This is a review of Innate Skin’s Women’s Anti-Aging Multivitamin for Skin Support
It is not easy to a review any kind of supplement based on one month of use.
At the time of this video I was just a few weeks from turning 65. I was given 2 bottles – a two month supply – from the company in exchange for a review. They did not give me any money.
But I give an honest review.
Since I was already taking supplements, I wasn’t deficient in any vitamins except possibly K2 which I’ll mention in this video. I was not specifically taking supplements for skin.
What I did was look into all the supplements in the ingredient list and see what they were good for. Most of those had multi benefits, too many to mention them all. Of course there was less of each ingredient than if you were to buy each supplement individually (which would naturally cost more).
Well, this works, BUT ONLY if you really want to stop.
On ABC’s Shark Tank, May 20, 2016, The last person doing a pitch did not get an investment deal for his habit breaking shock wrist band.
The idea behind it
I forgot how much this shocking item was supposed to sell for. But it was expensive.
But you can break a bad habit using a free method that does the same thing. It is what psychologists call self-administered adversive conditioning.
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Whether the bad habit is smoking, nail biting, drugs or any other habit you stop, you can train yourself simply by snapping a rubber band that’s on your wrist. This when repeated enough will train your brain to associate more pain than pleasure with the habit. However it will only work if you want to make a change.
The more you scratch them the more they itch. Before they drive you insane, here are 34 methods that I’ve collected off the Internet to try to relieve the itch.
I’ve tried some of these but not others. If you have something that works for you, or has not worked, please leave a comment below.
Here are what are listed in the video:
These are applied to the bite – not taken internally
Chlorasceptic Throat Spray
moistened tobacco – from a cigarette
Purell – the hand sanatiser
apple cider vinegar
basil oil or crushed leaves
scotch tape over bite
Witch Hazel and Baking Soda mix
Your own spit
Sarna Anti-itch Lotion
Milk of Magnesia
lavender oil alone or mixed with coconut oil
plantain – a common weed. crushed
Deodorant contains aluminum chloride
banana peel – the inside of the peel
clear nail polish – peel off after itch goes away
tea tree oil
lemon or lime – don’t wear in sun – can cause blisters
Peppermint oil or crushed leaves
Gold Bond Instant Relief
Raw Organic Honey
Heat – back of sppon technique
Epsom Salt paste or 2 cups in bath tub.
Baking Soda paste or 2 cups or 1lb box in bath