Fountain The Hyaluronic Molecule & The Fountain The Beauty Supplement review swatch photo
Fountain The Hyaluronic Molecule* & The Fountain The Beauty Supplement*

My inner beauty geek did a little squeal of excitement when these beauty supplements from the Fountain popped thought my door. Beauty from within really interests me, and I do realise how important things you put into your body can be, including the ways the effect your skin. I've never tried a beauty related supplement, so I'm excited about giving these a whirl. Plus, they remind me of old school medicine bottles, and I do love a good bit of design.

The Fountain The Hyaluronic Molecule is a hyaluronic based medicine type thing… I'm not quite sure how to describe it. It's not really medicine, but it has that feel to it. It also tastes a bit like drinking thick ginger glue. I know for a fact my skin loves hyaluronic acid, so I'm interested in seeing how this goes. Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in the skin, but as we age it reduces and it can cause a variety of body issues. As my skin is often really dehydrated, using hyaluronic acid means my skin holds onto more moisture and often feels plumper, softer and more radiant after use. The taste makes me wince slightly, but it's not unpalatable. Fountain The Beauty Supplement is an all rounder when it comes to beauty from the inside. This one tastes a little more like like pomegranate and is much easier to swallow than The Hyaluronic Molecule. It contains the ingredient Reversatrol  which is found in red wine and dark chocolate and is touted at the secret of anti ageing. One teaspoon a day is enough to boost cell production and overall health. In theory, it's a highly effective weapon in the war against wrinkles and shortcut to better overall health.

While all this does sound a little to good to be true a lot of research has gone into these two products and a lot of scientific backing. All while it is currently receiving a lot of hype from Boots, and I'm forever seeing it advertised in magazines, online and even on the tube. I'm really interested in seeing how this brand effects my skin, so I'm going to give it a whirl for a bit. Each bottle contains about 3 months supply so I'll have to report back after that if I notice anything dramatic going on with my skin and health. The retail for £27.99 and are both available from Boots.
Have you ever taken any beauty supplements?