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Cosmetics Market Sees Onslaught Of Beauty Supplement Pills

April 29, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Cosmetics companies launched various beauty supplements in pill form, which their manufacturers claim are loaded with nourishing ingredients. Based on an old theory that what people ingest affects the body's external appearance, these pills are claimed to have an impact on how the skin looks. Dove Spa's Strength-Within pill, which the company claimed contained soy isoflavones, lycopene, vitamins C and E, and omega-3 fatty acids, started the trend. Nutrition experts are divided over the pill supplements' beauty claims, with some concurring that these products indeed work and others saying that a balanced and healthy diet should do the trick. Several brands of pill supplements were tested by consumers to confirm whether they work or not including the Seven Seas ilumina, Imedeen Time Perfection, and Colladeen Visage.
Kim Jones, "Can a pill really make you beautiful? We put anti-ageing tablets to the test", Daily Mirror, April 29, 2013, © Daily Mirror
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