Sunday, April 12, 2015

ZSS Skincare Review

ZSS Skincare is nutrition focused skincare that is packed with Zeaxanthin. Zeaxanthin is derived from paprika peppers and has been clinically tested to promote clear radiant skin and fight deep lines and wrinkles from the inside out. The ZSS Skincare system comes in two different methods; Method No. 1 Radiant Skin and Method No. 2 Clear Skin. Both systems include a serum designed to be applied to your face and neck to help you achieve beautiful skin on the outside in conjunction with dietary supplements intended to promote beautiful skin from the inside. You can read more about the science behind how these products work here.

I was sent Method No.2 for review. Each skin system contains a 30 day supply of both the serum and nutrients. The products are all natural and free of harsh chemicals like paraben sulfates, phthalates, propylene glycol, mineral oils, synthetic fragrances, and dyes.
You get a total of 30 individually packaged daily supplements. The package includes 2 soft gels, 1 capsule and 1 probiotic capsule. The key ingredients in these supplements are zeaxanthin, fish oil, N-Acetyl (an antioxidant) and borage seed oil. You also receive a 0.5 fluid oz. bottle of the serum. The serum is designed to be used morning and night after cleansing.
First of all I love that the supplements are conveniently packaged for daily use. It makes it easier to remember to take them on a daily basis. The serum is very lightweight and goes on smoothly. The bottle may seem little but only a small amount is needed for application.  I love that the serum does not have a greasy feeling, rather it absorbs into the skin very quickly.
I used my skin system for the total 30 days and found that not only was it an easy skin regimen to follow but I did not have any skin issues the entire time. I am proud to say that at 37 my skin is not showing any signs of lines or wrinkles yet, so I can't really comment on whether these products work for that or not, but I have read some promising reviews all over the web. E! News even featured them as being a favorite among celebrities. The price of the system is a little spendy at $160. When you do the math it is somewhere around $5.00 a day. I guess if you think of it that way it doesn't sound so bad. You can skip your daily smoothie, cappuccino or deli sandwich and treat yourself to better skin instead!  

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.   

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