Fountain The Hyaluronic Molecule: £27.99*
I thought it was about time that I did an update on some Fountain products that I talked about on the blog here. I promised I would update after I'd given them a good trial. I stopped taking The Beauty Supplement from the Fountain for some reason, I don't know why. But kept on with The Hyaluronic Molecule. This supplement contains Hyaluronic acid which is amazing at helping the skin retain moisture and plumpness.
I grew to enjoy the taste of the "medicine" even though it made me feel a bit sick at first. The texture reminds me a bit of thick ginger glue, and I know it sounds weird but I ended up enjoying that texture too. So obviously you want to know if it works... I think so. While admittedly I haven't taken this religiously every day, I have finished the whole bottle of the stuff. I have noticed an improvement in the overall elasticity and plumpness of my skin. I've battled some breakouts over the past two months which have taken its toll on my skin, but I do think my skin feels different. I used to have very thin skin on my face I feel this has helped plump it out and make it a bit tougher if that makes sense. I've also noticed my skin tones evenness improved overtime and it looks less red.
To be honest, I was very skeptical of the product, and I didn't think I'd notice a difference. Although the science behind both Fountain product has backed up claims. With both hyaluronic acid and resveratrol are highly proven anti aging ingredients. I think it's probably going to be more beneficial for the... and pardon my rudeness... the older lady than someone my age. As the amount of Hyaluronic acid produced by the skin reduces over time. I've seen lots of reviews on the Boots website about this product which claim it gives them a glowing complexion and reduces fine lines. I haven't noticed this mainly because I don't have too many fine lines as of yet. None the less I think it's worked well for me and had made a noticeable change in my skin.