Tuesday, January 13, 2015


I've been "ooing and awwing" about this beauty molecule by Fountain Beauty for almost six (6) months now and I finally caved in and purchased it. Fountain Beauty is a company that created the beauty supplement that offers water- soluable  forms of proven health and beauty nutrients  in an easy to take liquid format. Fountain Beauty has several other beauty liquid's for not just beauty, but mental, and health as well. In total F.B has a total of nine (9) liquid formats and they all range from 24$ - 68$ CDN. They also have other products that you can check out. I purchased this one for 35$ CDN.


"The Beauty Molecule is a concentrated beauty supplement with Resveratrol and Hyaluronic Acid to promote health, youth and longevity."

RESVERATROL " Our formula contains a very high concentration (40mg/teaspoon) of Resveratrol, a natural phenol found in the skin of red grapes and in Japanese knotweed. Hundreds of studies have shown that Resveratrol offers the longevity effects of calorie restriction, is a strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, and promotes normal cell division"
26,000 RED GRAPES Each teaspoon of Fountain – The Beauty Molecule contains as much Resveratrol as 26,000 red grapes

MOST BIOAVAILABLE, WATER-SOLUBLE Contains a first-ever water-soluble Resveratrol in a proprietary water matrix delivery system for maximum absorption in a base of vegan-friendly nutritional Hyaluronic Acid, nature's youth matrix. 

 VEGAN HYALURONIC ACID Our formula is a vegan-friendly source of pure food-grade  Hyaluronic Acid.

The directions are pretty standard. Digest once a day, until empty.

Xylitol is naturally occurring in many of the fruits and vegetables we eat on a daily basis. Once extracted and processed it yields a white, crystalline granule that can be used in any recipe that calls for sugar. It’s good for your teeth, stabilizes insulin and hormone levels, promotes good health and has none of the negative side effects of white sugar or artificial sweeteners. It contains only 2.4 calories per gram and is slowly absorbed as a complex carbohydrate. Xylitol looks like sugar, tastes like sugar, and is the same sweetness as sugar – making it the ideal natural sugar replacement.
 Citric acid is a weak organic acid with the formula C₆H₈O₇. It is a natural preservative/conservative which occurs naturally in citrus fruits and is also used to add an acidic or sour taste to foods and drinks

 Potassium sorbate is the potassium salt of sorbic acid, chemical formula CH₃CH=CH-CH=CH-CO₂K. It is a white salt that is very soluble in water. It is primarily used as a food preservative.

"Japanese Knotweed is an aggressive semi-woody perennial plant that is native to eastern Asia. In the 1800's it was introduced to North America as an ornamental species and also planted for erosion control. It has since spread throughout the United States and Canada. Japanese Knotweed is often mistaken for bamboo; however it is easily distinguished by its broad leaves and its ability to survive Ontario winters. Japanese Knotweed is especially persistent due to its vigorous root system, which can spread nearly 10 metres from the parent stem and grow through concrete and asphalt. This invader is very persistent and once it becomes established, is incredibly difficult to control."

Hmmmm lol - I hope these extracts don't invade my body.
 I' mean it sounds creepy that these plants spread like wildflower, and than to have there extracts in something I will be ingesting daily, just kind of makes me wonder a bit. I know it's safe and tested, but I just would have never thought a "weed" would be in something I would drink.

Moment of truth..... The liquid is a very thin consistancy with a vibrant red color.
The taste is horrific... It taste like you're swallowing gasoline with lubricant... It's pretty intense.
I do hope I see results from taking this , because I've read other review's and they've said to have seen a dramatic difference in their skin, being plumper and more glowing.  I will update if I see any results.
 I will be purchasing the rest of them to try them all out, and see if all or some prove results.
Could this be the new elixir of youth??

We shall see!!

Mrs Chic

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