When 3 months worth of Seven Seas Perfect7 Woman* turned up at my door complete with literature talking about how it’s less about age and more about how old you feel, I felt like that was it – the game was over; I was officially old and the best I could do was to embrace the wrinkles and forget trying to look young.
Since nothing short of a face-lift would really tackle the eye wrinkles that had suddenly appeared when I turned 30 (I’m now 32, nearly 33 *faints*) anything that could help me feel young was worth a shot. Indeed, I’d definitely noticed feeling decidedly older after particularly grueling workouts and if I sat in one place for too long, my back didn’t refrain from complaining.
Seven Seas Perfect7 is a unique blend of marine oils, rich in Omega-3, and key vitamins and minerals. The number 7 refers to the 7 main areas the supplement supports: Skin & Nails (zinc), Hair (biotin), Energy (magnesium), Brain (DHA), Vision (vitamin B2), Heart (EPA & DHA) and Hormonal Activity (vitamin B6). For example, one of the external signs of a healthy body is good skin and Perfect7 Woman is designed to provide you with nutrients to help maintain normal skin and nails from the inside. Since I’ve had a particular issue with eczema on my face and inside of elbows, this was good news. My nails could also do with some work.
Perfect7 also contains marine oils to help maintain normal heart and brain function, and vitamins and minerals to help contribute to reducing tiredness and fatigue. Again, a bonus – with these dark evenings and a busy schedule, my body needs an extra energy boost and my overloaded brain would very much love some help. Let’s see what these supplements can do!
It’s always worth reading the instructions on the side of the pack of pills first – for 3 days I didn’t realise that there was a tablet AND capsule to take together each day – I’d only seen the capsule!
I’m going to be taking Perfect7 Woman for a few months and seeing there’s a difference to my energy levels and skin and nails specifically – mainly because that’s where I should be able to see and feel the most difference. My skin is quite dry and dull at the moment so to improve that would be wonderful! At the time of starting it, I was also taking Fish Oil supplements which I’ve since stopped – apparently too many fish oils can be harmful to the body so it’s always wise to check with a doctor if you’re already taking supplements and want to start Perfect7 too.
Stop by in a few months’ time to see how my trial goes.
*Men and women are not the same – especially when it comes to ageing. This is why Seven Seas has developed two distinct formulations for Perfect7 Woman and Perfect7 Man. Perfect7 Man seems to focus less on skin and nails and more on Energy, Muscle, Heart, Brain, Bones, Vision and Metabolism.
This is a sponsored blog post. All opinions are my own.