Sano Naturals Phytoceramides

Sano Naturals Phytoceramides Reviews

1 review
Ranked #172 out of 242 in Vitamins/Minerals




Recommended? You Betcha!
November 26, 2014

Are you worried about wrinkles, fine lines, and aging skin? I have your answer…Phytoceramides. What are phytoceramides? Along with vitamins A, C, D, and E, they are vitamins for your skin.

Sano Naturals has developed Phytoceramides Daily Anti-Aging Skincare Supplement with 100% of the daily value of vitamins A, C, D, and E as well as 350 mg of plant-derived phytoceramides. As we age, our skin naturally loses ceramides over time. Phytoceramides are a way to help replace some of what was lost.

Why do you care of phytoceramides? Dr. Oz says,

“What Phytoceramides does is get rid of all the old, dead layers of skin and help your skin generate fresh new ones. Our tests show that you can erase almost 20 to 30 years off your face in less than 14 days. But the key is to choose the creams and serums that contain the highest and purest quality ingredients, since they’re not all the same.”

He says phytoceramides are “how to fake a facelift” and that you can “drop a decade in your face“. All you have to do is search the Dr. Oz website to see that he thinks highly of phytoceramides to combat aging skin.

I’ve been blessed with very good skin and I take very good care of the skin I have. If you ask most people, they think that my mother and I are sisters. When I was in Ulta the other day, the associate was shocked when I told her my age. However, I know that this isn’t going to last forever and I started using moisturizer on my face about a decade ago. Since I started blogging at Sandy’s P.O.V., I’ve had the opportunity to try numerous serums, something I knew nothing about until recently.

I feel that some of my fine lines are gone, but I didn’t take any before pictures to compare what my face looks like today. Phytoceramides could quite possibly be the answer to your aging skin.

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