One of the hottest products on the beauty radar at the moment is Beauty Scoop for skin from dryness to luminous, strong, long nails and shiny hair. Tried and tested by members of the inner beauty circle and several celebrities, Beauty Scoop is now filtering into the mass market and is rapidly becoming one of women’s favourite beauty products.
One of the reasons behind Beauty Scoop’s success is its ease of use, unlike most of the beauty products on the market it isn’t a cream, face pack or pill it’s simply a drink! Being a drink makes it the ideal product for those of us who can be a bit lazy with our skincare regime. You don’t have to worry about applying several times a day, using too much or too little, you can just add the powder to any drink you fancy and that’s it. One slight set back with the powder and that it is not flavourless but does taste pretty mild. Ideally it would be flavourless so not to spoil your beverage, however adding it to water is best as then there aren’t too many contrasting tastes. Despite this Beauty Scoop is one of the most adaptable and portable beauty enhancement products on the market.
The experts state that drinking Beauty Scoop just twice a day starts to show results within three weeks. Hair is noticeably glossier, nails are stronger and skin tone is much smoother. The powder incudes a blend of peptides and lipids and it is this combination that not only gets results but gets them quickly. What makes Beauty Scoop stand out from their website- “BeautyScoop® supplies readily absorbable peptides in sufficient doses over a short period of time. This bypasses the 4-6 hour digestion process and jumpstarts the body’s own natural biochemical processes and boosts its own regenerative power. Peptides may be considered the smallest usable form of proteins. They do not need to be digested to be absorbed. They are formed by two or more amino acids. Beauty Scoop also contains lipids – “Lipids are necessary for cell membrane health, vitality and flexibility, and for energy storage and hormone production”. However some critics have pointed out that the powder mainly includes ‘basic’ vitamins that can be found in fruit & vegetables. This may be the case, but for some who are not regular fruit eaters, the Beauty Scoop powder is a quick and easy alternative.
Ingredients: Essential Lipid Carthamus Tinctorius(Unsaturated Safflower Oil), Pure Crystallized Fructose, Pure Hydrolyzed Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Hydrolyzed Gelatin (Kosher Dairy), Maltodextrin, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Lecithin Oil (Soy), Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin E (di-alpha tocopherol acetate), Essential Lipid Brassica Napus (Unsaturated Canola Oil), Xantham Gum, Zinc Oxide, Copper Gluconate, Manganese Gluconate, Biotin, Riboflavin and Calcium Silicate.
Beauty Scoop has been developed by renowned plastic surgeon Dr Michelle Yagoda and esteemed chemist Dr. Eugene Gans. By creating a product that works from the inside gives the user an easy way to improve their appearance, and as soon as you start to see the results, you get a confidence boost, improving your mood, giving you an all-round enhancement. It is important to note, Beauty Scoop does contain Fructose, 6 grams per serving I’m not very keen on that, I really wish they would use coconut nectar or xylitol. It is $70 for a 21 day supply, making it around $3 per serving. Their are critics that call it a glorified protein shake, you have to decide that for yourself.
You can be sure the product is safe to use as it has been developed by two medical professionals, removing any element of worry about putting any dangerous products into your body. The combination of ease of use, quick results and health security makes Beauty Scoop one of the most trusty beauty products available at the moment. However, be sure to review the list of ingredients closely as it may not be suitable for vegan’s, and make sure you are aware of what Beauty Scoop could achieve for you before you buy as this will be an investment product. This way you avoid disappointment by fully understanding the potential of the product and how it will benefit you.
I did use this product but too inconsistently to tell you if it really worked! Next time I see it I will grab a box, and take it everyday to see if I really see results.
Let me your thoughts, would you try it?