Lately I've been hearing a lot of good things (e.g. weight loss, skin repair, hair and nail nourishment, gastrointestinal soothing) about Sibu Beauty Products, which made me want to try them for myself. Of course, after my family and friends heard that I was trying the products, the same questions kept popping up. Does it really work? It's expensive; is it worth the price? If you're reading this article, you are probably asking yourself the same questions.
I have never been one to use beauty products. I am happy just washing my face with Lever soap and hitting the road. Lately, I have noticed a few new lines and wrinkles and thought, what harm can it do? The products I tried are: Liquid Dietary Supplement, Balancing Facial Cleanser, Hydrating Serum, and Rejuvenating Night Cream.
First thing in the morning, I drink the Liquid Dietary Supplement (Revitalize & Renew), which is both tart and sweet. I think it's delicious, but it may be too tart or too sweet for some users. The directions are to drink between one to three ounces daily, so I split the difference and drink two ounces. It's a very small amount, so a 25.35 fl. oz. bottle lasts for a while. Additionally, if you're counting calories, this supplement only has 25 calories per ounce. The claim is that the supplement improves skin tone, hair & nail growth, and soothes and repairs the digestive and uro-genital tract. I can vouch for all of these claims. Surprisingly, they are true. This is the supplement recommended on a recent segment of The Dr. Oz Show. Retails at $29.95 for 25.35 fl. oz. (750 mL).