Saturday, February 27, 2016

NeoCell Derma Matrix Collagen Skin Complex #GlowGetter

If you are like me, you are always looking for healthy options to keep you looking and feeling prime. I am not getting younger each year, but I do everything I can to keep myself in great shape. That includes a healthy diet, exercise and using an SPF daily. I also take vitamins and minerals. One brand I have chatted about before and found has worked well for me is NeoCell. I had the opportunity to try another one of their products recently that is focused on collagen. Keeping the collagen levels up in my skin is a priority as I know that it is a building block for skin. NeoCell always has novel and innovative products that make it a tiny bit easier to keep my skin looking it's best.  Their newest product, NeoCell Derma Matrix Collagen Skin Complex was named Best New Product in Delicious Living Beauty +Body Awards. These awards recognize the very best in beauty and body products. The awards also support the safe cosmetics movement by recognizing products that are free of chemicals. You know I really try to use natural and organic products where ever I can so I love that this is a product that is free of chemicals. It has some significant skin support benefits that impressed me personally too.

 Derma Matrix is part of NeoCell’s new Platinum Matrix collection. What IS this? It is the world’s first premium line of nutraceuticals that specially targets collagen systems. Derma Matrix Collagen Skin Complex is designed to support the skin from the inside out. It is a powder that is super easy to use and incorporate into my everyday beverages. I wake up and grab a scoop and mix it with my water, juice or my healthy green smoothie. I can drink it at leisure on my quieter days or down it in seconds on busy days. It provides 6,000mg of BioActive NeoCell Collagen™, as well as hyaluronic acid and vitamin C. The best part is that this new formula is dissolves instantly so it mixes up in a flash. I have been using it and I do notice that my skin is looking fresher and less dull. Even though it is still winter here in the mid-Atlantic my skin has a bit of a glow. My skin actually feels softer and looks brighter, even before I put on any makeup. I find this is just an easy addition to my healthy diet and fitness program. It makes a difference and it only takes a minute to drink it up.

Derma Matrix supports against
fine lines and wrinkles in the skin plus it supports skin firmness, hydration and elasticity. I like that this product contains clinically tested NeoCell collagen. It has been shown to boost skin hydration and support firm, smooth skin. It works synergistically with ultra-hydrating hyaluronic acid and vitamin C and amla fruit extract to further support collagen formation. I can see the results myself. This is an easy to use supplement that supports my skin health from the inside out. I like that I can use SPF to protect my skin on the outside plus use NeoCell Derma Matrix Collagen Skin Complex to support it from the inside!

NeoCell has been known as “the original collagen people” for more than two decades. The company’s successful nutraceutical line includes Beauty Bursts, Biotin Bursts, Beauty Infusion, Keratin Hair Volumizer, Collagen Beauty Builder, Super Collagen+C Tablets, Super Collagen Powder, Collagen+C Pomegranate Liquid, Fish Collagen with HA, Collagen Type II and Collagen Sport, as well as other products that enhance both health and beauty. For more information, visit NeoCell.
Derma Matrix retails for $24.95 for a 6.46 ounce jar and is available at Whole Foods Market, Vitamin Shoppe, GNC and natural product retailers nationwide. You can also pick up NeoCell Derma Matrix Collagen Skin Complex right online for easy shopping anytime too.
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1 comment:

rochelle said...

Sounds nice like to try this