Codeage Skin Probiotic supplement provides 19 strains of probiotics delivering 50 billion CFUs per serving along with vitamin C and botanical herbs.*
19 strains with 50 billion CFUs
Fermented Prebiotic Fibers
Rich in fibers
Fermented Botanical Blend
Triphala, holy basil, ginger extracts & more
Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herbs
From acerola cherry extract
- 1 month supply
- Patented Delayed-Release Capsules (DRCaps™)
- Vegetarian capsules
- Non-GMO & soy-free
- No artificial ingredients or chemicals
- Dairy, peanut, & gluten-free
- Premium quality
- Made in the USA
- Manufactured in a cGMP certified facility
- Adults take two capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage. May be taken with or without food.
Vitamin C (from Acerola Cherry Extract), Proprietary Blend: Indian Frankincense Resin Extract, Camu Camu Powder (Fruit), Phytoceramides, Triphala Extract (Amla Fruit Extract), Holy Basil Extract (Leaf), Indian Elecampane Extract (Root), Fenugreek Extract (Seed), Asparagus (Shoot), Mangosteen Powder (Fruit), Açaí Powder (Berry), Huang Qi Extract (Astragalus propinquus), Ginger Extract (Root), White Peony Extract, Rose Hip Extract; Probiotic Blend (50B CFU): S. boulardii, B. coagulans, L plantarum, L. paracasei, L. rhamnosus, L. casei, B. lactis, B. breve, B. bifidum, L. acidophilus, L. fermentum, L. gasseri, L. helveticus, B.longum, L. johnsonii, L. crispatus, L. bulgaricus, B. subtilis, B. clausii.
*Formulated with 50 Billion CFUs at the time of manufacturing.
Adults take two capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage. May be taken with or without food. CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant, nursing mothers, children under 18 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Please use caution if you have allergies or sensitivities to any of the listed ingredients. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not use if safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool dry place. Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.
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I'm three months into taking this supplement to improve my acne prone skin, and overall, I'm pleased with the improvements I've seen.
I’ve been taking this for about a month now, and I haven’t noticed any significant difference in my skin. I will continue to take it because I consistently like to take probiotics. We’ll see if there’s any noticeable improvement in my acne over more time.
Hi Caroline, Thanks for taking the time to leaving us a review. Codeage Skin Probiotics provides 50 billion CFUs of soil-based organisms and prebiotics contained in a unique and patented Delayed-Release Capsules (DRCaps ™). The formula also includes fermented food and botanicals such as triphala extract, asparagus, camu camu powder, and more. Codeage skin probiotic is a great option if you're looking for a natural alternative. We cannot give a 100% guarantee on the cure of your acne. However, a lot of studied have shown that probiotics could help restore gut imbalances and hence promote skin health. What we eat affects many aspects of health, including our skin. By calming and balancing the flora gut, probiotics can help to soothe skin from within. Still, everyone reacts differently. Our products not considered medication and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and it is always best to consult with your healthcare provider or dermatologist if you're looking for a treatment. If you have any questions or need any help, let us know. We will be happy to assist you. Thank you and take good care. The Codeage Team.
I used this product as I have skin issues link to my hormones. The probiotic worked well but I was expecting more results on my skin. Overall I saw a benefice to use it, so I will give it another try
Hello Jess, Thank you for leaving feedback on your recent Codeage order. Our skin probiotic is a great solution for your gut and skin health. It may take longer for some to see the full benefits of the skin probiotics as everyone is different. We suggest trying it for at least a month, but we are happy to hear that you are seeing great results from taking it! Let us know if you ever have any questions, we are always here to help. Be well, The Codeage Team
It works very well. I wish it came with a larger supply in the bottle. The price is ok but I wish there were more pills inside. This probiotic is the best I’ve taken for skin. I have Rosacea and sun damaged skin and it’s helping tremendously. I’m 58 and I truly love it.