Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet. A balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important.
The beauty drink Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich®, developed by the Viennese doctor DDr. Karl-Georg Heinrich, MD, maintains your beauty from the inside out. In his recipe DDr. Heinrich unites ancient cultural wisdom with current scientific knowledge.
Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Powder allows you to create the flavor of your daily portion of beauty yourself and vary according to your preferences.
Your Daily Dose of Beauty
Skin Regeneration — Collagen, amino acids, hyaluronic acid
Collagen and hyaluronic acid as well as specific amino acids are essential components of our skin and connective tissue. With increasing age our body produces less and less of these important substances. Consequently, our skin won’t regenerate in the same way as young skin does and it loses elasticity and tightness, wrinkles develop.
With Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® you supply your skin with collagen peptides and hyaluronic acid by natural means, as it has been prescribed in traditional Chinese teachings for centuries – through the intake of food!*
Skin and Nails — Other body parts benefit too
Not only will your skin benefit! Hair and nails will get more beautiful, the body’s production of the major fountain of youth hormone HGH will be stimulated, which can together contribute to a rejuvenating effect.*
This is Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Powder
Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Powder contains the components your skin needs to regenerate and remain radiant – a specially blended mix of peptides, amino acids and natural hyaluronic acid. The Beauty Powder is free from sugar as well as artificial sweeteners, flavors, and preservatives.
The application is simple: Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Powder can be mixed either with cold or with warm beverages to create your personal beauty drink. Mix 1 measuring spoonful once a day with a fluid such as soup, fruit juice, drinkable yoghurt, or milk, stir well, and drink.
For best results, we recommend to take in one mixed serving of Perfect Skin by DDr. Heinrich® Beauty Powder daily.
If the skin has already been severely damaged by sunlight and aging, or if the skin problem is caused by hormonal imbalances, additional medical treatments may be advisable. Skin rejuvenation with stem cells, growth factors, or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and Hormonal Regeneration® with bioidentical hormones may be considered.
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