If you have heard me talking about Altrient, a type of liposome vitamin C supplement, you may also have heard me say that, while I find it perfectly easy to take these days, some people really struggle with its taste and texture.
Those of you who follow me will know that I got very interested in liposomal vitamin C a couple of years ago when a brand called Altrient put me through a trial to see whether taking lots of their particular vitamin C would actually improve my skin.
We all know that vitamin C is a vital component in our diets and you've probably heard that vitamin C is an extremely useful ingredient for our skin too. But, should you be applying vitamin C topically to your face or taking it as a supplement -.
If you are anything like me, you grew up believing that you should take vitamin C supplements whenever you were feeling a bit under the weather, in order to ward off coughs, colds and the like.
I have written a lot about Altrient liposomal vitamin C since I first tried it a couple of years ago but even I am still learning about its capabilities. Here’s a few of the things you may not now about Altreint that I discovered during a recent.
I am a huge fan of vitamin C and have been taking the supplement Altrient for a couple of years now.
For three months earlier this year, I gave up all my usual high-tech skincare, collagen supplements and skin-boosting procedures in order to see what scoffing three of these sachets a day could do for my skin.