I have always been one to try and get a leg up on beauty. What could possibly be the harm in drinking vitamin infused water or popping a couple of pills to promote health hair. Honestly, there doesn’t seem to be any harm done by such products, except the distatrous wake they can leave on your pocketbook.
I have been attracted to Borba products since I discovered they were a favorite by Eva Longoria. But they are expensive. 60 packets of skin boosting packets sell on Sephora for $100. That is just not a possibility for most Americans when equal benefits can be attained through a diet rich in vitamins and minerals which also boast the ability to maintain necessary body functionailty.
It seems that beauty will not be coming in a bottle or a pill. In much the same way that exercise seems to be the key to a great body, wholesome foods are the only nutritional equivalent. A great article is featured in the New York Times New York Times, by Natasha Singer.