@Woody1 Absolutely Preparation H has been the youthful regenerating miracle for generations. Put it in a pretty package and then you can charge 50 bucks for it. What did P.T.Barnum say? (well they say he didn’t but you gotta believe)
@eonfifty Good sources of phenylalanine are eggs, chicken, liver, beef, milk, and soybeans. Another common source of phenylalanine is anything sweetened with the artificial sweetener aspartame, such as diet drinks, diet foods and medication; the metabolism of aspartame produces phenylalanine as one of the compound’s metabolites. So why pay $50? Drink a Diet Coke or have they been hoarded as well?
@mike808 Not necessarily. There can be clinical studies on products that prove efficacy that aren’t monitored by the FDA. Generally speaking though, commercial store products have about a 30% efficacy.
Source: I am in the anti-aging industry in private sales and almost want to buy this to do a live comparison of my clinically proven products (with 80-95% efficacy) against these.
I bit this time. I think it’s the old packaging, but this product is usually crazy expensive. Hopefully it will keep my newly 40 year old skin looking like I’m still in my 20’s. I still need to find me a husband, after all.
Well, I’m running low on my current products, so I’ll give this one a whirl. I haven’t been impressed with the ones I’m using. I hope my confirmation code isn’t predictive though: naughty-renewed-mole.