The theory behind R.G. Skin Revitalizer is to nourish your skin from the inside out. The concept is one that has been around for some time - to take care on the inside and outside. And theoretically it would make sense to include diet, exercise and nutritional supplements as part of a skin care regime. This is not a product I have tried myself, however the idea of taking antioxidants and beta-carotene does not seem too far fetched. It is widely known that a lot of skin products don't really work, but that Vitamin A / carotenoids do appear to have some effect when used in a skin care regime. A nutritional supplement is known to be good for the eyes, this is the standard information given from most vitamin handbooks and websites. It is also known as an antioxidant and an immune system booster. Obviously, everybody's needs are different and it is a good idea to check with your doctor, naturopath or TCM practitioner to find out what kinds of supplements would be beneficial to you. You may want to try this product, you may not. I am not necessarily advocating the purchase of anything without the proper research and checking that is vital with any new exercise or diet regime.
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