Reserveage - Fountain of Youth?
June 25, 2014
I've been taking hyaluronic acid and collagen supplements for a couple years so I was excited to hear about Reserveage in a Vogue Magazine article. The claims from the Vogue article were that customers felt their skin was tighter, more youthful and also (due to the chondroitin) that their joints felt more lubricated. I've taken these supplements on their own and haven't felt a significant difference in skin quality or with my joints. I've been taking Reserveage now for 1 - 2 months and haven't had any miraculous change in my skin quality or in my joints either. I would recommend this product only if taking these supplements on their own are too much work. One ingredient unique to this supplement mix is the Resveratrol. Just recently in the news, I heard that the amount of Resveratrol in most supplements is not enough to make any real difference in heart health or in skin quality.
I really do believe these supplements may be the closest to a natural fountain of youth but we don't know enough about them scientifically. Perhaps starting them at age 40 may only keep the aging process at bay rather than turn back the clock. I do feel this product (and this combo of supplements) do achieve that.
Pros:Multiple supplements in one formula
Cons:Costly - cheaper to purchase independently. The company claims of improvement of skin quality seem exaggerated.