan work best for me. So yes, made-in-Japan beauty supplements are my preferred choice. First, youve probably seen Japanese beauty supplements in pill form, powdered form or liquid form.
First, you’ve probably seen Japanese beauty supplements in pill form, powdered form or liquid form. I choose pills for the reason that they work for me and they’re more affordable. I don’t like powdered supplements because I find them troublesome to consume. But really, it is the liquid supplements that work best, at least based on my understanding and my experience.
Best form of beauty supplement According to Ashley Koff, internationally renowned registered dietitian, capsules and tablets must dissolve before the ingredients they contain become available. For many reasons, including age, medication use, pH, and functional changes (i.e., surgery), the body’s digestive system may not be able to completely (or in some cases, not at all) break down vitamin tablets or capsules into usable material. Conversely, liquids, powders and sprays don’t require this step and therefore may result in quicker assimilation into the body (source).
This is probably why I can usually see a noticeable difference the next day or two after consuming beauty supplements in liquid form. Beauty supplements in pill form will take me about five days to see some effects. So with this established, let me introduce you to the latest beauty supplement from HABA—HABA Deep Moisture Beauty Supplement—a new product slated to be launched in Singapore in less than a month’s time on 7 July 2015. Read more…