What Experts Think of Sanseti, the Skin Care Kit All Over Social Media Comments Off on What Experts Think of Sanseti, the Skin Care Kit All Over Social Media 102265

If you’re a fan of some of Hollywood’s hottest stars, or a follower of beauty trends on Instagram, you’ve probably seen the Sanseti Timeless Skin Care System. High profile fans of the system have said things like: “this has been a game changer for me” and “this is my go-to brand”. Experts say the key to the product’s success is its 360-degree approach to skin care. Many skin care products do a decent job prepping, moisturizing, or tightening the skin; but it’s rare to find one set of products that does everything.

What is it?

On its website, Sanseti claims their product(s) have been shown to reduce deep wrinkles by 44% while producing a 37% reduction in wrinkle density. Pretty dramatic results to claim in a clinical environment! According to the company, the products include botanicals such as: Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract (Japanese Green Tea), Red Marine Algae (Ahnfelita Conccina Extract), Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Lavandula Hybrida Oil, Echinacea Angustifolia Extract; and peptides like Dipeptide-2, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3 (Matrixyl), and Acetyl Hexapeptide-3.

Sanseti recommends using the product set as part of your daily routine: Cleanse, Moisturize, and Tighten.

In addition to the numerous celebrities and skin care experts who have pledged their love for the Sanseti line of skin care products, the company also offers up dozens of real customer reviews on its website.

“The skin cleanser is freaking amazing, it really gets all the dead skin and dirt off my face and leaves it feeling super smooth. Along with the advanced peptide lotion, my skin has never looked better,” one woman wrote.

“Amazing, worked even better than expected. I now understand the hype about this brand,” another said.

What do the experts say?

It looks and sounds remarkable, but is this for real? Dermatologists tell us, “The products in this kit contain a variety of calming botanicals alongside several peptides that brighten, tighten, and minimize the appearance of wrinkles.” For example, Sodium Hyaluronate holds up to a thousand times its weight in moisture retention, while Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3 has been clinically shown to improve skin firmness, elasticity, and help with inflammation.

As for claims that Sanseti can reduce wrinkles by 44%, our source says very likely. “The cleanser likely preps the skin to receive moisture, the moisturizer ingredients provide the necessary elements to give the elasticity that most people are looking for, and the studies behind the serum claiming wrinkle reductions are 100% legitimate.” Our source added that the oils found in the Essential Anti-Puff Eye Gel have shown a decrease in eye bag thickness and also indicated a 25% reduction of capillary permeability.

So is Sanseti worth the price?

After using the product for 2 weeks, we give Sanseti our “BUY IT” grade. We found it to be a very good value, the products are all high in quality, and the results were definitely noticeable. Experts agree, saying that the Sanseti Timeless Skin Care System is beneficial and can be incorporated into your overall long-term anti-aging routine. The company is so sure you’ll have a similar experience that they have created the “Sanseti Challenge” for our readers.  Try their products for 30 days, if you don’t like them; send them back for a full refund, zero questions asked. They’ve also given Pure Source readers a 20% discount on their first purchase:

Use PROMO CODE: PURESOURCE20 at checkout to receive 20% OFF AND FREE SHIPPING on your first order of Sanseti: Click Here To Order

If you aren’t sure what’s best for your skin, visit your dermatologist for a skin care consult. Remember, treating your skin well isn’t as simple as using any one product; but a good one can definitely help! Take good care of your skin all the time and your selfie will thank you later.

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Make your Super Bowl party healthier Comments Off on Make your Super Bowl party healthier 20605

The Super Bowl is arguably the greasiest, trans-fat-filled day of the year – Thanksgiving aside. 😃 The Super Bowl is essentially that one time each year that whatever you want to eat goes. Nobody gives you grief or tries to save you by saying “You should watch your cholesterol” or something along those lines. It’s safe to say that nobody really watches the Super Bowl alone. It’s not just something you do by yourself. Who are you going to watch the Super Bowl halftime performance with? They’ve had Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars recently, anything can happen. You are no doubt “watching” the Super Bowl with friends and you will most-likely make a party out of it, after all that’s what adults do!

Just because it’s the Super Bowl and “you can eat whatever you want” be mindful of your heart and waistline which never get “cheat days” so you don’t either… So, without further ado here are a couple of ways you can make your Super Bowl party healthier.

Seek low calorie snacks

That this seems a bit impossible. It’s the Super Bowl. It’s supposed to be a festival of beer and grease so how are we going to find foods for snacks that are going to provide that football feel and still stays true to its greasiness and deliciousness. Well, that’s impossible. There is no substitute for all the great stuff. There’s no good substitute for a well-made hotdog or nacho cheese covered chips. We can, however, make attempts to get the next best thing with snacks that no one ever pays attention to like their healthier variants. For instance, no Super Bowl is complete without a little chip and dip so why not make the chips organic and make the dip homemade? There are loads of healthy dip options online that are relatively inexpensive to make. A good example of such dip is the Smoky Roasted Red Pepper Cannellini Dip. All peripheral foods like pizza and tarts could be switched for fruit-based snacks.

Serve healthy beverages

Snacking is only half of the health problem the other half is the choice of beverage. This might not seem like a big of a deal to you but sodas and beers contain a shocking amount of processed sugar which will come back to bite you in the ass one way or the other. At parties like these, good old-fashioned beer or Coke is the choice drink. It’s deviating from the whole Super Bowl tradition but you can mix things up a little this year. You can switch the beers and the sodas for something far healthier like La Croix, fruit punch, or other infused drinks.

If your guests aren’t down with water and punch you could offer a lite beer and diet soda. These options aren’t exactly healthy but they are a start. They are better than the alternative. Although lite beer is not significantly less calorie filled, they tend to contain up to 30% less of the overall calorie content of the average beer.

Score with fiber

The thing about eating is that it’s a voluntary action. People eat so frequently that they sometimes forget that they are doing it. It evolves from a voluntary action to a more reflexive action and you definitely don’t want that to happen. Passive eating looks bad especially if you’re consuming carbs and trans-fat. It can cause an increase in overall body weight and other “not so friendly” implications. Over-eating is bound to happen at Super Bowl parties and that is why you have to shut it down before it makes its way through your party. Eat a nutrient-filled fiber filled meal as a welcome snack or food. The high fiber meal ensures that you’re full from the get-go and it attacks your natural desire to over eat. Some example of fiber-filled foods are chili, fruits, grains, nuts, etc.

The Super Bowl is no doubt a sporting event that everyone looks forward to. The ceremony and spectacle communicate to its viewers and enthralls them, but without active control of consumption you might find yourself tempted to leave all your principles behind, but it’s not just worth it. These tips will help you to try to stay healthy during the big game!

What are nootropics? Comments Off on What are nootropics? 70520

Nootropics, according to Corneliu E. Giurgea, the father of nootropics, are drugs that simultaneously enhance learning and memory, protect the brain, increase the efficacy of brain-related control mechanisms, should lack the pharmacologic structure of psychotropic drugs, and be devoid of side effects. Over time, the description has been expanded to include other non-drug substances.

Whether or not drugs are involved, the idea of nootropics is that they boost mental capacity, allowing you to accomplish goals that would be quite strenuous without them. They are used by various individuals, ranging from students wanting to get more studying done or turning in a paper on time, to engineers trying to figure out a problem.

What are nootropics made of?

Nootropics are traditionally made of naturally-occurring substances like ginseng, or synthetic substances in the form of chemicals not uncommon in drugs (like L-Theanine). Even though Corneliu Giurgea’s description referred to drugs, nootropics have evolved to include non-synthetic substances that can give similar outputs. Nootropics are sometimes called “smart drugs”.

Various nootropics

The large range of nootropics make it difficult to describe them with a blanket sentence other than “they boost brain performance”. So, instead of a generalization, here is a short list of popular nootropics, as well as their specific actions, and possible side effects.

1. Caffeine: Caffeine is without-a-doubt the most popular nootropic, being present in most nootropic substances available on the market. It’s effective in wakefulness, improved concentration, increased motivation, alertness, and focus.

The side effects of caffeine are as well-known as its usefulness. Excessive consumption of caffeine causes insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, tachycardia (elevated heart rate), and even muscle tremors.

2. L-Theanine: Unlike Guarana, L-Theanine is an amino acid that can be found in many tea leaves and herbs. It’s known to aid stress relief and reduce anxiety. Even though is also taken to increase focus and attention, stress relief is its most evidence-based function.

Its side effects may include nausea and irritability.

3. CPD Choline: CPD Choline is naturally-occurring in humans and animals and is an intermediate substance in a common biochemical process that involves converting Choline to Phosphaatidylcholine. Studies show that CPD protects the brain, especially in times of low oxygen supply. In addition, it also increases alertness and consciousness.

Being a natural substance in the body, CPD has no negative effects, except when it is taken in excess, where it can cause stomachaches and diarrhea.

4. Modafinil: As far as performance-boosting drugs go, Modafinil tops the list, having been shown to increase fatigue resistance, improve mood, as well as increase motivation and vigilance. It really is a wonder drug, often rumored to be used by sleep-deprived doctors.

Its side effects are abuse-induced, which means you may suffer things like chronic headaches, if you use it all the time to fight fatigue, without getting enough sleep.

5. Guarana: Guarana, also called Guaranine, is a plant with well-researched and documented effects of improved mental focus and alertness. It is also taken for various other purposes from weight loss to exercise tolerance, but these have not been proven.

Being a naturally-occurring fruit, it does not have severe side effects. However, users have been known to experience insomnia and fatigue when taken in high doses.

6. Panax Ginseng: Certain herbs are sometimes assumed to have positive, even performance-enhancing effects. One of the most popular is Ginseng. Common in East Asia and North America, the plant does not have any nootropic effects backed by strong scientific evidence. However, it has been said to increase energy levels and activity.

Ginseng does not have any known side effects.

7.Ginkgo Biloba: Also a leaf extract, it is wildly known as a cognitive enhancer, with weak scientific evidence to support it.

8. Vitamin B12: The controversy surrounding vitamin B12 is that it may not be a nootropic, as it does not have any noticeable, quick-onset effects. It is considered more of supplement and nutritional requirement than a nootropic. However, it’s on this list because some people still consider it a smart drug.

Nootropic tolerance

Overuse of many nootropics can lead to your body building tolerance, and needing more and more of the substance to get the same effect. It’s a little like what happens with regular alcohol drinkers. They often need more and more alcohol to feel its effects.

Things to remember about nootropics

Many individuals have their definition of nootropics, thus making it a controversial topic. The situation is made worse by substances that are claimed to boost productivity but have not yet been proven. Amongst all these controversies, here are some points for you to keep in mind about nootropics:

  1. They are performance-boosting substances and are often used to get an extra edge.
  2. They should be free of side effects, and should have low toxicity.
  3. They contain naturally-occurring substances.
  4. They work by interacting with receptors in the brain.
  5. Even though they are supposed to be side effect free, some supposed nootropics do have side effects.
  6. Some substances considered nootropics work, and some don’t.
  7. The adverse effects of nootropics can sometimes be avoided by keeping dosage low and cycling between usage and abstinence.
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