Radiance Boost and C Boost are both vegan, yes. Glow Boost, on the other hand, contains bovine collagen, which means it’s not vegan. However, all of our products are natural and mainly based on “ingredients” that we can find in our body, in a smaller or larger proportion. Given that they’re dietary supplements, it means that they work best for those whose bodies don’t produce enough of these “ingredients” (be it collagen, hyaluronic acid, or glutathione).
Since you’ve read so much about this “liposomal” technology on our website, we thought it’s worth explaining the concept a bit. Liposomal technology is a pharmaceutical technique that allows a 99% absorption of the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants included in our products. Liposomal dietary supplements are the best you can find because they have the highest absorption rate: only IVs surpass them, but let’s be serious: who would use vitamin and mineral injections when there’s a less invasive way with the same level of absorption?
Yes, they are. Our products haven’t been tested on animals.
Whenever you see fit! Pre- or post-workout, as a delicious drink during your yoga or pilates session, in the morning, instead of a glass of orange juice, or during a break, when you need a bit of “refreshment”. However, you will obtain the best results if you drink them in the morning, half an hour before breakfast.
You can mix it with whatever you enjoy most: water, coconut water, your favorite yogurt, smoothies, coconut/almond milk, etc.
Yes, you can. Just be mindful of your vitamin C intake: the upper limit is 2,000 mg a day. Although too much dietary vitamin C is unlikely to be harmful, megadoses of vitamin C supplements might cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, abdominal cramps, headache, or insomnia.
Our products only contain natural flavors and sweeteners (xylitol, fructose, and natural peach & mango flavors).
Generally speaking, after a few weeks of daily consumption. Our products have been designed in such a way that they yield the best result once you integrate them into your long-term routine, meaning that you won’t see “magic” happening after a week or two but you will see visible results as long as you don’t “ditch” them after the first couple of glasses.
It’s safer that you don’t. During that period, your body has completely different needs and other kinds of imbalances that are part of the process and you should only take the dietary supplements recommended by your doctor.
Our recommendation would be at least 3 months, followed by a 1-2 months break. Then you can safely resume your routine with Youth Essentials.