Big Buzz Flying Around About Organic Bee Pollen

Organic Bee Pollen in FolligenixI’ve done quite a bit of yapping all about how beneficial many of the ingredients that are contained in Folligenix – Mario Diab’s amazing new cosmeceutical – are for your hair. And coming from the lips of the hair pioneer himself, I have yet another timeless quote to share with you all.

“Hair is one of the richest elements about a man or woman,” Diab says. “So why not take care of it like we do with our health and fitness…or in the same way as we do with our fashion and our lifestyle.”

In par with health and fitness, and maintaining that style that you work so hard for, also comes our skin. Healthy skin that glows is tantamount to us looking and feeling our very best every day. It’s not just some unattainable myth. You can indeed net yourself gorgeous and stunning skin, hair and nails – all three combined to be marvelous thanks to the many wonderful ingredients contained within Folligenix.

Today, let’s delve into organic bee pollen, and see what all of the buzz is about…

The benefits of organic bee pollen (Found in Folligenix)

  • Works to rejuvenate and nourish the skin from the inside out, which helps reduce the signs of aging and dry or sagging skin.
  • Is a strong preventative measure against premature aging of the skin because it works to stimulate the skin cells and encourages the growth of fresh, healthy new skin tissue.
  • Organic bee pollen is a potent moisturizer and aids in decreasing the appearances of creases in the skin, dry skin, wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Contains powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties which help to combat and reduce the occurrences and severity of bacterial and fungal infections in the skin.

About Michael Jon Lazar

I am a Growth Hacker at TrueShip shipping software. We make multi-carrier shipping software for FedEx, UPS and USPS. I love technology and am an SEO, PR, social media and content marketing expert.
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