Healthorium Phytoceramides Review
Today we are reviewing a product called Healthorium’s Phytoceramides. This is an anti-aging skin supplement that is claimed by the manufacturer to restore the skin’s soft and fresh appearance, promotes a more radiant, younger complexion, and diminishes wrinkles and fine lines.
- Phytoceramides – 350mg
- Vitamin A – 5000IU
- Vitamin C – 60IU
- Vitamin D – 400IU
- Vitamin E – 30IU
Phytoceramides contain strong antioxidants that fight free radicals. Vitamin A helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, protects and heals damaged skin. Vitamin C repairs and prevents dry skin. Vitamin D contributes to metabolism, skin cell growth and skin repair. Vitamin E blocks free radicals from the body, which plays a big role in the aging process. Other inactive ingredients in this formula are vegetable cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide and MCC. One key ingredient lacking here is wheat extract oil which can be very effective at fighting wrinkles and reversing the signs of aging. It also improves the skin’s hydration levels and smoothes the skin.
Take one capsule daily. The dosage instructions do not specify at what time of day you should take the capsule, or whether it should be taken with or without meals.
It seems like the product is currently out of stock or unavailable and therefore it does not have a price.
We also couldn’t find any kind of satisfaction guarantee offered by the manufacturer. This might mean that there are some concerns with regards to the effectiveness of the product.
Healthorium Phytoceramides Review – The Bottom Line
In concluding our review of Healthorium’s Phytoceramides, we liked that the supplement contains essential skin friendly vitamins for optimal skin health. It is gluten free, and GMP certified. We also liked that it contains the recommended optimum dose of Phytoceramides which is 350mg per day. On the not so positive side, we saw room for improvement in a number of areas. The ingredients although good were missing a key element of wheat extract oil which could help get users get rid of wrinkles more effectively. We did not like that there are fillers and binders in this supplement and the following additional inactive ingredients; vegetable cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, and the binder Microcrystalline Cellulose (MCC). In terms of dosage information, the website is rather lacking. They do not specify at what time of day you should take the capsule or whether it should be taken with or without meals. There is also no discussion of any possible side effects or warnings. There is no evidence of a product guarantee or return policy, and no new customer or bulk order discounts offered by the manufacturer. There are only 3 reviews on Amazon and they are all 5 star reviews which looks suspicious. For all the above reasons we are unable to recommend this supplement and suggest you seek out one with a proper guarantee, a clear price, and detailed instructions on dosage and side effects. It should also have a wide spread of consumer reviews across multiple sources.