Fountain: The Hyaluronic Molecule
First up, this is like drinking ginger flavoured glue. Thereafter, it’s all good. I am a huge hyaluronic fan.. it’s one of the indicators as to whether I’m going to like a skincare brand or not because I can genuinely say that it makes a visible difference to the skin. Well, my skin – I think everyone has particular ingredients that really suit their skin and one ingredient does not suit all. But hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the body and as we age, it depletes. Which is annoying, because vanity aside, lack of hyaluronic can result in joint discomfort amongst other things.
So, drinking hyaluronic? I am such a sceptic when it comes to these kind of things, but far less so since I’ve been taking Imedeen and have physically seen the difference in my skin (less dryness, softer skin).. I’m slowly coming round to thinking that a daily dose of Fountain Hyaluronic could well have an effect. I also always take note when Boots back a product (Fountain is already on their site HERE) because I know how much research evidence they require to make claims and to stock a product like this. However, if you look what they actually say about it (in the further information) they aren’t making claims as such – more just giving information. Nonetheless, my skin is dramatically better with hyaluronic than without, that I can guarantee, so I’m going to glug through my bottle of £27.99 ginger glue and hope to radiate with plumper looking skin!
There are some contra-indications that you should note:
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Do not mix with dairy products.
Food supplements should not be used as a subsitute for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
This product is not a substitute for topical beauty products and acts as a synergistic therapy.
Not suitable for pregnant and lactating women.
Keep out of reach from children.
Keep away from sunlight and heat.
Do not freeze.
Consume within 3 months once opened.
Store in a cold, dry place.