Want to hear how I’ve been getting on in the Inner Me Diaries Challenge?
Not long ago I was contacted by a lovely lady called Jess and asked if I’d like to take part in the Inner Me Diaries Challenge. What is that you ask? Well, for six weeks I will be putting Inner Me’s Daily 4 Me: The Younger Years (For Teens and Twenties) to the test. If you’ve not heard of Inner Me, well in 2009 Nikki Cooper, the founder, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and went on a quest to find supplements that would optimise her health and wellbeing. Confused by choice and not finding anything she could relate to, the idea for Inner Me was born. After lots of extensive research, Inner Me later launched in 2012. As well as Nikki, there are a whole host of other people who recommend the supplements. These include, Amanda Hamilton, a nutritionist and respected personal health commentator, Abigail James, a skincare and wellness industry expert, Camille Meskill, a top fitness professional and Elaine Slater, a psychologist and consultant therapist for the Priory Hospital and London Fashion Week.
Now the products themselves are suitable whether you’re 17 or 70 but obviously there are different ranges for different age groups. There is 30s-40s, 50+ and the range I’ve been trying out, the teens and twenties. Each range has a tailored programme of nutritional supplements designed for your wellbeing.
The Teens to Twenties range contains four tablets which you take daily. There is a tailored multivitamin and mineral tablet which is said to be packed full of vitamins and minerals for virtually all functions of the human body from immune function to muscular and circulatory function. It is also said to provide essential multi nutrients including energy releasing Vitamin B. There is also an Omega 3 tablet which is basically pure fish oil which contains fatty acids to keep healthy levels in our bodies. Then we have the Beauty Capsule, a small tablet said to improve the skin, hair and nails. It contains Silica from Bamboo Extract and Collagen. Finally there is the Vitamin D3 2500iu Tablet. This obviously contains Vitamin D which is great for the bones and the teeth.
Now I’ve been taking these tablets for an entire week now. Normally I am terrible when it comes to remembering to take tablets, especially when there are so many however, the way the packaging is, you simply and very easily tear off the strip of the day you require. I pop it in my makeup bag so I don’t forget and so far I haven’t missed a single day or tablet. In terms of results, it is still early days and these things take time to fully show effect so I can’t honestly say I’ve noticed much improvement to my skin, nails or hair however, I have noticed I’ve been ever so slightly more energetic and have a bit more get up and go. I’m not sure whether it is the tablets, or just a coincidence but I’ve definitely noticed a change.
I have five weeks left of the challenge and I’m really looking forward to seeing what results the tablets may give me. I will be doing a weekly update each Wednesday so if you’re interested in hearing how I get on with the supplements, keep an eye out for my updates. If you do want to purchase the Inner Me Daily 4 Me: The Younger Years for Teen and Twenties tablets, they retail at £14.00 for a month supply and are available to purchase on the Inner Me website and in Holland and Barrett Stores.
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