MIAMI, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers should understand that not all beauty products are created equal, and they should be just as cautious with supplements as they would be with prescription medication. That's the word from Aveya Beauty (http://aveyabeauty.com/), a leader in safe, premium, all-natural beauty products. Recently, the company assembled a list of things everyone should know when shopping for phytoceramides, the plant-based, skin-restoring supplement. Aveya Beauty is even offering its phytoceramides buying guide free of charge: http://aveyabeauty.com/free-gift/warning2/.
Perhaps the most surprising takeaway from Aveya's buying guide is that many people are simply spending too much money. The health and beauty market is profitable, it's true, but what some companies are doing borders on criminal. "$10 per month is the most anyone should pay for quality phytoceramides," explained Aveya Beauty President Darren Miller. "Some people have the notion that more expensive equals better, but that's just not the case."
Most phytoceramides supplements on the market today are wheat-based, which means the product will have some residual gluten. Those with gluten sensitivity may notice an adverse reaction when taking the supplement; Aveya Beauty's own phytoceramides product is derived from rice and sweet potato, and this is what gluten-intolerant consumers should look for in all health and beauty supplements.
Proper dosage is another important factor in getting the most out of phytoceramides. A single 350-mg capsule taken with food is perfectly adequate, and results should be noticeable in 4 to 12 weeks. Choosing manufacturers based in the US and approved by the FDA will ensure that the dosage is consistent and accurate.
"Buying from sketchy, overseas manufacturers is the worst mistake you can make," warned Aveya Beauty President Darren Miller. "When a company is not FDA or GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) certified, there's no way to be sure that the ingredients are safe or consistent from batch to batch. That's why it's important to look for US-based phytoceramides producers with the FDA and GMP labels."
The prefix "phyto-" means derived from plants, and this is the variety of ceramides that consumers should choose. Animal-based ceramides can cause a host of problems, not to mention being inappropriate for vegetarians and vegans.
"The biggest complaint we've heard from consumers is that competitor products don't work," said Miller. "Largely, that's because they chose the wrong product or bought from an untrustworthy manufacturer or both. Our buying guide can help shoppers avoid these traps and see actual results."
Aveya Beauty's Phytoceramides Made From Sweet Potatoes meets all of the recommendations found in the free buying guide. Plus, customer enthusiasm and feedback has been strong since the product's introduction. Learn more about this revolutionary beauty product on the Amazon sale page.
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