5 beauty supplements that I swear by

Author: Jenny Wu
Jenny Wu

Élise

Friday 24th of May 2019

as someone who has suffered from long term rosacea acne, i'm currently browsing for probiotics too! i heard from my favourite youtuber who's also a skincare expert (it's liah yoo!) that she also takes probiotics, omega-3 fish oil and zinc. i'm not sure about zinc but i'm definitely going to start looking into probiotics. i'm also planning to take evening primrose oil again. if i remember correctly, EPO is good for hormones so hormonal acne or period can be better regulated. as for omega fish oil, it's something i've been taking for quite some time now but i never really noticed any effects. oh well, maybe it's also because since i have such a stressful life and occasional dehydrated skin that i feel like the fish oil isn't doing anything.

likewise, i also like taking spirulina as my antioxidants. i never knew antioxidants can help with acne and inflammation because when i took spirulina, the only hope i had was to give me some energy so i don't feel sluggish. i guess it's a win win situation now.

and then of course i also take multivitamins (just a budget friendly one from kirkland which may not be the highest, premium grade for vitamins but eh, whatever? lol) and then a separate vitamin D3 because i have vit D deficiency from not being able to be exposed under the sun (the sun and my rosacea aren't bffs)

recently i bought pure matcha powder and i've been enjoying brewing my own matcha tea latte so i'd cut down coffee. the only thing i still find difficult to avoid is sugar. it's not that i'm a total sweet tooth on daily basis but when i'm under stress, i tend to binge eat sugar. not only it's bad for my skin, it can also halt my period. this means i have to stop adding vanilla syrup into my matcha latte, yikes!

Emma

Thursday 2nd of May 2019

I am obsessed with Matcha! I definitely need to try it in my skin care too <3

https://www.emmarenata.com/

Jenny

Thursday 2nd of May 2019

It's such a great ingredient for the body and skin!

Allie Mackin

Tuesday 30th of April 2019

These all sound great. I have been thinking of take collagen though not sure if taking it orally is effective. And I do need to take a probiotic

Allie of www.allienyc.com

Jenny

Thursday 2nd of May 2019

I'm a bit conflicted about the actual efficacy of collagen powder. I know so many people (especially in Asia) swear by them, but the research is limited, so I'm glad this powder has other ingredients in there as well!

Kathrine Eldridge

Sunday 28th of April 2019

I need to check all of these out! Thanks for sharing!

https://www.kathrineeldridge.com

Diana

Friday 26th of April 2019

I've always been curious about supplements but didn't know where to start. Your post made me a bit more wiser on what I want and what to get!

Diana * http://www.dianasayshi.com

Jenny

Thursday 2nd of May 2019

So glad my post helped, thanks for reading Diana!