Put Your Best Face Forward: The Ingredients That Help You Look Your Best

Nature's Way

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Maybe you can’t live without your serums, moisturizing hair masks, and weekly manicure appointments. Maybe you’re more low-maintenance and prefer a few simple steps instead of a lengthy routine. Regardless of your grooming habits, you probably care a bit about what you look like – and want to maximize the feel-good and look-good benefits in your supplement routine.

Your hair, skin, and nails can be key indicators of what’s going on inside your body. Aging can have a big impact on how you look and feel, as can your lifestyle; are you eating a healthy, balanced diet, wearing sunscreen, and getting adequate exercise? If you’re noticing any major changes in your hair, skin, and nails, including increased thinning hair, get in touch with your healthcare practitioner to see what’s up. If you’re simply looking for more ways to help look your best, check out these ingredients.

Collagen

Collagen is a protein found in your body that helps give skin, muscles, and joints structure. As you age, your collagen levels decline. There are a few different types of collagen, but if you’re looking to support hair, skin, and nails, opt for Type I.* Learn more about collagen in our deep dive or find it in Hydraplenish®.

Biotin

Biotin, AKA B7, is one of the B-vitamins and carries out a variety of duties in your body, including cellular energy production and hair, skin, and nail support.* Alive! Hair, Skin & Nails Gummies support lustrous hair, vibrant skin, and strong nails with 2500 mcg of biotin, plus collagen and other supporting ingredients.*

Vitamin C

Antioxidant vitamin C is a workhorse. Not only does it support immune health, it also supports and strengthens collagen for healthy skin.* Make sure it’s part of your daily routine via Vitamin C with Rose Hips and you’ll both look and feel your best.*

Horsetail Grass

If you prefer a more traditional option, try Horsetail Grass! Horsetail is a perennial that has been used as a remedy for thousands of years and is so named because of its feathery leaves. It provides traditional support for healthy hair and nails.*