Eat These Now For Better Skin & Hair

You really are what you ingest

Laneige Collagen Drink, $52 for 10 bottles.
15 Feb 2016

Laneige Collagen Drink, $52 for 10 bottles.

Besides using collagen and elastin from fishes, this brightening and hydrating drink also contains vitamin C and red orange extract.

Astalift Pure Collagen Powder, $76 for 30 sachets.
15 Feb 2016

Astalift Pure Collagen Powder, $76 for 30 sachets.

Each sachet contains collagen, vitamin C and amino acid to restore and support skin’s collagen levels, and maintain firmness.

DrGL Skin Supplement Glow, $128 for 60 capsules.
15 Feb 2016

DrGL Skin Supplement Glow, $128 for 60 capsules.

A mix of all-natural ingredients such as phytofloral and tomato extracts, this multi-tasking supplement speeds up skin healing and collagen production for supple and radiant skin. This is also said to reduce and prevent redness and pigmentation.

Haba Deep Moisture Beauty, $59 for 10 bottles.
15 Feb 2016

Haba Deep Moisture Beauty, $59 for 10 bottles.

Packed with royal jelly and silk peptide, this sugarless hyaluronic-acid drink nourishes skin from within by boosting collagen production for a taut and supple complexion.

Viviscal Professional, $128.40 for 60 tablets.
15 Feb 2016

Viviscal Professional, $128.40 for 60 tablets.

This drug-free dietary supplement, which contains vitamin B7 and a marine protein complex, is said to strengthen hair prone to breakage and shedding from heat styling and chemical treatments.

There’s been an abundance of beauty supplements hitting the market in recent years. Think beauty drinks, tablets, capsules and more, all of which aim to give you better skin and hair.

And while some do sound a little suspect, many of these edible skin and hair care solutions are actually a great way to include certain nutrients that you might not be getting through your diet.

Just think - you can boost your collagen production and hydration levels and even fight free radicals simply by knocking back a pill or a supplement shot!

What you need to know, though, is that not all beauty supplements are created equal. So it’s always important to do your research before incorporating anything new into your diet.

To make things easy for you busy girls, we’ve done some of the homework. Click though the gallery above to check out some of our fave supplements you can try for your daily dose of beauty.

For more on beauty, click here. Or check out Are You Taking Your Supplements Correctly? And Can A Pill Give You Stronger Hair?