Skin Food

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Description

Description

Dr Barbara Sturm’s work with the superfood ingredient Purslane combined with her goal to create an effective nutritional supplement that promotes anti-ageing and skin health inspired her to develop SKIN FOOD. The powdered blend of the active ingredient Purslane, an anti-ageing powerhouse that helps soothe the skin and reduce the visible signs of irritation, paired with potent antioxidants, is easily absorbed by the body to promote skin renewal from the inside out. Together with Dr Storm’s REPAIR FOOD nutritional supplements, it provides an intense nutrient boost throughout the body. The 2 powerful supplements support skin hydration, its ability to fight irritation and the visible signs of irritation, and protect skin health and function.

How to use

How to use

Take 2 capsules a day with water. Combine with REPAIR FOOD for maximum results.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Selenium, Purslane Extract, Kudzu root, N-Acetyl-Glucosamine, Astaxanthin, L-Carnosin Silymarin, Resveratrol, Astragalosides, Coenzym Q1, L-Glutathione

Delivery

Delivery

We deliver worldwide – shipping is done with DHL. Delivery costs and delivery times vary from country to country. From an order of 250 € the delivery is free of shipping costs. More information under Service.

Dr. Barbara Sturm

Dr. Barbara Sturm is a German aesthetics doctor, widely renowned for her anti-inflammatory philosophy and her non-surgical anti-aging skin treatments. Dr. Barbara Sturm uses advanced science ingredients that are healthy, healing and safe, nurturing rather than attacking living skin. The products contain innovative, high concentration active ingredients adhering to Germany’s rigorous skincare ingredient laws. Dr. Sturm’s philosophy of skin healing also means the products do not contain substances and ingredients that are both unnecessary for the skin and may promote inflammation, including artificial fragrance, color, micro plastics and aggressive preservatives.